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ALUMNI  CANTABRIGIENSES 

A  BIOGRAPHICAL  LIST  OF  ALL  KNOWN  STUDENTS,  GRADUATES 

AND  HOLDERS  OF  OFFICE  AT  THE  UNIVERSITY  OF  CAMBRIDGE. 

FROM  THE  EARLIEST  TIMES  TO  1900 

COMPILED  BY 

JOHN  VENN,  Sc.D.,  F.R.S.,  F.S.A., 

PRESIDENT  OF  GONVILLE  AND  CAIUS  COLLEGE 

AND 

J.  A.  VENN,  M.A., 

GILBEY  LECTURER  IN  THE  HISTORY  AND 
ECONOMICS  OF  AGRICULTURE 


PART  I 
FROM  THE  EARLIEST  TIMES  TO  1751 

VOLUME  IV 
SAAL— ZUINGLIUS 

WITH  AN  APPENDIX 

CONTAINING  ADDITIONAL  INFORMATION 

RELATIVE  TO  PREVIOUS  VOLUMES 


CAMBRIDGE 

AT  THE  UNIVERSITY  PRESS 

1927 


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PREFACE 

THE  publication  of  this  volume  completes  Part  I  of  the  Alumni;  the  fact  that  it 
contains  fuller  information  than  its  predecessors  (an  average  of  thirty-six  biographies 
to  a  page  as  compared  with  thirty-eight  in  Volume  III,  forty  in  Volume  II,  and  as  many 
as  forty-three  in  Volume  I)  affords  perhaps  a  reasonable  explanation  for  its  somewhat 
delayed  appearance.  The  attention  of  those  consulting  the  work  is  drawn  to  the 
extensive  Appendix  contained  at  the  end,  which  represents  material  kindly  supplied 
by  numerous  readers  of  the  first  Volumes,  whose  names  are  in  most  instances  appended 
to  their  notes.  From  the  compiler's  standpoint  it  is  gratifying  to  record  that  practically 
the  whole  of  this  mass  of  information  consists  of  addenda,  and  that  the  corrigenda 
are  remarkably  few. 

Since  the  inception,  some  eighteen  years  ago,  of  the  entire  scheme  the  possibility 
of  completing  Part  II  (1752-1900)  has,  from  economic  causes,  receded  further  and 
further  into  the  background,  and  work  upon  it  has  been  in  abeyance.  It  is,  therefore, 
exceedingly  gratifying  to  be  able  to  announce  that  the  Syndics  of  the  Press  have,  with 
the  utmost  generosity,  decided  to  provide  the  financial  means  whereby  the  whole 
work  can  now  be  completed.  May  it  be  hoped  that  such  public-spirited  action  will 
result  in  further  support  being  accorded  to  Part  1}  At  the  moment  it  is  impossible 
to  estimate  the  period  of  time  likely  to  elapse  before  Volume  I  of  Part  II  will  be  ready 
for  press,  but  may  this  opportunity  be  seized  of  requesting  readers  to  forward  any  notes 
in  their  possession  relating  to  alumni  who  entered  the  University  subsequent  to  the 
year  1751?  The  assistance  hitherto  received  from  so  many  sources  encourages  the 
belief  that  this  appeal  will  be  well  supported. 

In  addition  to  those  correspondents  previously,  but  inadequately,  thanked  this 
Volume  in  particular  has  benefited  from  the  help  of  the  following:  Mr  F.  C.  Beazley, 
Mr  R.  W.  Goulding,  Mr  A.  Hawley,  Mr  L.  G.  Horton-Smith,  Mr  J.  B.  Leslie, 
Mr  J.  P.  Mander,  Mr  L.  B.  Namier,  Mr  G.  R.  Potter,  the  Rev  F.  D'A.  Ranner,  Mr  H. 
Shove,  Mr  W.  P.  Haskett  Smith,  Mr  P.  E.  Towell,  Mr  Leonard  Whibley,  Captain 
H.  J.  R.  Yardley,  D.S.O.,  M.C. 

To  the  Rev  T.  C.  Dale  is  due  a  measure  of  no  ordinary  gratitude,  for  he  has  now 
added  to  the  heavy  debt  already  owed  him  by  supplying  some  thousands  of  ordinations 
and  institutions  to  livings. 


J.  A.  VENN 


Cambridge, 
October  1st,  1926 


ALUMNI   CANTABRIGIENSES 

FROM  THE   EARLIEST  TIMES  TO    1 75 1 


SAAL,  JOHN.  D.Can.L.  before  1456. 

SABAY, .  B.A.  1529-30- 

SABBE,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1575;  B.A. 

1579-80.   One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  30, 

1580-1,  from  Barnard's  Inn. 
SABBE,  MATTHEW.    Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Caius,  Oct.  26, 

1618.    S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Norfolk.    School,  Tankersley, 

Yorks.  (Mr  Shaw).  Matric.  1618-9;  B.A.  1622-3.  Ord.  priest 

(Norwich)  Feb.  22,  1623.   Licensed  to  teach  grammar,  1623. 

Of  Tunstalli   Suffolk,    1637.     R.   of   Dunningworth,    1638. 

{Venn,  i.  242.) 
SABBS,  EDWARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Mar.  21,  1661-2. 

Matric.  1662. 
SABERY,  CHARLES.  M.A.  1682  {Lit.  Reg.).  Matric.  (St  Alban's 

Hall,  Oxford)   Nov.   13,   1671,  age  16;  B.A.   1675.    R.  of 

Whitchurch,  Hereford,  1679.   V.  of  Tenbury,  Worcs.,  1694. 

{Al.  Oxon.) 
SABINE,  ALURED.   Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  1653.   Of  Kent. 

Matric.  1655.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1657.   Of  Bekes- 

boume,  Kent. 
SABINE,  CHIBBORN  (CHILBORN).    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at 

Trinity,  Dec.  19,  1683.  S.  of  Philip,  of  Witham,  Essex  (and 

Mary,dau.of  Richard  Chilbome).  School,  Halstead.  Matric. 

1683;  Scholar,   1685.    Of  Patricksboume,   Kent.    (Burke, 

Ext.  Bart.) 
SABINE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Feb.  14,  1623-4. 

Matric.   1625;   B.A.  from  St  John's,   1627-8;   M.A.    1631. 

Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  1637.    One  of  these  names, 

M.D.,  had  a  grant  of  arms  in  1663;  he  was  of  Bekesboume, 

Kent.   {Har.ted,  iii.  7i7-) 
SABINE,  JOHN.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  19, 

1730-1.   Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Joseph,  of  Tewin,  Herts,  (for 

whom  see  D.N. B.).  Matric.  1731.  Name  08,1735.  Probably 

brother  of  the  next. 
SABINE,  JOSEPH.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  29, 

1738.  S.  of  Joseph,  of  Tewin,  Herts,  (for  whom  see  D.N.B.). 

School,  Westminster.   Matric.  1738;  Scholar,  1738.   Captain 

in  the  Welsh  Fusiliers.   Killed  at  Fontenoy,  i745-   Probably 

brother  of  John  (above).   {Clutterbuck,  11.  229.) 
SABRIDGEWORTH,  THOMAS.   Adm.  scholar  at  King's  Hall, 

Nov.  15,  1369. 
SACAR,  JOHN,  see  SAGAR. 
SACHELL   or   SATCHELL,    JOHN.     Adm.   sizar   (age    18)    at 

Christ's,  May  16,  1660.  S.  of  Simon  (below).  B.  at  Bleasby, 

Notts.  School,  Repton.  Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1663;  M.A.  1667. 

Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669. 
SACHELL  or  SATCHELL,  SIMON.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 

Easter,    1618;    B.A.   from   Clare,    1621-2;    M.A.    1626,    as 

Zachel.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21,  1623;  priest.  May  23, 

1624.    Doubtless  V.  of  Bleasby,  Notts.,  and  father  of  John 

(above). 
SACHEVERELL,    ANTHONY.     Matric.    pens,    from    Trinity, 

Easter,  1571.  Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Ralph,  of  Staunton,  Notts. 

B.A.  1575-6.   Brother  of  William  (1571)-   {Nichols,  iii.  394.) 
SACHEVERELL,  FERDINANDO.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at 

St  John's,  Apr.  i,  1647.    2nd  s.  of  Ferdinando,  Esq.,  of 

Coventry,  Warws.  (and  Lucy,  dau.  of  Sir  Henry  Hastings, 

of  Leicester  Abbey),  and  nephew  of  Manfred  (1612).  B.  there. 

Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  16,  1642.  Of  Old  Hays,  Ratby, 
Leics.  Married  Mrs  Susannah  Ferryman  at  Kirby  Muxloe, 
Leics.,  Oct.  2,  1656.  {Nichols,  in.  509.) 
SACHEVERELL,  HENRY.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel, 
Dec.  9,  1587.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Henry,  of  RadcUffe-upon- 
Soar,  Notts,  (and  Jane,  widow  of  German  Ireton).  Matric. 
1588.  Of  Radcliffe-upon-Soar.  Age  37  in  1608.  {Nichols, 
III.  220.) 
SACHEVERELL,  HENRY.  D.D.  1714  (Incorp.  from  Magdalen 
College,  Oxford).  Matric.  there,  Aug.  28,  1689,  age  15.  S.  of 
Joshua  (1664),  of  Marlborough,  Wilts.,  clerk.  School, 
Winchester.   B.A.  (0.\ford)  1693;  M.A.  1696;  B.D.  1707-8; 

V.A.C.  IV, 


D.D.  1708.  Fellow  of  Magdalen,  1701-13.  V.  of  Cannock, 
Staffs.  Chaplain  of  St  Saviour's,  Southwark,  1705.  Famous 
political  preacher.  Advocated  the  High  Church  and  Tory 
cause  both  in  sermons  and  pamphlets.  Impeached  by  the 
House  of  Commons  for  two  sermons  favouring  non-resistance 
and  condemning  toleration;  found  guilty  and  suspended 
from  preaching  for  three  years,  1710;  great  popular  demon- 
stration in  his  favour.  R.  of  Selattyn,  Salop,  1710-3.  R.  of 
St  Andrew's,  Holbom,  1713-24.  Died  at  Highgate,  June  5, 
1724.  Buried  in  St  Andrew's,  Holbom.  M.I.  Will,  P.C.C. 
{Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.;  Nichols,  in.  511.) 

SACHEVERELL  or  ZACHEVERELL,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from 
St  John's,  Michs.  1567. 

SACHEVERILL,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1626.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Leicester,  Confrater 
of  Wigston's  Hospital.  Bapt.  Feb.  28,  1610,  at  St  Martin's, 
Leicester.  Died  Mar.  6,  1636.   {Nichols,  in.  220.) 

SACHEVERILLE,  JOSHUA.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's, 
June  2,  1664.  S.  of  John,  R.  of  Rimpton,  Somerset  (for  whom 
see  Al.  Oxon.).  B.A.  1667-8.  R.  of  St  Peter's,  Marlborough, 
Wilts.  Preb.  of  Sarum,  1677-85.  Living,  1711.  Father  of 
Henry  (1714).   {Nicliols,  in.  510.) 

SACHEVERILL,  MANFRED.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Mag- 
dalene, Michs.  1612.  Doubtless  natural  s.  of  Henry 
of  Morley  and  Hopwell,  Derbs.  (by  Elizabeth  Keyes).  Of 
Old  Hays,  Ratby,  Leics.,  Esq.  Died  Mar.  3,  1615,  aged  22. 
Buried  at  Ratby.  M.I.   (iVtcAo/s,  in.  509;  iv.  884.) 

SACHAVEREL,  ROBERT.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Trinity, 
Sept.  16,  1687.  S.  of  William,  of  Barton,  Notts,  (for  whom 
see  D.N.B.).  B.  1669,  at  Morley,  Derbs.  School,  Derby 
(Mr  Samuel  Ogden).  Matric.  1688.  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  Jan.  29,  1689.  M.P.  for  Nottingham,  1699-1700, 
1701-2,  1705-8  and  1710-14.  Of  Barton,  Esq.  Married 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Harvey  Staunton,  of  Staunton,  Notts., 
Esq.  Died  Dec.  10,  1714.  (Le  Neve,  Man.;  Nichols,  ni.  394-) 

SACHEVERELL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs. 
1570.  School,  Winchester;  of  Saddington,  Leics.  Migrated 
to  Oxford.  Matric.  (Hart  Hall,  Oxford)  1572,  age  17;  LL.B. 
1579.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Dover)  Mar.  25,  1584.  V. 
of  Eynsham,  Oxon.,  1585.  C.  of  St  Nicholas,  Leicester,  in 
1613.  V.  of  St  Martin's,  Leicester.  Buried  there  Dec.  1,  1626. 
WiU  (P.C.C.)  1627.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SACHEVERELL  or  ZACHEVERELL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens, 
from  Trinity,  Easter,  1571.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Ralph, 
of  Staunton,  Notts.  B.  1555.  Of  Barton.  Married  Tabitha, 
dau.  of  James  Spenser,  of  Alvaston.  Died  1616.  Brother  of 
Anthony  (1571). 

SACHEVEREL, .  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1548. 

SACKER,  see  also  SECKER. 

SACKER,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  c.  1590. 
Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1594-5;  M.A.  1598.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Peterb.)  June  13,  1595.  R.  of  Little  Bradley,  Suffolk, 
1598-1606.  V.  of  Haverhill,  1607-15.  V.  of  Cockerington, 
Lines.,  1621-41.  Probably  P.C.  of  Bury,  Hunts.,  1636-40. 
P.C.  of  St  Peter,  Upwood,  and  Great  Raveley,  Hunts.,  till 
1647.  Died  Apr.  1647.  Will  dated,  Apr.  4;  proved,  Apr.  17, 
1647. 

SACKETT,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  27, 
1658.  3rd  s.  of  John  (next),  clerk.  B.  at  Mongeham,  Kent. 
Schools,  Sutton  (Mr  Thomas  Brett)  and  Sleaford  (Mr  Thomas 
Gibson).  Matric.  1658;  B.A.  1661-2;  M.A.  1665.  Ord.  priest 
(Lincoln)  June  6,  1669.  Brother  of  John  (1647). 

SACKETT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  May  20,  1614.  Doubt- 
less s.  of  John,  gent.  B.  in  the  Isle  of  Thanet.  Matric.  1614; 
B.A.  1617-8;  U.A.  1621 ;  B.D.  1628.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1622. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  12,  1619-20,  age  27;  priest 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1621.  Probably  C.  of  Heme,  Kent,  in 
1624.  R.  of  Betteshanger,  1626-8.  R.  of  Gt  Mongeham, 
1628-64.  R.  of  Eastbridge,  1628-46.  Master  of  Eastbridge 
Hospital,  Canterbury.  Died  .A^ug.  24,  1664.  Buried  at  Gt 
Mongeham.  Probably  brother  of  Stephen  (1621);  father  of 
George  (above)  and  of  the  next.  {Hasted,  iv.  140,  630.) 


Sackett,  John 

SACKETT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  July  6,  1647-  S.  of 
John  (above),  clerk.  B.  at  Mongeham,  Kent.  Schoolsj 
Sutton,  Canterbury  and  Merchant  Taylors',  London.  Matric. 
1647;  B.A.  1650-1;  M.A.  1654.  Brother  of  George  (1658). 

SACKETTE,  JOHN.  Matric.  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1686. 
Of  Canterbury.  S.  of  Nathaniel,  gent.,  and  grandson  of 
John  (1614).  School,  King's,  Canterbury.  Adm.  at  Corpus 
Christi,  1688;  B.A.  1690-1;  M.A.  1694-  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Feb.  12,  1692-3;  priest  (London)  Mar.  8,  1695-6.  V.  of 
Folkestone,  1699-1753-  R-  of  Hawking,  Kent,  i7i3-53-  V. 
of  West  Hythe,  1732-53.  Master  of  Eastbridge  Hospital, 
Canterbury,  1746-53.  Married  Margaret  Tempest,  of 
Patricksboume,  Kent,  spinster,  Oct.  24,  1702.  Antiquary 
and  poet.  Died  Jan.  29,  1753.  (G.  Mag.;  Masters;  Hasted, 
IV.  631.) 

SACKETT,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  June  20, 
1621.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  St  Peter's,  Isle  of  Thanet. 
School,  St  John's,  Isle  of  Thanet.  Matric.  1621;  B.A. 
1624-5;  M..-^.  1628.  V.  of  Blean,  Kent,  1632-79.  V.  of 
West  Hythe,  1633-79.  Died  1679.  Probably  brother  of 
John  (1614). 

SACKFORD  or  SECKFORD,  CHARLES.  Matric.  pens,  from 
Trinity,  Michs.  1562.  S.  of  Francis,  of  Seckford  HaU, 
Suffolk(andEleanor,dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Newbury).  B.  1551. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1567.  A  member  of  the  Queen's  house- 
hold, 1575.  Buried  at  Woodbridge,  Feb.  20,  1591-2.  Will, 
P.C.C.  Father  of  Thomas  (i597). 

SACKFORD,  HENRY.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Corpus  Christi, 
c.  1597.  Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  Sir  Thomas,  of  Seckford  HaU, 
Suffolk.  M.A.  1607.  Knighted,  May  11,  1603.  Married 
Dorothy,  dau.  of  Sir  Henry  North.   Died  1638. 

SACKFORD  or  SECKFORD,  THOMAS.  Studied  at  Cambridge. 
2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Seckford  Hall,  Suffolk.  B.  c.  1515. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1540.  Barrister,  1542.  Lent  Reader, 
1556.  Master  of  Requests,  1557.  One  of  the  commissioners 
for  causes  ecclesiastical,  in  1570.  M.P.  for  Ipswich,  1572-83. 
A  munificent  benefactor  to  Woodbridge,  Suffolk.  Buried 
there  Jan.  15,  1587-8.   (Cooper,  11.  18;  D.N.B.) 

SACKFORD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Gonville  Hall, 
Easter,  1544.  Probably  7th  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Seckford  HaU, 
Suffolk. 

SACKFORD  or  SECKFORD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from 
Corpus  Christi,  c.  1597.  Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  Charles  (1562). 
B.  at  Seckford  HaU,  Suffolk,  1582.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Apr.  21,  1600.  Knighted,  Mar.  1607-8;  of  Bedfordshire. 
Buried  at  Woodbridge,  Aug.  12,  1610.  Father  of  the 
next. 

SACKFORD,  THOMAS.  Of  Trinity.  S.  of  Thomas  (above). 
B.  at  Seckford  HaU,  Suffolk,  1608.  Died  in  CoUege.  Buried 
there,  1624. 

SACKVILLE,  see  also  SAVILE. 

SACKVILLE,  EDWARD.  M.A.  1612  (fil.  nob.).  S.  of  Robert, 
Baron  Buckhurst,  and  2nd  Earl  of  Dorset.  B.  in  London, 
1590.  Matric.  (Christ  Church,  Oxford)  July  26,  1605,  age  15. 
K.B.,  1616.  M.P.  for  Sussex,  1620-22.  Governor  of  the 
Bermuda  Islands  Co.,  1623.  Succeeded  his  brother  Richard 
as  4th  Earl  of  Dorset,  Mar.  28,  1624.  K.G.,  1625.  Privy 
CounciUor,  1626.  Lord  Commissioner  of  the  Admiralty, 
1628-35.  Lord  Chamberlain  of  the  King's  household  at 
Oxford,  1644-6.  Keeper  of  the  Privy  Seal  and  President  of 
the  Council,  1644-6.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  George 
Curzon,  of  Croxhall,  Derbs.  Died  July  17,  1652.  Buried  at 
Withyham,  Sussex.   {Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.;  G.E.C.) 

SACKVILLE  or  SECHEVILL,  JOHN  DE.  'King's  Scholar'  at 
Cambridge,  1329. 

SACKVILLE,  RICHARD.  Educated  at  Cambridge.  S.  of  John, 
of  Chiddingley,  Sussex.  Afterwards  of  Gray's  Inn,  barrister. 
Lent  Reader  in  1529.  M.P.  for  Arundel,  1529-36;  for 
Chichester,  1547-52;  for  Portsmouth,  1554;  for  Sussex,  1559 
and  1562-6.  Knighted,  1548-9.  ChanceUor  of  the  Court  of 
Augmentations,  1548.  ChanceUor  of  the  Exchequer,  1559-66. 
Governor  of  the  Inner  Temple.  Married  Winifred,  dau.  of 
Sir  John  Bruges,  Lord  Mayor  of  London.  Died  Apr.  21,  1566. 
Buried  at  Withyham,  Sussex.  Father  of  Thomas.  {Cooper, 
1.241;  D.N.B.) 

SACKVIL,  RICHARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  May  2, 
1663.  3rd  s.  of  Richard,  5th  Earl  of  Dorset,  and  grandson 
of  Edward  (1612).  B.  Apr.  30,  1646.  Matric.  1663.  Adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  June  19,  1663.  Died  1712.  {Collins,  11. 
169.) 

SACKVILLE,  SAMUEL.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1605.  S.  of 
William,  of  HaUfax,  Yorks.  B.  at  Dorking,  Surrey.  B.A. 
1607-8;  M.A.  i6ii;  B.D.  1619.  FeUow,  1610.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1619.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  22,  1611,  age  25; 
priest,  Dec.  18,  1613.  R.  of  Hatfield  Broad  Oak,  Essex, 
1617-9.  V.  of  Bottisham,  Cambs.,  1620.  V.  of  Blythe, 
Notts.,   1621.    V.  of  Trumpington,  Cambs.,  1622.    V.  of 


Sadler,  John 

Kirkby  Lonsdale,  Westmorland,  1624-37.  V.  of  Marsworth, 
Bucks.,  c.  1636-43;  Sackfield.  Died  1643.  (Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1612;  Al.  Oxon.;  Lipscomb,  in.  412;  Nightingale,  loio.) 

SACKVILLE,  THOMAS.  Created  M.A.  1571.  S.  of  Sir  Richard, 
Chancellor  of  the  Exchequer.  B.  at  Buckhurst,  Sussex. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1592.  Assigned  to  St  John's,  Cambridge 
and  Hart  Hall,  Oxford.  A  student  of  the  Inner  Temple,  1555. 
Barrister  of  the  Inner  Temple.  M.P.  for  Westmorland,  1558; 
for  East  Grinstead,  1559;  for  Aylesbury,  1563-7.  Knighted 
and  created  Baron  Buckhurst,  June  8,  1567.  K.G.,  1589. 
ChanceUor  of  Oxford  University,  1591-1608.  Lord  High  Trea- 
surer, 1599-1608.  Privy  CounciUor.  Created  Earl  of  Dorset, 
Mar.  13,  1603-4.  Married  Cicely,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Baker,  of 
Sissinghurst,  Kent,  in  1555.  Poet;  ooUaborated  with  Thomas 
Norton  in  the  production  of  The  Tragedy  of  Gorboduc,  the 
first  English  tragedy  in  blank  verse.  Died  Apr.  19,  1608, 
aged  81  (sic).  Buried  at  Withyham.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1609. 
(Cooper,  II.  484;  Al.  Oxon.;  G.E.C;  D.N.B.) 

SADD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1619.  Matric. 
1619. 

SADD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1672.  Of 
Norfolk.   Matric.  Easter,  1674. 

SADD  or  SADE,  WILLIAM.  B.Can.L.  1513-4-  Perhaps  V.  of 
Boxted,  Essex,  1513-31.  Died  1531. 

SADLER,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  July  28, 
1620.  S.  of  Rowland,  of  St  Nicholas  Aeon,  London,  haber- 
dasher and  vintner  (wiU  (P.C.C.)  1647).  Matric.  1620;  B.A. 
1623;  M.A.  1627.  V.  of  West  Thurrock,  Essex,  1628-43. 
Died  May  19,  1643.  See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary. 
(T.A.  Walker,  17.) 

SADLER,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  1,  1707. 
Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  1707.  Died  Oct.  23,  i754-   (G.  Mag.) 

SADLER,  EDWARD.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Trinity  Hall, 
Easter,  1554.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  Ralph,  of  Standon,  Herts.,  Knt. 
Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  1555.  Of  Temple  Dinsley, 
Herts.,  and  Aspley  Guise,  Beds.,  Esq.  Married  Anne,  dau. 
of  Sir  Richard  Lee,  of  SopweU,  Herts.,  Knt.  Died  v.p., 
Apr.  4,  1584.  Buried  at  Aspley  Guise.  Brother  of  Henry 
(1557-8)  and  Thomas  (1554).  (T.  U.  Sadleir;  Vis.  of  Herts.; 
Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

SADLER  or  SADLEIR,  EDWARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity, 
Sept.  14,  1652.  2nd  s.  of  Robert,  of  SopweU,  Herts.,  gent. 
Bapt.  Mar.  14,  1632-3,  at  Standon.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
June  14,  1651.  Buried  at  St  Peter's,  St  Albans,  Jime  6, 
1669.  Brother  of  Robert  (1650).  (T.  U.  Sadleir;  Clutterbuck, 
III.  229.) 

SADLER,  Sir  EDWIN,  Bart.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Corpus 
Christi,  1683.  Of  Temple  Dinsley,  Herts.,  and  Aspley  Guise, 
Beds.  3rds.  of  Sir  Edwin,  Bart.,  of  Temple  Dinsley.  Matric.  c. 
1683.  Succeeded  as  2nd  Bart.,  July,  1672.  Sold  the  estate 
of  Temple  Diasley,  in  1712,  to  Benedict  ItheU.  Author, 
History  of  the  Jacobites  of  Egypt;  History  of  the  Cophts. 
Died  July  14,  1719,  s.p.  M.I.  at  Aspley  Guise.  It  was  his 
wife,  vridow  of  Dr  WiUiam  Croone  (1647)  who  founded  the 
'Sadleirian  Lectures,'  and  left  lands  to  the  R.C.P.  (Le  Neve, 
Mon.;  T.  U.  Sadleir;  G.E.C,  in.  237.) 

SADLER,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1585;  B.A.  1588-9. 

SADLER,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1573- 
One  of  these  names  of  Hovingham,  Yorks.,  clerk;  wiU  (York) 
1626. 

SADLER,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Gonville  Hall,  Lent, 
1557-8.  Of  Everley,  WUts.,  and  Hungerford  Lodge,  Berks. 
3rd  s.  of  Sir  Ralph,  of  Standon,  Herts.,  Knt.  M.P.  for 
Lancaster,  1571,  1572-83,  1584-7-  Clerk  of  the  Hanaper, 
1572-1604.  HighSheriffof  Wilts.,  1595.  Married  (1)  Dorothy 
GUbert,  of  Everley,  WUts.;  (2)  Ursula,  dau.  of  John  GiU,  of 
Widial,  Herts.  Died  Mar.  17,  1618,  aged  80.  M.I.  in  Hunger- 
ford  Church.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1554)  and  Edward  (1554). 
(T.  U.  Sadleir;  Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634;  Clutterbuck,  in.  229.) 

SADLER,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1707- 

SADLER,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  31,  1701-2. 
Of  Middlesex.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Ebenezer,  of  St  Martin- 
in-the-Fields.  Matric.  1702;  B.A.  1705-6.  Probably  adm. 
at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  17,  1703-4-  CaUed  to  the  Bar, 
1710. 

SADLER,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1717- 

SADLER,  JOHN.  Perhaps  scholar  of  Christ's,  1536.  B.A. 
(?  from  Corpus  Christi)  1537-8;  M.A.  1540.  FeUow  of  Jesus, 
1539-46.  Original  FeUow  of  Trinity  CoUege,  1546.  R.  of 
Sudborough,  Northants.,  1568-84.  Published  translations 
from  Flavius  Vegetius  Renatus.  Died  c.  1595.  (Cooper,  11. 
203;  D.N.B.) 

SADLER,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Aug.  23,  1538.  Of  Whitacre,  Warws.  B.A.  1542-3;  M.A. 
1547.  FeUow,  1541-57.  R.of  Dunton  Waylett,  Essex,  1556- 
64.  Died  1564. 


Sadler,  John 

SADLER,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1564. 

SADLER,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1598.  B.  at 
Worfield,  Salop.  B.A.  1601-2;  M.A.  1605.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Dec.  20,  1607,  age  25;  'Tutor  in  the  family  of 
Sir  Geo.  Coppin';  priest,  Sept.  24,  1608.  V.  of  Patcham, 
Sussex,  1608.  V.  of  Ringmer,  1627-40.  Married  Mary 
Fenner,  widow  of  Edward  Fanner,  late  of  Aubotime,  Sussex, 
May  12,  16x3.  (His  daughter  Ann  married  John  Harvard, 
in  1636.)  Buried  at  Ringmer,  Oct.  3,  1640.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1640.   Father  of  John  (1630).   (W.  C.  Renshaw.) 

SADLER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  1619.  S.  of 
Nicholas,  merchant,  of  Norwich.  Schools,  Hadley  (Mr 
Turner),  Middlesex,  and  Norwich  (Mr  Thornton).  Matric. 
Easter,  1620;  Scholar,  1620-2. 

SADLER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  13,  1630. 
Of  Sussex.  S.  of  John  (1598).  B.  Aug.  iS,  1615.  Matric. 
1631;  B.A.  1634;  M.A.  1638.  Fellow,  1639.  Master  of 
Magdalene,  1650-60.  Of  Lincoln's  Inn.  Master  in  Chancery, 
1644-56.  Bencher,  1654.  Master  of  Requests.  Town  clerk 
of  London,  1649-60.  A  member  of  the  Council  of  State, 
1653.  M.P.  for  Cambs.,  1653;  and  for  Yarmouth  (Isle  of 
Wight),  1659.  Lost  his  offices,  1660.  Retired  to  Warmwell. 
Married  Jane,  dau.  of  John  Trenchard,  of  Warmwell,  Dorset, 
Esq.,  Sept.  9,  1645.  Author,  historical.  Died  at  Warmwell, 
Apr.  1674.   {D.N.B.;  Mag.  Coll.  Hist.,  115.) 

SADLER,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1631. 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  23,  1632. 

SADLER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  29, 1718. 
S.  of  John,  of  London.  School,  St  Paul's. 

SADLER,  RALPH.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Mar.  3, 
1596-7.  Of  Standon  Lordship,  Herts.  Only  s.  of  Sir  Thomas 
(1554),  of  Standon,  Herts.  B.  1581.  High  Sheriff  for  Herts., 
1609.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  Edward  Coke,  L.C.J. ,  who 
on  his  death,  presented  books  to  Trinity  library.  Died  s.p., 
Feb.  12,  1660.  He  is  the  'Noble  Mr  Sadleir'  of  Walton's 
Angler.  {Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634;  Cussans,  i.  170;  T.  U.  Sadleir.) 

SADLER,  REGINALD.  B.Can.L.  1519-20.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Shopland,  Essex,  1544. 

SADLER,  RICHARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Peterhouse, 
Easter,  1549.  Natural  son  of  Sir  Ralph  Sadleir,  of  Standon, 
Herts.  Of  Renningsley,  Herts.,  Esq.  Author,  De  procrandis 
...equis  experieniia  (London,  1587);  in  the  preface  to  which 
he  thanks  his  father  for  the  education  he  had  given  him  in 
Cambridge,  Pavia  and  Germany.  Died  at  Standon,  c.  161 1. 
M.I.  there.   [Clutterbuck,  in.  238;  T.  U.  Sadleir.) 

SADLER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  30,  1636. 
B.  in  Worcester,  c.  1620.  Matric.  1637.  Went  with  his 
parents  to  New  England  in  1638,  who  settled  at  Lynn,  Mass. 
Returned  to  England.  'Ordained'  in  Whixall  Chapel,  Salop, 
May  10,  1648.  Lecturer  at  Ludlow;  ejected,  1662.  Retired 
to  Whixall  and  died  there  in  1675.  aged  55.  [Calamy,  11. 
328;  J.  G.  Bartlett.) 

SADLER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Oct.  15, 
1657.  S.  of  Samuel,  weaver,  of  Norwich.  B.  there.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Lovering).  Matric.  1657;  B.A.  1661-2.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Nov.  10,  1661;  priest.  Mar.  6,  1663-4. 
R.  of  Elmham  All  Saints'  and  St  Nicholas,  Suffolk,  1664. 
R.  of  St  James',  South  Elmham,  1665-83.  Admon.  Nov.  20, 
1683,  to  relict  Dorothy,  at  Ipswich.   {Venn,  i.  400.) 

SADLEIR,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  22,  1650. 
S.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Sopwell,  Herts.,  Esq.  Bapt.  Feb.  9, 
1631-2,  at  Standon.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  24,  1650. 
Buried  at  St  Peter's,  St  Albans,  June  17,  1652.  Brother  of 
Edward  (1652).   (T.  U.  Sadleir;  Clutterbuck,  in.  229.) 

SADLER,  THEODORE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1566.  One  of  these  names  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Fillongley, 
Warws.   (Vis.  ofW  arms.,  i()i<j.) 

SADLER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  II,  1523.  Of  Over,  Cambs.  Fellow,  1526-7.  No 
degree  recorded.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  Apr.  6;  priest, 
Apr.  20,  1527. 

SADLER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity  Hall, 
Easter,  1554.  Of  Standon,  Herts.,  Esq.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir 
Ralph,  of  Standon,  Knt.  B.  c.  1536.  M.P.  for  Lancaster, 
1572-83.  High  Sheriff  of  Herts.,  1588,  1595-6.  Knighted 
by  James  I,  when  entertained  at  Standon,  1603.  Married 
(i)  Ursula,  dau.  of  Sir  Henry  Sherington,  of  Lacock,  Wilts.; 
(2)  Gertrude,  dau.  of  Robert  Markham,  of  Cotham,  Notts. 
Died  Jan.  5,  1606-7.  M.I.  at  Standon.  Brother  of  Edward 
(1554)  and  Henry  (1557-8),  father  of  Ralph  (1596-7)- 
(T.  U.  Sadleir;  X^is.  of  Beds.,  1634;  Clutterbuck,  iii.  229.) 

SADLER,  THOMAS  LEE  (or  LEIGH).  Matric.  pens,  from 
Queens',  Easter,  1605.  S.  and  h.  of  Lee  Sadler,  of  Aspley 
Guise,  Beds.,  and  Temple  Dinsley,  Herts.,  Esq.,  and  grand- 


Sagar,  John 

son  of  Edward  (1554).  B.  1587.  B.A.  1608-9.  Of  the  Inner 
Temple  and  Aspley  Guise,  Esq.  Serjeant  of  Laws  and 
Justice  of  Quorum  for  Beds.  Much  esteemed  for  his  profound 
learning.  Married  Frances,  dau.  of  Francis  Bury,  of 
Beckening  Park,  Beds.,  Mar.  15,  1612-3.  Died  1658,  aged  70. 
(This  is  the  date  given  in  G.E.C.,  iii.  237,  and  by  F.  Sadleir 
Stoney;  other  authorities  assume,  with  more  probability, 
that  he  was  the  Thomas  Sadler,  Esq.  buried  at  Aspley,  Dec. 
23, 1644,  as  recorded  in  Geneal.  Bedford.)  Father  of  the  next. 
{Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634;  T.  U.  Sadleir;  Scott's  State  Papers  of 
Sir  Ralph  Sadleir;  Clutterbuck,  in.  28.) 

SADLER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1637. 
S.  and  h.  of  Thomas  Lee  (above),  of  Temple  Dinsley,  Herts., 
and  Aspley  Guise,  Beds.,  Esq.  B.  1619.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
May  4,  1638.  Died  v.p.  and  s.p.,  1639.  Buried  Nov.  10,  1639, 
at  Aspley  Guise.  (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634; 
T.  U.  Sadleir.) 

SADLER,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1544. 

SADLER,  .    Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1544- 

SADLINGTON,  MARK.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter, 
1578.  Migrated  to  Peterhouse,  May  7,  1580.  B.A.  1580-1; 
M.A.  1584.  FeUow  of  Peterhouse,  1584-90.  Recommended 
by  Sir  Francis  Walsingham  for  master  of  Colchester  Grammar 
School.  Master  of  St  Olave's  School,  London,  1591-4-  P-C 
of  All  Hallows-the-Less,  1594-7-  R-  of  Holy  Trinity,  Guild- 
ford, Surrey,  1599-1633.  V.  of  Sunbury,  Middlesex,  1603-47. 
Some  historical  writings  have  been  attributed  to  him. 
Buried  at  Sunbury,  Apr.  27,  1647.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  granted 
to  his  widow,  Jane,  May  4,  1647.  (Peile,  i.  146;  D.N.B.; 
Cooper,  II.  385.) 

SADLINGTON,  RALPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse, 
Michs.  1586.  Of  Norwich.  Notary  Public.  Died  Mar.  6, 
1601,  aged  30.  M.I.  in  Norwich  Cathedral.  {Blomtfield,  11. 
500.) 

SADLYNGTON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter, 
1561;  B.A.  1566-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln);  priest  (Ely) 
Dec.  21,  1569,  age  26.  R.  of  Hessett,  Suffolk,  1574-  R-  of 
St  Mary-in-the-Marsh,  Norwich,  1579-  R-  of  Fehningham, 
Norfolk,  1584-1604.  R.  of  Pakefield,  Suffolk,  1604-16. 

SADLYNGTON,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter, 
1565. 

SADLINGTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Michs.  1598;  B.A.  1601-2.  V.  of  Horsey,  Norfolk,  1609-15. 
Perhaps  R.  of  St  Peter,  Southgate,  Norwich,  1623. 

SADLINGTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1697.  Of 
Nottinghamshire.  B.A.  1701-2,  according  to  Masters. 

SAES,  WILLIAM,  see  SAYCE. 

SAFFERY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Oct. 
30,  1716.  S.  of  Henry,  maltster,  of  Norfolk.  B.  at  Downham 
Market.  School,  Norwich  (Mr  Pate).  Matric.  1716;  B.A. 
1720-1. 

SAFFORD,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse, 
1603-4;  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  1611.  R.  of  Enmore,  Somerset, 
1613-39.  Died  1639.  His  three  sons  graduated  from  New 
Inn  Hall,  Oxford. 

SAFFORD,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Jan.  29, 
1745-50.  S.  of  James,  of  Ipswich,  Suffolk.  School,  Stow- 
market  (Mr  Aldrick).  Matric.  1750;  B.A.  i755-  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  July,  1755;  priest,  Sept.  1757-  V.  of  Mettingham, 
Suffolk,  1758-1805. 

SAGAR,  see  also  SEAGAR. 

SAGAR,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  28, 
1653.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman,  of  Ightenhill-in-Whalley, 
Lanes.  Bapt.  Jan.  24,  1635-6,  at  Burnley.  School,  Burnley 
(MrAspden).  Matric.  1653;  B.A.  1657.  Master  of  Blackburn 
Grammar  School,  165&-65.  Licensed  as  a  Presbyterian 
teacher  at  Blackburn,  Feb.  1672-3.  Nonconformist  minister 
at  Walmsley  and  at  Darwen,  1687-97.  Married  Isabel,  dau. 
of  Henry  Astly,  of  Blackburn,  Nov.  11,  1663.  Buried  at 
Blackburn,  Feb.  17,  1697-8.   (E.  Axon.) 

SAGAR,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  18,  1618. 
Matric.  1618.  Perhaps  migrated  to  Oxford  and  matric.  (Hart 
Hall)  Nov.  16,  1621,  age  21;  of  Lancashire. 

SAGAR  or  SEGAR,  JEREMIAH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's, 
Feb.  11,  1658-9.  S.  of  lames.  B.  at  Northallerton,  Vorks. 
School,  Northallerton.  "Matric.  1659;  B.A.  1662-3.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (York)  Sept.  1663;  'C.  of  Bradford.'  V.  of 
Dewsbury,  1665.  Died  July  11,  1665.  (Peile,  i.  583;  J.  B. 
Greenwood,  Dewsbury,  163.) 

SAGAR,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1555-  One 
of  these  names  R.  of  Trimlcy  St  Mary,  Suffolk,  1580-1606. 

SAGAR  or  SACAR,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Sx  John's, 
c.  1593. 

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Sagar,  Joseph 

SAGAR,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1722.  Doubtless  s.  of  Joshua,  presbyterian  minister 
of  New  Chapel,  Wakefield  (and  Baptista,  dau.  of  Captain 
Joseph  Poole,  of  Pontefract  and  of  Wakefield).  B.  in 
Yorkshire,  1694.  M.A.  1723  {Lit.  Reg.).  Educated  for  the 
Dissenting  Ministry;  conformed  and  became  chaplain  to 
Bishop  Hoadly.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  13,  1719-20.  V.  of 
North  Tidworth,  and  R.  of  Homerton,  Wilts.  Canon 
residentiary  of  SaUsbury,  1724-57;  preb.,  1726-57;  Arch- 
deacon of  Salisbury,  1727-32-  Married  Mary,  dau.  of 
Edward  Hearst,  Esq.,  of  Salisbury.  Died  July  18,  1757- 
Buried  in  SaUsbur>'  Cathedral.   {F.M.G.,  148.) 

SAGAR,  JOSHUA.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1681.  S.  of 
John,  of  Bradford,  Yorks.  Bapt.  Jan.  6,  1655.  B.A.  1681-2. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1690;  priest,  Sept.  1692.  Probably 
R.  of  Nuthall,  Notts.,  1694.  (Peiie,  11.  85,  where  he  is  con- 
fused with  the  Wakefield  presbyterian  of  these  names,  who 
was  s.  of  Charles  (1653)  and  always  a  nonconformist.) 

SAGAR,  OTIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1575- 

SAGE,  ELISHA.  Adm.pens.at  Pembroke,  Apr.  7,  1676.  S.  of 
George,  of  Bishop's  N>Tnpton,  Devon.  Matric.  (New  Inn 
Hall,  Oxford)  Apr.  7,  1674,  age  18. 

SAGE,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1588. 
S.  of  William  (1562).  Bapt.  at  Toddington,  Beds.,  Nov.  20, 
1573.  B.A.  1592-3;  M.A.  1595.  Conduct  at  King's,  1595-8. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Apr.  5,  1595.  V.  of  Brickhill  parva, 
Bucks.,  1598-1602.  V.  of  Dedham,  Essex,  1605-15.  R.  of 
Layham,  Sufiolk,  1614. 

SAGE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1569. 

SAGE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Feb.  6,  1561-2. 
Matric.  1562;  Scholar,  1563;  B.A.  1564-5;  M.A.  from 
Pembroke,  1568.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  c.  1568.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  Dec.  19,  1563;  priest,  Nov.  5,  1564.  Minister  of  Little 
St  Mary's,  Cambridge,  1564-5.  University  preacher,  1569. 
R.  of  St  Andrew  Wardrobe,  London,  1570-4-  R-  of  Todding- 
ton, Beds.,  1573-98.  Buried  there  Aug.  7,  1598.  Father  of 
Henry  (1588).   (T.  A.  Walker.) 

SAGGE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1612;  B.A. 
1614-5;  M.A.  1618.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1622;  priest. 
Mar.  1625-6.  One  John  Sage  was  master  of  the  Grammar 
School,  Houghton-le-Spring,  Durham,  1 632-9. 

SAGG,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  16, 
1679-80.  S.  of  William,  woollendraper,  of  Hedon-in-Holder- 
ness,  Yorks.  B.  there.  Schools,  Burstwick  (private)  and 
Beverley.  Matric.  1680.  Migrated  to  Sidney,  June  12,  1680. 
B.A.  1683-4;  M.A.  1687.  Lecturer  at  Trinity  Church,  Hull. 
A  non-juror.  Brother  of  William  (1678)  and  probably  father 
of  the  next. 

SAGGE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  18, 
1716.  S.  of  Thomas  (?  above),  clerk,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at 
Thrushes,  near  Sutton.  Matric.  1716. 

SAGGE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  10, 
1678.  S.  of  William,  draper,  deceased.  B.  at  Hedon,  Yorks. 
School,  Burstwick  (private).  Matric.  1678.  Migrated  to 
Corpus  Christi.  B.A.  1681;  M.A.  1685.  Fellow  of  Corpus 
Christi,  1682-9.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1685.  Died  1689. 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1679-80). 

SAGITTARY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  June 
20,  1717.  S.  of  John,  M.D.,  of  Blandford,  Dorset.  M.B.  1722. 

SAGO  or  SAGUS,  WILLIAM.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1393-8. 
One  William  Sagow  R.  of  Cricksea,  Essex,  1384. 

ST  ALBANS,  Prior  of.  D.Can.L.  1484-5.  Probably  Thomas 
Ramryge  or  Ramrugge,  who  became  abbot  in  1492. 

SAINTALMOND,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1609;  Scholar,  1611;  B.A.  1612-3.  Perhaps  'Secretary  to 
the  Lord  Keeper';  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar  12,  1624-5. 
Possibly  M.P.  for  Stamford,  1624-5;  as  St  Amand. 

SAINTANDREW,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Corpus 
Christi,  c.  1595.  Of  Nottinghamshire.  Doubtless  s.  and  h. 
of  George,  of  East  Haddon,  Northants.  (and  Barbara,  dau. 
of  George  Neville,  of  Grove,  Notts.).  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Apr.  22,  1597.  Married  (1)  Mary,  dau.  of  Thomas  and  co-heir 
of  her  uncle  William,  of  Skeffington,  Leics.;  (2)  Mary,  dau. 
of  Edmund  Pilkington.  Died  Nov.  25,  1624,  aged  46.  Buried 
at  Gotham,  Notts.   {Baker,  i.  161.) 

ST  ANDREWS,  .    FeU.-Com.  at  Jesus,  1617-8.    Possibly 

John,  s.  and  h.  of  WilUam  (above).  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
May  7,  1619.  Of  East  Haddon,  Northants.,  Esq.  Married 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Bainbridge,  of  Lockington,  Leics. 
Died  Jan.  14,  1625-6.  {Baker,  i.  161.) 

ST  BARBE,  EDWARD  DE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Magdalene, 
July  6,  1671.  S.  of  John,  Esq.,  of  Broadlands,  Hants.  Died 
young.  Brother  of  the  next. 

ST  BARBE,  Sir  JOHN  DE,  Bart.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Mag- 
dalene, July  6,  1671.  2nd  s.  of  John,  Esq.,  of  Broadlands, 
Romsey,  Southampton.  Created  Bart.,  Dec.  30,  1663,  when 


Sainthill,  Peter 

only  eight  years  old.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  May  22, 
1674.  M.P.  for  Ilchester,  1681.  Sheriff  of  Hants.,  1704- 
Married  (i)  Honor,  dau.  of  Richard  Norton,  of  Southwick, 
Hants.;  (2)  Alice,  dau.  of  the  Hon.  Richard  Fiennes.  Died 
s.p.,  Sept.  17,  1723.  Buried  at  Ashington,  Somerset.  M.I. 
WiU,  P.C.C.   Brother  of  Edward  (above).   (G.E.C.,  in.  286.) 

ST  BENEDICT,  Abbot  of.  D.D.  1460-1.  John  Kevyng  was 
Abbot,  1459-1500. 

ST  BONDULPH,  WILLIAM  DE.  Scholar  at  Peterhouse,  July, 
1351,  when  the  Master  petitions  the  Pope  for  a  benefice  for 
him.   Described  as  M.A.   {Cal.  of  Pap.  Pet.,  1.  211.) 

ST  ELOy,  MOSES  (GONQUET).  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare, 
June  25,  1707.  B.  in  Jersey,  1687.  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1710- 
i;  M.A.  1719.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Aug.  i,  1709;  priest 
(Ely)  Dec.  23,  1711.  R.  of  Marston,  Beds.,  1711.  V.  of 
Langford,  1728. 

ST  FAITH,  PETER  DE.  D.D.  of  Cambridge  and  Paris.  CarmeUte 
friar.  Theologian.  R.  of  Taverham,  Norfolk,  1450.  Author, 
theological.  Died  at  St  Faith,  Norwich,  Nov.  8,  1452.  (Pits, 
647;  D.N.B.) 

ST  FAITH,  WILLIAM  DE.  D.D.  of  Cambridge.  CarmeUte  friar 
of  St  Faith,  Norwich.  Died  1372.  Buried  at  St  Faith's. 
{Pits;  D.N.B.) 

ST  GEORGE,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  16, 
1647.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  Doubtless  5th  s.  of  John,  of 
Hatley  St  George,  Cambs.  Scholar,  1650,  expeUed.  {Misc. 
Gen.  et  Her.,  N.S.,  in.  79.) 

ST  GEORGE,  BALDWIN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  3,  1592. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.  Doubtless  s.  of  John  (1569),  of  Hatley 
St  George,  Cambs.  Bapt.  1573,  at  Ridgmont,  Beds,  (his 
mother's  home).  B.A.  1592-3.  '  Of  Hungry  Hatley,  Cambs.' ; 
adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  14,  1595.   {Geneal.  Beds.,  427.) 

ST  GEORGE,  BALDWIN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Mar.  16, 
1649-50.  Of  London.  Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas  (and  Frances, 
dau.  of  John  Shelbury,  of  High  Holbom).  M.B.  1659.  {Misc. 
Gen.  el  Her.,  N.S.,  111.  79-) 

ST  GEORGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1476;  B.A.  1480-1. 

ST  GEORGE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1569.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Francis,  of  Hatley  St  George, 
Cambs.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Peter  Grey,  of  Ridgmont, 
Beds.  Living,  1610,  age  66  {sic).  Brother  of  Richard  (1569) 
and  doubtless  father  of  Baldvdn  (1592)  and  WiUiam  (1601). 
{Vis.  of  Cambs.,  1619.) 

ST  GEORGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  May  5,  1574. 
Of  Cambridgeshire. 

ST  GEORGE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1569.  Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Francis,  of  Hatley  St  George,  Cambs. 
(and  Rose,  dau.  of  Thomas  Hutton,  of  Dry  Drayton,  Cambs.). 
Windsor  Herald,  in  1602.  Norroy  king-of-arms,  1603-23; 
Clarenceux  king-of-arms,  1623-35.  Knighted,  Sept.  28,  1616. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  3,  1617.  Married  EUzabeth,  dau. 
of  Nicholas  St  John,  of  Liddiard  Tregose,  Wilts.,  in  1575. 
A  friend  of  Sir  Robert  Cotton,  Camden  and  other  eminent 
antiquarians.  Left  genealogical  manuscripts.  Died  May  17, 
1635.  Buried  at  St  Andrew's,  Holbom,  London.  Brother 
of  John  (1569).  {Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  N.S.,  iii.  78;  Vis.  of 
Cambs.,  1619;  D.N.B.) 

ST  GEORGE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall, 
Michs.  1627.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  LL.B.  1633.  FeUow, 
1633-41- 
ST  GEORGE  or  SENGEORGE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a 
scholar  from  Eton,  1496;  B.A.  1499-1500  (1st  in  the  ordo); 
M.A.  1503-4.  FeUow,  until  1507.  'Afterwards  "receiver" 
of  the  CoUege.'   WiU  (V.C.C.)  1514.   {Harwood.) 

ST  GEORGE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  14, 
1601.  2nd  s.  of  John  (1569),  gent.,  of  Hatley  St  George, 
Cambs.  School,  King's,  Cambridge.  Scholar,  1601-4;  B.A. 
from  Trinity,  1606-7.  Went  to  Douay,  Sept.  21,  1610.  Ord. 
deacon,  Dec.  21,  1613;  priest,  Feb.  22,  1613-4.  Sent  to 
England,  1617;  arrested  and  banished.  Again  sent  Sept.  14, 
1618.  Labouring  as  a  priest  in  Northumberland,  in  1632  and 
1649.  Date  of  death  not  known.  (Fcnn,i.  175;  E.  H.  Burton; 
Vis.  of  Cambs.,  1619.) 

SAINTHILL,  HUMPHREY.  M.A.  1621  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
Perhaps  s.  of  Peter,  of  Bradninch,  Devon.  Matric.  (Oriel 
CoUege,  Oxford)  May  18,  1610,  age  13;  B.A.  (Lincohi  CoUege, 
Oxford)  1613-4;  M.A.  1616.  R.  of  Zeal  Monachorum, 
Devon,  1623.  Admon.  (Exeter)  1629-30.  {Vis.  of  Devon, 
1620;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SAINTHILL,  PETER.  M.A.  1639  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Peter,  of  Southwark,  Surrey,  pleb.  Matric.  (Corpus  Christi 
CoUege,  Oxford)  Dec.  5,  1623,  age  16;  B.A.  (Pembroke 
CoUege,  Oxford)  1628.  Probably  R.  of  Ovington,  Essex, 
1635.  R.  of  Long  Melford,  Sufiolk,  1655.  (H.  Smith;  Al. 
Oxon.) 


Sainthill,  Peter 

SAINTHILL,  PETER.  Adm.  (age  18)  at  Emmakuel,  Nov.  1750. 
2nd  s.  of  Peter,  of  Garlick  Hill,  London,  surgeon.  School, 
Bury  St  Edmunds.  Matric.  1750;  B.A.  1755.  Adm.  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  Jan.  14, 1752.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  21, 
1755.  DiedatSouthampton,  Nov.  9(?0ct.  8),  1762.  Admon. 
(P.C.C.)  1763.   (G.  Mag.;  Musgrave;  L.  Mag.) 

ST  IVES,  JOHN.  Resident  at  King's  Hall  untU  1412.  See 
JOHN  INGLE. 

ST  JOHN,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Nov.  9, 
1601.  Of  Bedfordshire.  4th  s.  of  Oliver,  3rd  Baron  St  John, 
ofBletsoe.  Knighted,  Aug.  5,  1608.  M.P.  for  Bedford,  1614, 
1620-2,  1624-5;  for  Barnstaple,  1626,  1628-9.  Married 
Margaret,  dau.  of  John  Trye,  of  Hardwick,  Gloucs.,  Esq. 
Died  c.  June,  1657.  Brother  of  the  next,  of  Beauchamp 
(1609-10),  Henry  (1604),  Oliver  (1595)  and  Rowland  (1604). 
(Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634,  194;  Collins,  vi.  744.) 

ST  JOHN,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Nov.  9, 
1601.  Of  Bedfordshire.  3rd  s.  of  Oliver,  3rd  Baron  St  John, 
of  Bletsoe.  Knighted,  Aug.  5,  1608.  M.P.  for  Wigan,  1624- 
5,  1626,  1628-9;  for  Cheshire,  1625.  Brother  of  Alexander 
(1601),  etc.  and  father  of  Oliver  (1627).  (Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634, 
194.) 

ST  JOHN,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
May  4,  1636.  4th  s.  of  Ohver  (1595),  4th  Baron  of  Bletsoe 
and  Earl  Bolingbroke.  Bapt.  May  10,  1618,  at  Melchboume, 
Beds.  Married  Ann  Kensham,  of  Tempsford,  Beds.,  Aug.  8, 
1639.  Buried  at  Bletsoe,  June  21,  1673.  Probably  brother 
of  Oliver  (1615).  (Peile,  i.  442;  Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634,  194; 
Geneal.  Bedford.) 

ST  JOHN,  BEAUCHAMP.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Mar.  9, 
1609-10.  7th  s.  of  Oliver,  Baron  St  John,  of  Bletsoe,  Beds. 
M.A.  1612-3  (on  King's  visit).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  5, 
1613.  Knighted,  July  24  (22),  1619.  M.P.  for  Beds.,  1620-2; 
for  Bedford,  1626,  1628-9,  1640.  Married  Rebecca,  dau.  of 
William  Hawkins,  of  Tilbrook,  Beds.,  Oct.  14,  1613.  Will 
(Leicester)  1667  (the  date  of  his  death  has  been  confused  by 
Collins  and  other  authorities  with  that  of  his  wife,  who  was 
buried  at  Tilbrook,  Mar.  26,  1631).  Brother  of  Alexander 
(1601),  etc.   (Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634,  194;  Collins,  vi.  745.) 

ST  JOHN,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  July  21, 
1648.  Of  Bedfordshire.  S.  and  h.  of  Oliver  (1615-6),  of 
Longthorpe,  Northants.  (and  Frances,  dau.  of  Sir  John 
Altham,  of  Latton,  Essex,  Knt.).  M.A.  1650  (Jil.  nob.). 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  14,  1648.  CaUed  to  the  Bar, 
1656.  M.P.  for  Peterborough,  1656,  1659,  1679-80,  1698- 
1700.  Of  Longthorpe,  Northants.  Married  (i)  Mary,  dau. 
of  Dionysius  Wakeringe,  of  Kelvedon,  Essex;  (2)  Mary, 
dau.  of  Dannett  Foorth,  alderman  of  London.  Died  1705. 
Brother  of  WiUiam  (1652-3).  (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  Noble, 
Cromwell  Family,  11.  24.) 

ST  JOHN,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1654.  Of 
London.  3rd  s.  of  Sir  Paulet,  K.B.,  and  grandson  of  Oliver, 
ist  Earl  of  Bolingbroke.  Died  unmarried.  (Collins,  vi.  747; 
Burke,  Ext.  Peerage.) 

ST  JOHN,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  24, 
1713.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  East  Tuddenham,  Norfolk,  gent. 
B.  there.  School,  Reepham  (Mr  Robinson).  Matric.  1713; 
Scholar,  1713-8;  B.A.  1716-7;  M.A.  1729.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  July  13,  1718;  priest,  June  12,  1720.  V.  of 
Reepham,  1723-56.  Died  Jan.  28  (?  24),  1756.  WiU  (Norwich 
Arch.  C.)  1756.   (Venn,  i.  530;  G.  Mag.) 

ST  JOHN,  HENRY.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1604.  6th  s.  of  Oliver,  3rd  Baron  St  John,  of  Bletsoe,  Beds. 
M.A.  1612-3  (on  King's  visit).  Knighted,  July  24  (22),  1619. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Aug.  9,  1627.  Died  young.  Brother 
of  Alexander  (i6oi),  etc.   (Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634,  194.) 

SAINT  JOHN,  HENRY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
May  29,  1668.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Walter,  Bart.,  of  Liddiard 
Tregose,  Wilts,  (and  Joanna,  dau.  of  Oliver  St  John  (1615-6)). 
Bapt.  Oct.  17,  1652,  at  Battersea,  Surrey.  School,  Eton. 
Matric.  1668;  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1669  (Lit.  Reg.).  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1669.  D.C.L.  (Oxford)  1702.  M.P.  for  Wootton 
Bassett,  1679-81,  1685-7,  1689-95,  1698-1700;  for  Wilts., 
1695-8.  Succeeded  his  father  as  4th  Bart.,  July  3,  1708. 
Created  Viscount  and  Baron  St  John  of  Battersea,  July  2, 
1716.  Married  (i)  Mary,  dau.  of  Robert  Rich,  Earl  of 
Warwick;  (2)  Angelica  Magdelina,  dau.  of  George  PeUssary, 
Treasurer  of  the  Navy  to  Louis  XIV.  Died  Apr.  8,  1742, 
aged  c.  90.  His  son  Henry  was  created  Viscount  BoUngbroke 
ini7i2.  Brother  of  John  (1683).  (Venn,i.  434;  G.E.C.,  i.  25.) 

ST  JOHN,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1473. 
Left  as  scholar.  One  of  these  names  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  John, 
K.B.  and  grandson  of  Sir  Oliver,  of  Bletsoe,  Beds.  K.B., 
1502.  Married  and  had  issue.   (G.E.C.;  Collins,  vi.  742.) 

ST  JOHN,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1479. 
Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Ohver,  of  Liddiard  Tregose,  Wilts.,  and 
cousin  of  John  (above).  If  so,  knighted,  June  17,  1497. 
Married  and  had  issue.   Died  1512.   Ifi.E.C.) 


St  John,  Oliver 

SAYNT  JOHNS,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1545.  One  of  these  names,  'of  Bletsoe,  Beds.,'  adm.  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  1549. 

SAYNT  JOHNS,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1545  (separate  entry). 

ST  JOHN,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1633.  Of  Bedfordshire.  Perhaps  s.  of  Oliver,  of  Keysoe. 
Bapt.  there,  Sept.  13,  1615. 

ST  JOHN,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  June  30, 
1683.  Of  Wiltshire.  Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Walter,  Bart.,  of 
Liddiard  Tregose,  Wilts.,  and  of  Battersea,  Surrey.  Adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  2,  1685.  Died  young.  Brother  of 
Henry  (1668).   (Lyson's  Environs  of  London,  i.  30.) 

ST  JOHN,  NEEDHAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Emmanuel, 
June  1,  1743.  S.  of  Francis,  gent.,  of  Cold  Overton,  Leics. 
School,  Nuneaton.  Matric.  1743.  Died  July  25,  1762,  aged 
37.    (Nichols,  II.  656.) 

SANCT  JOHN,  OLIVER  Adm.  scholar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July 
14,  1579.  Resident  in  1581.  S.  of  Henry  (?  Thomas),  gent., 
of  Keysoe,  Beds.  School,  Ely.  One  of  these  names  buried 
at  Keysoe,  Mar.  3,  1625-6  (but  according  to  Geneal.  Bedford, 
404,  this  was  Oliver,  s.  of  Thomas,  and  grandson  of  Ohver, 
1st  Baron  St  John).  Possibly  father  of  Oliver  (1615-6). 
(Venn,  i.  103.) 

SEINJOHN,  OLIVER.  Adm.  scholar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  15, 
1581.  S.  of  Henry,  gent.  Bapt.  Jan.  14,  1564,  at  Milton, 
Beds.  School,  Dalling,  Norfolk.  Probably  of  Hockerinc; 
Park,  Norfolk,  and  East  Tuddenham.  Married  Mary,  dau. 
of  Robert  Tilney,  of  East  Tuddenham.   (Venn,  i.  111.) 

ST  JOHN,  OLIVER.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Peterhouse,  c. 
1595.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Oliver,  3rd  Baron  St  John,  of 
Bletsoe,  Beds.  B.  c.  1580.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  20, 
1597.  M.P.  for  Beds.,  1601  and  1604.  K.B.,  1610.  Suc- 
ceeded his  father  as  4th  Baron  St  John,  Sept.  1618.  Created 
Earl  of  Bolingbroke,  Dec.  28,  1624.  Joined  the  ParUa- 
mentarians,  1642.  Lord-Lieutenant  of  Beds.,  1643-6.  Took 
the  covenant  and  became  a  lay  member  of  the  Westminster 
Assembly,  1643.  A  commissioner  for  the  custody  of  the 
Great  Seal,  1643-6.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  WiUiam 
Paulet,  of  Ewalden,  Somerset.  Died  June,  1646.  Father  of 
Anthony  (1636)  and  probably  of  OUver  (1615).  (D.N.B.; 
G.E.C.) 

ST  JOHN,  OLIVER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent,  1615-6. 
S.  and  h.  of  OUver  (?  1579),  of  Ke>'Soe,  Beds,  (and  Sarah, 
dau.  of  Edward  Buckley,  D.D.).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 
Apr.  22,  1619.  Barrister,  1626.  Counsel  for  Lord  Saye  and 
John  Hampden  in  their  resistance  to  the  payment  of  Ship- 
money,  1637.  M.P.  for  Totnes  in  the  Short  and  Long 
Parhaments,  1640-53.  Solicitor-General,  1641-8.  Promoted 
the  BiU  for  Strafford's  attainder.  One  of  the  commissioners 
to  treat  for  peace  at  Uxbridge,  1645;  sided  with  the  army 
against  the  Parliament,  1647.  Chief  Justice  C.P.,  1648-60. 
Chancellor  of  the  University,  1651-60.  Member  of  the 
Council  of  State,  1659-60.  Of  Longthorpe,  Northants. 
Married  three  wives  (his  2nd  wife  was  EUzabeth,  dau.  of 
Henry  CromweU).  Left  England,  1662;  went  to  Basel  and 
afterwards  to  Augsburg.  Died  Dec.  31,  1673.  Father  of 
Francis  (1648)  and  of  WiUiam  (1652-3).  (D.N.B.;  Burke, 
Ext.  Bart.;  Geneal.  Bedford.  404.) 

ST  JOHN,  OLIVER.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Nov.  3, 
1615.  Doubtless  s.  of  OUver  (c.  1595),  4th  Baron  St  John. 
Matric.  1618;  M.A.  1620  (Lit.  Reg.).  M.P.  for  Beds.,  1624-5, 

1626,  1628-9.    K.B.,  1626.   Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Aug.  9, 

1627.  Held  Hereford  for  the  ParUament,  1642.  Married 
Arabella,  dau.  of  John  Egerton,  Earl  of  Bridgewater.  Died 
of  wounds  at  Edgehill,  Oct.  23,  1642.  Probably  brother  of 
Anthony  (1636).    (D.N.B.) 

ST  JOHN,  OLIVER.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Sidney, 
June  2,  1627.  S.  of  Sir  Anthony  (1601),  Knt.  B.  in  London. 
Schools,  Chenies,  Bucks.  (Mr  Peter  Alibond)  and  Hammer- 
smith (Mr  Thomas  Goodwyn).  Matric.  1627.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  22,  1630.  CaUed  to  the  Bar,  1638.  (Vis. 
of  Beds.,  1634,  194.) 

ST  JOHN,  OLIVER.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  Catharine's, 
Michs.  1640.  Of  Northamptonshire.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of 
Sir  Rowland  (1604),  K.B.,  of  Woodford.  Created  Bart. 
June  28,  1660.  Married  Barbara,  dau.  of  John  St  Andrew, 
of  Gotham,  Notts.  Died  Jan.  2,  1661-2,  aged  37.  (Baker, 
I.  i6t,  486;  G.E.C,  III.  68.) 

ST  JOHN,  OLIVER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  Jan.  6,  1675-6.  S.  of 
Oliver,  of  Tuddenham,  Norfolk,  and  probably  grandson  of 
Oliver  (1581).  B.  in  Hampshire.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  Easter, 
1676;  Scholar,  1676-83;  B..'^.  1679-80;  M.A.  1684.  Ord. 
priest  (Norwich)  Mar.  1682-3.  R-  of  Freethorpe,  Norfolk, 
1683-5;  of  Wickhampton,  1683-4.  Licensed  to  marry 
Bridget  Cannon  of  Swaffham,  1684.  (Venn,  1.  455.) 


St  John,  Oliver 

ST  JOHN,  OLIVER.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Trinity, 

July  29,    1708.    S.  of  Oliver,  of  Tonragee,   Co.   Armagh. 

School,  Hackney,  London  (Mr  Morland).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's 

Inn,  Sept.  27,  1710.    Probably  F.R.S.,  1720.    Died  Nov.  26, 

1743-   (<?•  Mag.,  1743-) 
ST  JOHN,  PAWLET.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  July  13, 

1697.  S.  of  John,  LL.D.  B.  in  London.  School,  Canterbury. 

Migrated  to  St  John's,  Mar.  30,  1699.    Matric.  1699;  B.A. 

1701-2;  M.A.  1705;  D.D.  1718.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1705-8. 

Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1711.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  3, 1705; 

priest  (Chichester)  Dec.  6,  1706.   R.  of  Yelden,  Beds.,  1707. 

Chaplain  to  Queen  Anne.  V.  of  Melchboume,  1708-15.  R.  of 

Shelton,  1715.    R.  of  Stackpole  Elidore,  Pembroke,  1718. 

Canon  of  Hereford,   1721-32.    Died  Dec.  27,   1732.    Will 

(P.C.C.)  1733.  Father  of  the  next.  {Al.  Oxon.) 

ST  JOHN,  PAWLET.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  14, 
1730-1.  S.  of  Pawlet  (above),  of  Bedfordshire.  B.  at  Yelden. 
School,  Bury,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1731;  B.A.  1734-5;  M.A. 
1738;  B.D.  1746.  Fellow,  1737-49-  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Mar.  15,  1738-9;  priest,  June  17,  1739.  V.  of  Melchboume, 
Beds.,  1742-75.  Died  Apr.  5,  1775.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1776. 
(Scott-Mayor,  in.  432;  G.  Mag.) 

ST  JOHN,  ROWLAND.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens', 
Easter,  1604.  Of  Bedfordshire.  5th  s.  of  Oliver,  3rd  Lord 
St  John,  of  Bletsoe.  Perhaps  the  same  who  was  M.A.  from 
St  John's,  1614;  'fil.  nob.'  M.P.  for  Higham  Ferrers,  1614; 
for  Tiverton,  1625.  K.B.,  1616.  Married  Sybilla,  dau.  of 
John  Vaughan,  of  Hargast,  Hereford.  Died  Aug.  5,  1645. 
Brother  of  Alexander  (1601),  etc.  and  father  of  Oliver  (1640). 
{Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634,  194;  G.E.C.,  in.  68.) 

ST  JOHN,  ST  ANDREW.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
Sept.  14,  1702.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  St  Andrew,  2nd  Bart.,  of 
Woodford  and  East  Haddon,  Northants.  B.  at  Culford, 
Suffolk.  School,  Guilsborough,  Northants.  (Mr  Worling). 
Scholar,  1702-3.  Succeeded  his  brother  Oliver  as  4th  Bart., 
c.  1710.  Of  Woodford  and  East  Haddon,  Northants.  Married 
Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  William  James,  of  Korlings,  SuSolk,  and 
of  Kensington,  Middlesex.  Died  1711.  Admon.,  Nov.  7, 
i7n.  Brother  of  William  (1709).  (Le  Neve,  A/cm.;  Peile, 
XI.  155-6;  G.E.C.,  III.  68.) 

ST  JOHN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1559. 
One  of  these  names  buried  at  Bletsoe,  Beds.,  Dec.  27, 
1621. 

SENJHONS,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs. 
1547. 

ST  JOHN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  2, 
1652-3.  2nd  s.  of  Oliver  (1615-6),  of  Enfield,  Middlesex, 
Chief  Justice.  B.  1637.  Adm.  at  Lincohi's  Inn,  Feb.  5, 
1652-3.  Died  unmarried.  Brotherof  Francis  (1648).  (Burke, 
Ext.  Bart.) 

ST  JOHN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  July  5,  1709. 
4th  s.  of  Sir  St  Andrew,  2nd  Bart.,  deceased,  of  Woodford, 
Northants.  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1712-3.  Succeeded  as  9th 
Baron  Bletsoe,  May  10,  1714.  Died  unmarried,  Oct.  11,  1720. 
Brother  of  St  Andrew  (1702).   {Collins,  vi.  749;  G.E.C.) 

ST  JUST,  THOMAS.  Mus.Doc.  (probably  1461-2).  Warden  of 
King's  Hall,  1463-7.  R.  of  Anstey,  Herts.,  1455-67. 
Chaplain  to  the  King.  R.  of  St  James'  Garlickhithe. 
Archdeacon  of  Chester,  1462-7.  Preb.  of  Lincohi,  1465-7. 
Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1466-7.  Preb.  of  Hereford,  1467.  Pre- 
centor of  Sarum,  1467.  Died  Sept.  1467.  {Hennessy;Cussans, 
I.  ii.  62.) 

SENTLEGER,  ANTHONY.  Educated  at  Cambridge.  S.  of 
Ralph,  of  Ulcombe,  Kent.  B.  c.  1496.  Of  Gray's  Inn. 
Gentleman  of  the  King's  Privy  Chamber,  1538.  Knighted, 
1539.  Sheriff  of  Kent,  1539.  Lord  Deputy  of  Ireland,  1540. 
Passed  the  act  giving  Henry  VIII  and  his  heirs  the  title  of 
King  of  Ireland,  1541.  K.G.,  1543.  Confirmed  as  deputy  of 
Edward  VI,  1547.  Returned  to  England,  1548.  Recon- 
stituted Lord  Deputy,  1550.  Privy  Councillor,  1553.  Re- 
called on  a  charge  of  falsifying  his  accounts,  1556.  Of  Leeds 
Castle,  Kent,  1552.  Married  Agnes,  dau.  of  Hugh  Warham, 
Esq.,  of  Croydon,  and  niece  to  William  Warham,  Archbishop 
of  Canterbury.  Died  Mar.  16,  1559.  Buried  at  Ulcombe. 
{Cooper,  I.  196;  D.N.B.) 

ST  LEGER,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1626.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  Warham  (i 614-5). 
Knighted,  July  28,  1642.  Warden  of  the  Mint,  1669.  Of 
St  Paul's,  Co  vent  Garden,  London.  Married  (i)  Barbara, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Sherley;  (2)  Mary  Norwood.  Died  1680. 
(C.  Wykeham-Martin,  Leeds  Castle,  157.) 

ST  LEGER,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  9,  1750.  Of  Ireland.  4th  s.  of  Sir  John,  Baron  of  the 
Irish  Exchequer.  Bapt.  Feb.  29,  1731.  Matric.  1750.  M.P. 
for  Grimsby,  1768-74.  Major-General,  1781.  Died  Apr. 
1786.  Brother  of  the  next.  {T.  A.  Walker,  299;  Lodge,  vi. 
120,  says  he  died  in  London,  Mar.  5,  1770.) 


St  Quintin,  Henry 

ST  LEGER,  BARRIMORE  MATTHEW.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18) 
at  Peterhouse,  Mar.  28,  1751.  5th  s.  of  Sir  John,  Baron  of 
the  Irish  Exchequer.  Bapt.  May  i,  1733.  School,  Eton. 
Matric.  1752,  'Barry';  B.A.  1755;  M.A.  1763.  Fellow,  1763. 
Brother  of  Anthony  (above).   (Lodge,  vi.  120.) 

ST  LEGER,  Sir  WARHAM.  M.A.  1614-5  (on  King's  visit). 
Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Sir  Anthony,  of  Ulcombe,  and  of  Leeds 
Castle,  Kent  (and  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Scott,  of  Scott's 
Hall),  and  great-grandson  of  Anthony,  Lord  Deputy  of 
Ireland.  Knighted,  June  13,  1608.  Went  with  Raleigh  to 
Guiana,  1617.  Alienated  Leeds  Castle,  c.  1618.  Married 
Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  Rowland  Hayward  (twice  Lord  Mayor  of 
London).  Died  1631.  Buried  at  Ulcombe.  Doubtless  father 
of  Anthony  (1626). 

SAINTLOW,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Mar.  25,  1653. 
Previously  matric.  (Trinity  College,  Oxford)  June  5,  1651. 
Of  London.   Matric.  1653;  B.A.  1654-5. 

ST  LOE,  LAURENCE.  M.A.  1682  (Com.  Reg.).  One  of  these 
names  3rd  s.  of  Edward,  of  Knighton,  Wilts.  B.  Sept.  4,  1651. 
(Hutchins,  iv.  81.) 

ST  NEOTS,  HUGH  DE.  D.D.  of  Cambridge.  Carmelite  friar  of 
Hitchin  monastery.  Author,  theologi(»l.  Died  1340.  (Pits, 
439-) 

ST  NEOTS,  Prior  of.  Resident  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  1417-8. 
Pays  13s.  4i.  for  his  chamber. 

ST  NICHOLAS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  5,  1619. 
Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Thomas  (next),  of  Ash,  Kent.  Bapt. 
there.  Mar.  25,  1603-4.  Matric.  1619.  Joined  the  Inde- 
pendents and  was  among  the  foremost  of  'the  adventurers 
in  the  First  Plantation  of  New  England.*  R.  of  Luttei-worth, 
Leics.,  c.  1657;  ejected,  1662.  Married  (i)  Etheldreda,  dau. 
of  Basil  Good,  of  Stretton-under- Fosse,  Warws. ;  (2)  Priscilla, 
dau.  of  Anthony  Grey,  Earl  of  Kent.  Author,  theological. 
Died  May  27,  1698,  aged  94.  Buried  at  Burbach.  Brother 
of  Thomas  (1619)  and  father  of  Timothy  (1646).  (Calamy, 
II.  119;  Nichols,  IV.  270.) 

ST  NICHOLAS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1583.  Of  Kent.  Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Vincent,  of  Ash,  Kent. 
Bapt.  there,  Aug.  27,  1567.  Married  (i)  Dorothea,  dau.  of 
William  Tilghman;  (2)  Elizabeth  Woodward.  Died  1626. 
Will  proved,  Jan.  i,  1626-7.  Father  of  John  (above)  and  of 
the  next.  (Planch^,  A  Corner  of  Kent,  371.) 

ST  NICHOLAS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  5, 
1 619.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas  (above),  of  Ash, 
Kent.  Bapt.  there,  Oct.  3,  1602.  Matric.  1619.  Adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  1623.  Barrister.  M.P.  for  Yorks.,  1653; 
for  Canterbury,  1656-8  and  1659.  Married  (i)  Susannah, 
dau.  of  William  Copley,  of  Wadsworth,  Yorks. ;  (2)  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Henry  Croke,  of  Well  Place,  Oxfordshire.  Died  1668. 
Brother  of  John  (1619).  (Vis.  of  Kent,  1663;  Vis.  of  Warws., 
1682;  Planch6,  A  Corner  of  Kent,  372.) 

ST  NICHOLAS,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  21, 
1646.  Matric.  1646.  S.  and  h.  of  John  (1619),  of  Stretl.on- 
under-Fosse,  Warws.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1649. 
Age  53  in  1682.  Succeeded  at  Stretton.  Married  (i)  Anne, 
dau.  of  Christopher  Copley,  of  Wadworth,  Yorks.;  (2)  Eliza- 
beth More,  of  Linley,  Salop.  Died  June  10,  1698.  Buried  at 
Monks  Kirby.  M.I.  (Vis.  of  Warws.,  1682;  Nichols,  iv.  269.) 

ST  OSWALD,  Prior  of.   Incorp.  1479-80. 

ST  OWEN,  THOMAS  DE.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1358.  Died 

Aug.  15,  1361. 
ST  PIERRE,  PETER.   B.A.  1732  (Incorp.  from  Trinity  College, 

Dublin).    Adm.  there,  June  30,  1722,  age  18.    S.  of  Peter. 

B.  in  Holland.    School,  Westminster.    B.A.  (Dublin)  1725. 

(Al.  Dublin.) 
ST  QUINTIN,  ANSELM.  .'Vdm.  scholar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Feb.  18, 

1578-9.    2nd  s.  of  Gabriel,  of  Harpham,   Yorks.    School, 

Pocklington  (Mr  Elis).  Died  unmarried.   (Burke,  L.G.;  Vis. 

of  Yorks.,  1584.) 
ST  QUINTING,  GABRIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Oct. 

17,  1584.   S.  and  h.  of  Matthew,  gent.,  of  HarsweO,  Yorks. 

B.    al    Kelk,    Yorks.     School,    York.     Married    Catherine 

Craddock,  of  Burton  Agnes,  1591.   (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1584.) 

SAYNTQUYNTIN,  HENRY.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1623.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  William,  of  Harpham,  Yorks., 
ist  Bart.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1623-4.  Succeeded  as 
2nd  Bart.,  Oct.  1649.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Henry  Staple- 
ton,  of  WighiU,  Yorks.  Died  Nov.  1695.  Brother  of  Thomas 
(1635)  and  father  of  the  next.  (Burke,  L.G.;  Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1612;  G.E.C,  II.  161.) 

ST  QUINTIN,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 
15,  1652.  S.  of  Sir  Henry  (above),  Knt.  and  Bart.,  of  Bever- 
ley, and  of  Harpham,  Yorks.  B.  at  Towton-in-Saxton,  Yorks. 
School,  York.  Buried  June  23,  1696,  at  St  Mary's,  Beverley. 
(Burke,  L.G.;  T'«.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 


St  Quintin,  Matthew  Chitty 

ST  QUINTIN,  MATTHEW  CHITTY.  Adm.  scholar  (age  i6)  at 
Sidney,  Apr.  17,  1718.  2nd  s.  of  Hugh  (and  Catherine,  dau. 
of  Matthew  Chitty,  Esq.).  B.  at  Amsterdam,  Holland. 
Schools,  Greenwich  and  Hackney  (Mr  Newcomb).  Adm.  at 
the  Middle  Temple,  Apr.  18,  1718.  M.P.  for  Old  Sarum, 
1728-34.  Died  at  York,  May  8,  1783,  aged  83.  Buried  at 
Harpham.  M.I.  Will  proved  (York)  June  21,  1783.  Brother 
of  William  (1718).   (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

ST  QUINTIN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
June  5,  1635.  4th  s.  of  WiUiam,  Esq.,  of  Harpham,  Yorks. 
(created  Bart.,  1641-2).  B.  at  Folkton.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Mar.  24,  1637-8.  Of  Flamborough,  Yorks.  Married 
Ann,  dau.  of  Thomas  Wood,  Esq.,  of  Thorp.  Buried  Aug.  28, 
1667,  at  Flamborough.  Will  (York)  1668.  Brother  of  Henry 
(1623).   (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

ST  QUINTIN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  scholar  (age  18)  at  Sidney, 
Apr.  17,  1718.  S.  and  h.  of  Hugh.  B.  at  Amsterdam,  Holland. 
Schools,  Greenwich  and  Hackney  (Mr  Newcomb).  Adm.  at 
the  Middle  Temple,  Apr.  18,  1718.  M.P.  for  Thirsk,  1722-7. 
Succeeded  his  uncle,  Sir  William  as  4th  Bart.,  June  30,  1723. 
Sheriff  of  Yorks.,  1729.  Of  Harpham  and  of  Scampston, 
Yorks.  Married  Rebecca,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Thompson  (Lord 
Mayor  of  London,  1736-7).  Died  May  9,  1770,  at  Bath. 
Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  Matthew  Chitty  (1718)  and  father 
of  the  next.   {G.E.C.,  11.  162.) 

ST  QUINTIN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity  Hall, 
Nov.  3,  1747.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  William  (above),  4th  Bart. 
Bapt.  July  4,  1729,  at  Rillington,  Yorks.  Succeeded  his 
father  as  5th  Bart.,  May  9,  1770.  Sheriff  of  Yorks.,  1772-3. 
Married  Charlotte,  dau.  of  Henry  Fane,  of  Wormsley,  Oxon., 
M.D.,  and  granddaughter  of  Nicholas  Rowe,  the  poet.  Died 
s.p.,  July  22,  1795.  Buried  at  Harpham.  M.I.  {G.E.C.,  11. 
162.) 

SAKER,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
May  22,  1638.  S.  of  Christopher.  B.  at  Faversham,  Kent. 
Schools,  Canterbury  (Mr  Ludd)  and  Wingham.  {Vis.  of 
Kent,  1619.) 

SAKINGS,  see  SAWKINS. 

SALCOTT,  JOHN.  B.Civ.L.  1488-^. 

SALCOT,  alias  CAPON,  JOHN,  see  CAPON. 

SALE,  see  SAYLE. 

SALEBANK,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1614;  B.A.  1616-7,  'Swilbanck.'  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Dec.  21,  1617;  priest,  June  11,  1620.  R.  of  Wainfleet  All 
Saints',  Lines.,  1619-22.  Died  1622.  Admon.,  1622;  'Saile- 
banckes,'  Lincoln. 

SALEMAN,  WILLIAM.  1261.  Southern  student  who  received 
a  royal  pardon  for  taking  part  in  a  riot  against  the  northern 
students.   (Fuller,  29.) 

SALESET,  THOMAS.  M.A.  excused  regency,  1469-70. 

SALETT,  JOHN.   Doctor.   Incorp.  1458-9,  from  Oxford. 

SALEWAY,  JOHN,  see  SALWEY. 

SALING,  ROGER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1581. 
R.  of  HoUisley,  Sufiolk,  1606-14. 

SALYNG,  WILLIAM.  Incorp.  from  Oxford,  1505-6.  Augustinian 
canon  of  Merton,  c.  1485.  Prior  of  Merton,  1502-20.  D.D. 
(Oxford)  1504.   Died  Mar.  14,  1519-20.   (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

SALISBURY,  AMBROSE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter, 
1626.  Matric.  1626-7;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  Ord.  priest 
(Coventry  and  Lichfield)  Sept.  20,  1635.  R.  of  Whepstead, 
Suffolk,  1643. 

SALISBURY,  GABRIEL.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1614-5.  B.  at 
Llanvorog,  Denbigh.  M.A.  1620.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1622. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  21,  1617,  age  25;  priest,  Mar.  1, 
1617-8.  C.  of  Stapleford  Abbotts,  Essex.  V.  of  Hartlip, 
Kent,  1623.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  1649. 

SALISBURY,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  6, 
1663-4.  S.  of  Thomas,  yeoman.  B.  at  Ration,  Suffolk. 
Schools,  Cheveley,  Cambs.,  Dalham,  Sufiolk  and  Ratton. 
Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Dec.  20,  1668;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1672.  V.  of  Newton,  Suffolk, 
1684-1715.   Died  1715. 

SALISBURY,  JAMES  (CECIL),  Earl  of.  M.A.  1707  (Incorp.  from 
Christ  Church,  Oxford).  S.  and  h.  of  James,  Earl  of  Salisbury 
(whom  see,  under  Cecil).  B.  June,  1691.  Succeeded  to  the 
peerage,  Nov.  1694.  Educated  at  Oxford.  Matric.  (Christ 
Church)  1705.  Created  M.A.  (Oxford)  1707.  Lord-Lieutenant 
of  Herts.,  1712-4.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Thomas  (Tufton) 
Earl  of  Thanet.  Died  Oct.  9,  1728.  Buried  at  Hatfield. 
{G.E.C.) 

SALISBURY,  JOHN.  Studied  at  Cambridge.  A  Benedictine 
monk,  of  Bury  St  Edmunds.  Prior  of  St  Faith,  Horsham, 
Norfolk.  Perhaps  graduated  in  laws  at  Oxford,  1530. 
Suffragan  Bishop  of  Thetford,  1536.  Archdeacon  of  Anglesey, 


Salisbury,  William 

1537-54  and  1559-73.  Canon  of  Norwich,  1538-9.  Dean  of 
Norwich,  1539-54,  1560-73.  Held  the  livings  of  Cleydon, 
Suffolk,  1541-59,  and  Creke,  Lopham  (1547),  and  Trunch, 
Norfolk.  Chancellor  of  Lincoln,  1554-67.  Bishop  of  Sodor 
and  Man,  1570-3.  Died  Sept.  1573.  Buried  in  St  Andrew's 
Church,  Norwich.  (Cooper,  i.  318,  who  confounds  his  degrees 
with  those  of  Robert;  D.N.B.  errs  similarly.) 

SALISBURY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1621; 
B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628;  B.D.  1634.  Fellow,  till  1634-5. 
Buried  at  St  Edward's,  Cambridge,  Feb.  11,  1634-5. 

SALISBURY,  JOHN.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  4, 
1724-5.  Of  ' Bachegraig  Dymerchion,' Flintshire.  Doubtless 
s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Bachegraig.  B.  Oct.  1,  1710.  Matric. 
1724-5;  M.A.  1728  (Com.  Reg.).  Married  a  daughter  of  Sir 
Robert  Cotton,  Bart.  Died  Dec.  11, 1762.  Brother  of  Thomas 
(1726).   (CliUterbuck,  in.  98;  Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

SALUSBURY,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity  Hall, 
Oct.  14,  1745.  Matric.  1747;  LL.B.  1747.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely, 
Litt.  dim.  from  St  Asaph)  Feb.  19,  1748-9. 

SALUSBURY,  OWEN,  see  BRERETON. 

SALISBURY,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  May  3, 
1634.  2nd  s.  of  Salisbury  Roberts,  gent.,  of  St  Asaph  (and 
Mary  Humphreys).  B.  there.  School,  St  Asaph  (private). 
Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1637-8;  M.A.  1641.  Married  Katherine, 
dau.  of  John  Lloyd,  Sept.  5,  1644.  Brotherof  Thomas  (1634). 
(Scott-Mayor,  1.  16.) 

SAULSBURY,  REGINALD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1605;  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1608-9;  M.A.  1612. 
V.  of  Llannvst,  Denbigh,  1614-8.  V.  of  Llandasa,  Flintshire, 
1618-33.  R.  of  Llansaintffraid-Glan-Conway,  1618-33. 
Canon  of  St  Asaph,  1622-33.  R.  of  Denbigh,  1625-33. 
Died  Mar.  1,  1632-3,  aged  73  (sic).  M.I.  at  St  Asaph. 

SALISBURIE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1582.  Probably  s.  of  Richard,  of  Newton  Burgeland,  Leics. 
B.A.  1585-6.  R.  of  Ravenstone,  Derbs.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1620.   (Nichols,  III.  940;  Vis.  of  Leics.,  1619.) 

SALISBURY,  ROBERT.  B.A.  1518-9;  M.A.  1522-3;  B.D.  1533 

4.  Fellow  of  Jesus,  1523-39.  Ord.  acolyte  (Lincoln)  Mar.  12, 
1529-30.  Probably  V.  of  Olney,  Bucks.,  c.  1541-4,  and 
preb.  of  Rochester,  1543-4.  Died  at  Olney,  1544.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1544.   (Lipscomb,  iv.  306.) 

SALISBURY,  ROBERT.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  20,  1618; 

'B.A.  of  St  John's  College.' 
SALUSBURY,  THELWALL.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's, 

June  27,  1750.    Of  Denbighshire.   S.  of  Norfolk,  of  Plas-y- 

ward,  Denbigh,  Esq.    Matric.   i75<>-i;  LL.B.   1756.    Ord. 

deacon  (Lincohi)  June  9,  1754.  V.  of  Offley,  Herts.,  1755-75- 

V.  of  Graveley,  1770-1803.  Married  Anne,  a  natural  daughter 

of  James  Cecil,  Earl  of  Salisbury.  Died  July  17,  1803,  aged 

74.  M.I.  at  Graveley.   (Clutterbuck,  in.  98;  11.  333.) 
SALISBURY,  THOMAS.   Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  12,  1591; 

'aged  35;  B.A.  of  Jesus  CoUege';  priest,  Jan.  26,  1591-2. 

B.  at  Catton,  Norfolk.    R.  of  St  Giles-in-the-Fields,  London, 

1591-2- 
SALISBURY,    THOMAS.     Matric.    sizar    from    Peterhouse, 

Easter,  1606-7.  S.  of  Robert,  sailor,  of  All  Hallows,  Barking, 

London.     B.    1587.     Grecian    at   Christ's    Hospital,    1606. 

Scholar,  1610-1;  B.A.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614;  B.D.  1621.   Ord. 

deacon  (London)  Mar.  1612-3;  priest.  May  30,  1613. 
SALISBURY,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1613. 
SALISBURY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 

May  3,  1634.   S.  of  'Salisbury  Roberts,'  gent.,  of  St  Asaph. 

B.  there.  School,  St  Asaph  (private).  Matric.  1634.  Brother 

of  Peter  (1634). 
SALISBURY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity  Hall,  1726. 

5.  of  Thomas,  of  'Bach-Egraig  Dymerchion,'  Flintshire. 
B.  1711.  Matric.  1726;  Scholar,  1728;  LL.B.  1734;  LL.D. 
1740.  Fellow,  1732-51.  Commissary  of  the  Dean  and 
Chapter  of  St  Paul's.  Chancellor  of  St  Asaph  diocese, 
1743-73-  Knighted,  Nov.  18,  1751.  Judge  of  the  Admiralty 
Court,  1751-73.  Married  (1)  Nov.  1751,  Anna  Maria,  dau. 
of  Sir  Henry  Penrice;  (2)  Sarah,  dau.  of  Samuel  Burroughs, 
Esq.  and  widow  of  William  King  (s.  of  Lord  Kingston). 
Died  s.p.,  Oct.  28,  1773,  aged  66.  Buried  at  Offley.  M.I.» 
Lilley,  Herts.  Brother  of  John  (1724-5).  {Clutterbuck,  in 
98.) 

SALSBURY,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)   at  St  John's 

Mar.  7,  1649-50.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Llanrwst,  Denbigh. 

School,  Llanrwst.    Matric.  1650;  B.A.  1653-4;  M.A.  1659. 

Probably  R.  of  St  George,  alias  Kegidog,  Denbigh,  1661. 

V.  of  Llangemyw,  1662-75.   (D.  R.  Thomas,  11.  323.) 
SALISBURY,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 

Apr.  II,  1670.    S.  of  Thomas,  of  Llanvaire,  Denbigh.    B. 

there.  School,  St  Mary's  (?  S.  E.  Glamorgan).  Matric.  1671; 

B.A.  1673-4- 


Salisbury,  William 

SALISBURY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
Sept.  8,  1 72 1 ;  exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  S.  of  William, 
barrister,  of  Atherstone,  Warws.  B.  there.  Bapt.  July  20, 
1707,  at  Mancetter.  Matric.  1721;  B.A.  1725-6;  M.A.  1729; 
B.D.  1737.  Fellow,  1728-54.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  21, 
1729;  priest  (Ely)  Aug.  3,  1730.  R.  of  Newton  Blossomville, 
Bucks.,  1730-52.  Reader  at  the  Charterhouse,  1733-54- 
R.  of  Moreton,  Essex,  1752-96.  R.  of  Little  Hallingbury, 
1766-96.  Preb.  of  Lincohi,  1769-96.  Author,  sermons,  etc. 
Died  Jan.  30,  1796.  Buried  at  Moreton.  WiU,  P.C.C.  (Scott- 
Mayor,  in.  344;  Al.  Carthus.) 

SALISBURY, .  B.A.  1474-5;  M.A.  1478. 

SALKELD,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  Nov.  1, 
1594.  Of  Cumberland.  S.  and  h.  of  Lancelot.  Brother  of 
the  next  and  of  Thomas  {1597).  {Vis.  of  Cumberland, 
1615.) 

SALKELD,  LANCELOT.  Adm,  pens,  at  Qufens',  Feb.  18, 
1597-8.  Of  Cumberland.  4th  s.  of  Lancelot,  of  Whitehaven, 
Esq.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  2,  1601-2.  Brother  of 
Francis  (above)  and  of  the  next. 

SALKELD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  22,  1597. 
Of  Cumberland.  3rd  s.  of  Lancelot,  of  Whitehaven,  Esq. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  7,  1600.  Brother  of  Francis  (1594) 
and  of  Lancelot  (above). 

SALKELD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  6, 
1681.  S.  of  Richard,  husbandman.  B.  at  Morland,  West- 
morland. School,  Appleby.  One  of  these  names,  serjeant- 
at-law,  died  Sept.  3,  1715.   (Musgrave.) 

SALKELD, .  B.A.  1482. 

SALL,  see  also  SAUL,  SAWELL  and  SOLE. 

SALL,  EDMUND.  B.D.  1458-9.   Monk  of  Norwich. 

SALLE,  JOHN.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1396-1405.  One  of 
these  names  R.  of  St  Gabriel,  Fenchurch  Street,  London, 
1400. 

SALL  or  SAWLE, .   B.A.  1459-60;  M.A.  1463-4. 

SALL  or  SAULE, .   Incorp.  1491-2.  A  friar.   Perhaps  D.D. 

1482-3,  as  Sowle  (a  friar). 

SALLET,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1658.  Of  Norwich.  B.A.  1661-2;  M.A.  1665.  Probably  R.  of 
Carlton,  Norfolk,  1667-99,  'Salle.'  Probably  father  of  the 
next.    {Blomefield,  x.  122.) 

SALLET,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  22,  1684. 
S.  of  John  (?  above),  R.  of  Carlton,  Norfolk.  B.  at  Burling- 
ham,  Norfolk.  School,  Norwich.  Matric.  1684;  Scholar, 
1684-9;  B.A.  1687-8.  V.  of  Halvergate,  Norfolk,  1691-1709. 
R.  of  Moulton,  1699.  Buried  Aug.  27,  1709,  at  Burlingham 
St  Edmund.   {Venn,  i.  476.) 

SALLOWES,  EVERARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Caius,  June  12, 
1628.  S.  of  Everard,  wooUendraper,  of  Suffolk.  B.  at 
Ilketshall  St  Andrew.  School,  Bungay  (Mr  Christopher 
Smith).   Matric.  1629. 

SALMON,  APPLEYARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  30,  1672. 

Of   Kingston-on-Hull,   Yorks.     S.   of  ,   Esq.,   Deputy 

Governor  of  Hull  (and  Johan,  dau.  of  Christopher  Appleyard, 
of  Burstwick  Earth,  Yorks.).  Matric.  1672,  {Lines.  Pedigrees, 
34-) 

SALMON,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1573; 
B.A.  1576-7,  Samon. 

SALMON,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1588.  B.  at  Bamburgh,  Lines.,  1572.  B.A.  1592-3.  Perhaps 
M.A.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  June  19,  1594.  Tutor 
in  the  family  of  the  Earl  of  Lincoln.  R.  of  Partney,  Lines., 
1601-7.  R.  of  Hatton,  1610-35,  'M.A.'  Licence,  Aug.  21, 
1601  (Lincoln)  to  marry  Mary  Andrew,  spinster,  of  Bucknall. 
Admon.  (Lincoln)  1636. 

SALMON,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1625- 
6;  exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  S.  of  Thom.is.  B.A. 
1625-6;  M.A.  1629;  D.D.  1669  {Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1627, 
ejected.  Probably  R.  of  Tittleshall,  Norfolk,  in  1658.  R.  of 
Lopham,  1663-81,  'Edmund.'  Probably  R.  of  Kelshall, 
Herts.,  1663-81.  Died  1681.  {Clutterbuck,  in.  536;  Blome- 
field, 1.  236.) 

SALMON,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1583. 

SALMON,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1621. 
Matric.  1622;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629;  B.D.  1636.  Fellow, 
1629-34.  V.  of  Stanground,  Hunts.,  1634-c.  54.  Perhaps 
father  of  Samuel  (1671)  and  Robert  (1661). 

SALMON,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  1622. 
Matric.  1622;  B.A.  1625;  M.A.  1629.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
June  4,  1626,  age  23. 

SALMON,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1628 
Matric.  1628;  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635. 


Salt,  Edward 

SAMON,  JOHN.  Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1373. 

SALMOND,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Oct.  1564. 
Perhaps  ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  21,  1570;  R.  of  Haltham, 
near  Homcastle,  Lines.,  1595;  admon.  (Lincoln)  1627.  One 
of  these  names  V.  of  Irbv,  I575,  and  R.  of  Mablethorpe,  1575. 
{Peile,  I.  84.) 

SALMON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  11, 
1654.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Downham,  Suffolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Buckenham,  Norfolk.   Matric.  1654. 

SALMON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  July  8,  1704. 
S.  of  Samuel  (1652).  Bapt.  Dec.  16,  1684,  at  Saxmundham, 
Suffolk.  Matric.  1705;  B.A.  1708-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Mar.  1709-10;  priest,  Dec.  1715.  Licensed  to  teach  at 
Stonham  AspaU  School,  Suffolk,  1710.  R.  of  Mickiield, 
1715-45-  Died  Aug.  14,  1745. 

SALMON,  JOHN  (WYMBERLY).  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi, 
1728.  Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  Michs.  1729;  B.A.  1731-2.  R.  of 
Yaxham,  Norfolk,  1733.  R.  of  Shelton  (united  with  Hard- 
wick,  1775),  1746-79.   V.  of  Tharston,  1762-75.   (Masters.) 

SALMON,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  June  11, 
1690.  Of  Bedfordshire.  S.  of  Thomas,  R.  of  Mappershall. 
B.  Mar.  22,  1674-5-  LL.B.  1695.  Ord.  priest  (Lincohi)  Sept. 
24,  1699;  C.  of  Cottered,  Herts.  For  some  time  C.  of  West- 
mill,  Herts.  Afterwards  a  non-juror.  Extra-hcentiateR.C.P., 
Feb.  3,  1709-10.  Practised  at  St  Ives  and  Bishop's  Stortford. 
Antiquary.  Author  of  antiquarian  and  historical  works. 
Died  Apr.  2,  1742.  Brother  of  William  (1701).  {D.N.B.; 
Munk,  II.  27;  G.  Mag.) 

SALMON,  PAUL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1564;  B..'V.  1568-9.  Probably  the  'Salmon  senior'  adm.  in 
1562. 

SAMAN,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  10,  1590. 

SALMON,  PETER.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1619. 

S.  of  Robert,  of  Leigh,  Essex  (will  (P.C.C.)  1641;  of  Stepney, 

Middlesex).    B.  1602.    Matric.  1618-9;  B.A.  1622-3;  M.A. 

1626.     Fellow,    1622-32.    Incorp.   at  Oxford,    1627.    M.D. 

(Padua)  1630.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1633.  Licensed  to  practise 

medicine,  1632.    F.R.C.P.,  1639.    Physician  to  Charles  I. 

Died  1675.  WiU  dated.  Mar.  29,  1675;  proved,  Nov.  i8, 1675. 

(Munk,  I.  223.) 
SALMON,  ROBERT.  Fellow  of  Gonville  Hall,  1423-33.  Ord. 

acolyte  (Ely)  June  7,  1422. 
SALMON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  23,  1661. 

Perhaps  s.  of  Henry  (1621),  of  Huntingdonshire.    Matric. 

1662.   Perhaps  brother  of  Samuel  (1671). 
SALMON,   ROBERT.    Adm.  sizar  (age   19)   at  Peterhouse, 

June  18,  1672.  Of  London.  School,  Godmanchester.  Matric. 

1672.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  21,  1676;  priest  (London) 

Mar.  7,  1679-80,  'B.A.'   Probably  R.  of  Lees  Parva,  Essex, 

1680-1701;  R.  of  High  Ongar,  1701-33.  Died  1733. 
SALMON   or  SAMMAN,   SAMUEL.    Adm.   sizar  at  Trinity, 

Sept.  11,  1652.   Of  Suffolk.   B.A.  1656-7;  M.A.  i66o.    Ord. 

priest  (Chichester)  Sept.  13,   1660.    C.  of  Stonham  Aspal, 

Suffolk,  1662.   R.  of  Saxmundham,  1662-1707.  Died  May  29, 

buried  (age  75)  at  Saxmundham,  May  31, 1707.  M.I.  Father 

of  John  (1704). 

SALMON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  July  13, 
1671.  S.  of  Henry  (?  1621).  B.  in  Huntingdonshire.  B.A. 
1675-6.  Probably  V.  of  Rothersthorpe,  Northants.,  1686. 
Died  1690.    Perhaps  brother  of  Robert  (1661). 

SALMON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  i, 
1732;  exhibitioner  from  St  Paul's,  London.  S.  of  William, 
of  Milton  Abbot,  Devon.  Matric.  1732;  Scholar,  1732;  B.A. 
1735-6;  M.A.  1739;  LL.D.  1749.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Sept.  19,  1736.  V.  of  Tavistock,  Devon,  and  of  Whitchurch, 
Salop.  Chaplain  to  the  Duke  of  Bedford.  Bishop  of  Ferns, 
1758.  Died  Mar.  19,  1759.  (Musgrave;  St  Paul's  Sdwol 
Register,  79.) 

SALMON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Nov.  3, 
1701.  S.  of  Thomas,  R.  of  Meppershall  (will  P.C.C.  Aug. 
13,  1706).  Bapt.  Aug.  23,  1685,  at  Meppershall,  Beds. 
School,  Buntingford  (Mr  England).  Matric.  1702-3;  Scholar, 
1702;  B.A.  1706-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Aug.  1708; 
priest  (Worcester)  1709.  C.  of  Wickhambrook,  Suffolk. 
Brother  of  Nathaniel  (1690).   {Peile,  11.  151.) 

SALMON, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1562. 

SALMS  (?  SALTUS),  COMES.  M.A.  1615  (on  King's  visit). 

SALOP  or  SALOPBURY,  JOHN  DE.  'King's  Scholar'  at  Cam- 
bridge, 1319.   Probably  brother  of  the  next. 

SALOP  or  SALOPBURY,  RICHARD  DE.  'King's  Scholar'  at 
Cambridge,  1319.   Probably  brother  of  John  (above). 

SALOVIS, -.   Com.  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1468-9. 

SALT,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  4,  1695.  Of 
Derbyshire.  Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1698-9. 


Salt,  James 

SALT,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Mar.  5,  1699-1700.  Of 
Cambridgeshire.  Matric.  1700;  B.A.  1703-4;  M.A.  1707. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  3,  1705;  priest,  May  19,  1706. 
V.  of  Elmstead,  Essex,  1710-6.  R.  of  Carlton,  1720.  R.  of 
Hildersham,  Carabs.,  1736-58.  Died  1758.  Will,  1758. 
Father  of  the  next,  Thomas  (i739)  and  William  (1731-2). 

SALT,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  Nov.  13, 
1734.  S.  of  James  (above),  clerk,  R.  of  Hildersham,  Cambs. 
B.  at  Chesterton.  School,  Bury.  Matric.  1735;  B.A.  1738-9; 
M.A.  1742.  FeUow,  1743.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  23,  i739; 
priest  (Norwich)  Dec.  1741-  R.  of  Hildersham,  Cambs., 
1758-97.  Died  June,  1797,  aged  81.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother 
of  Thomas  (1739)  and  William  (173 1-2). 

SALT,  JOH^f.  Matric.  pens,  from  Sx  John's,  Easter,  1544;  B.A. 
1546-7  (ist  in  the  ordo);  M.A.  1549.  Fellow,  1547.  Fellow 
of  Pembroke,  1555.   Died  1558.   WiU  (V.C.C.)  1558. 

SAULT,  JOHN.  Adm.  (age  19)  at  Magdalene,  June  23,  1666. 
S.  of  Richard,  farmer,  of  Rocester,  Staffs.  School,  Man- 
chester. Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1673-  Ord. 
deacon  (Gloucester,  at  Holbom)  Feb.  27,  1669-70;  priest 
(Lincoln)  Sept.  24,  1670. 

SALT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1694-  Of  Stafford- 
shire. Matric.  Michs.  1695;  B.A.  1698-9.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Audley,  Staffs.  One  of  these  names  died  Sept.  16,  i75i;  of 
Betley,  Staffs. 

SALT,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  June  4. 

1623.  S.  of  WiUiam,  of  Tatenhill,  Staffs.   Matric.  1623;  B.A. 

162&-7;  M.A.  1630. 
SALT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  20,  1660. 

Of  Staffordshire.   Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1663-4.    Perhaps  ord. 

priest  (London)  Dec.  18,  1681,  'M.A.'    One  of  these  names, 

B.A.,  preached  several  limes  at  Oldham,  Lanes.,  1664-6; 

he  was  not  curate  there. 
SALT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  5, 

1739.    S.  of  James  (1699-1700),  R.  of  Hildersham,  Cambs. 

B.  at  Chesterton.  School,  Bury  St  Edmunds.   Matric.  1740; 

B.A.  1742-3;  M.A.  1746.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  May  20, 

1744;   priest  (Canterbury)   Sept.  22,   1745.    V.  of  Nasing, 

Essex,  1761-1806.    R.  of  Hildersham,  Cambs.,  1797-1806. 

Died  Apr.  1806.   Brother  of  the  next  and  of  James  (i734)- 

{Scott-Mayor,  m.  500.) 

SALT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  15, 
1731-2.  S.  of  James  (1699-1700),  R.  of  Hildersham,  Cambs. 
B.  at  Chesterton.  School,  Bury  St  Edmunds  (Mr  Kinsman). 
Brother  of  Thomas  (above)  and  of  James  (i734)- 

SALTER,  ABRAHAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1677;  B.A.  1680-1;  M.A.  1684.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
May,  1684;  priest,  Dec.  1686.  V.  of  Edwardstone,  Suffolk, 
168&-90.  WiU  of  one  of  these  names,  clerk,  of  Stanningfield, 
proved  (Bury)  July  21,  1714- 

SALTER,  ANTHONY.  M.A.  1626  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Devon,  pleb.  Bapt.  July  9,  1600,  at  St  Olave's,  Exeter. 
Matric.  (Exeter  College,  Oxford)  Oct.  24,  1617,  age  17;  B.A. 
1621;  M.A.  1624;  M.B.  and  M.D.  (Oxford)  1633.  Mayor  of 
Exeter,  1664.  An  eminent  physician.  Married  Gertrude, 
sister  of  Baldwin  Acland.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SALTER,  BLAISE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1544.  Of  Essex.  Probably  s.  of  Richard,  of  Salop  (and  Jane, 
dau.  of  John  Sams,  of  Essex).  B.A.  1546-7.  Secretary  to 
John,  Earl  of  Oxford.  Married  Collet,  dau.  of  Richard 
Smyth,  of  Kidderminster,  Worcs.  Died  1601.  Probably 
father  of  Edward  (1581).   (Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664,  App.) 

SALTER,  CHRISTOPHER.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  4, 

1640.  Matric.  1641.  Perhaps  s.  of  Sir  William,  of  Richings, 
Tver,  Bucks.,  Knt.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  7,  1644. 

SALTER,  EDMUND.   Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  1616.   Of  Suffolk. 

Scholar,  1619;  B.A.  1619-20;  M.A.  1623.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely); 

priest,  Feb.  18,  1626-7. 
SALTER,  EDMUND.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  10, 

1641.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Tottington,  Norfolk.  B.  at 
Fressingfield,  Suffolk.  School,  Thetford  (Mr  Ward).  Matric. 
1641;  Scholar,  1642-4;  B.A.  1644-5;  M.A.  1648.  Lord  of  a 
manor  in  Tottington.   (Venn,  i.  341.) 

SALTER,  EDMUND.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  22,  1690. 

Of  Middlesex.   Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1694-5;  M.A.  1716.   Ord. 

deacon   (Lincoln)   Sept.   23,    1694;  priest,  Mar.   5,    1698-9. 

R.    of    Little    Peatling,    Leics.,    1710-22.     R.    of    Carlton, 

Northants.,  1716-7.    R.  of  Carlton  Curlieu,  1717-22.    Died 

Oct.  6,  1722.   Will  (Leicester)  1722.   (Nichols,  11.  545.) 
SALTER,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1577. 

Of  London.   Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  1579-80. 
SALTER,  EDWARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 

1581.    Probably  s.  of  Blaise  (1544).    B.  at  Terling,  Essex. 

B.A.  1584-5;  M.A.   1588;  B.D.  from  King's,  1595.    Ord. 


Salter,  Thomas 

deacon  (London)  Nov.  27,  1591,  age  27;  'C.  of  Shenfield, 
Essex.'  R.  of  Monks  Eleigh,  Suffolk.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1635. 
Father  of  Thomas  (1619). 

SALTER,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1604.  B.  at  Preston,  Lanes.  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  i6ii.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely);  priest  (London)  Dec.  18,  1614,  age  30.  C.  of 
Witham,  Essex.   R.  of  Little  Braxted,  1620. 

SALTER,  EDWARD.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1617-8;  M.A.  1621, 
Slater.  (Perhaps  matric.  from  Sidney,  1614,  as  Psalter.) 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Jan.  i,  1623-4;  'FeUow  of  Clare  H.' 
Perhaps  R.  of  St  John's,  Stamford,  Lines.,  1633. 

SALTER,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  .\pr.  10, 
1620.  S.  of  WiUiam,  of  Tottington,  Norfolk,  deceased. 
School,  Bury  St  Edmunds  (Mr  Dickinson).  Matric.  1620; 
Scholar,  1621-7;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  FeUow,  1627-44, 
ejected.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June  i;  priest,  Sept.  21, 
1634.  University  preacher,  1637.  R.  of  Gt  Casterton, 
Rutland,  1636-46;  sequestered  as  a  delinquent;  of  Tatterset, 
Norfolk,  1649;  of  Little  Massingham,  1662-4.  Buried  there 
May  26,  1664.   WiU  (Norwich)  1664.   (Venn,  1.  249.) 

SALTIER,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 
May  15,  1700.  S.  of  Nathaniel,  R.  of  St  Martin-in-the- 
Vintry,  London.  B.  June  12,  1681,  in  London.  School, 
Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  1700;  B.A.  1703-4;  M.A.  1707. 
Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Feb.  1707-8.  V.  of  Ketteringham, 
Norfolk,  1707-16.  V.  of  Oulton,  1707-16.  R.  of  Cranworth, 
1714-50.  R.  of  South  Burgh,  1714-50.  Died  1750.  Father 
of  the  next. 

SALTIER,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Apr.  26, 

1720.  S.  of  Nathaniel  (above),  clerk,  of  Wymondham, 
Norfolk.  B.  there.  School,  Wymondham  (Mr  Sayer). 
Scholar,  1720-7;  Matric.  1721;  B.A.  1724-5;  M.A.  1720. 
FeUow,  1727-44.  Subscribed  for  deacon's  orders  (Norwich) 
Sept.  24,  1727;  ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  2,  1728.  Master 
of  the  Perse  School,  Cambridge,  1728-32.  R.  of  Ashdon, 
Essex,  1743-91.  Married  Letitia,  dau.  of  Thomhagh  Gurdon, 
Esq.,  of  Letton.  Died  May  7,  1791.  M.I.  at  Ashdon.  {Venn, 
II.  13.) 

SALTER,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June,  1633.  Of 
Devon.  Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640.  V.  of 
Dunsford,  Devon,  1660-6.  WiU  (Exeter)  1666. 

SALTER,  PETER.    Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Dec.  28, 

1721.  Of  Lavenham,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1722;  B.A.  1726-7. 
Perhaps  of  St  Giles',  Colchester,  Essex,  clerk;  wiU  (Comm. 
Essex)  1754. 

SALTER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Feb.  25,  i66o-i. 
Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1661;  Scholar,  1662;  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A. 
1668.  FeUow,  1667-1705.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  24,  1670. 
V.  of  Whittlesford,  Cambs.,  1697-1705.  Died  Oct.  7,  1705. 
Buried  in  the  CoUege  Chapel.  WiU  proved  (V.C.C.)  1705. 
(A.  Gray.) 

SALTER,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1697.  Of 
Essex.  Matric.  1697;  B.A.  1700-1;  M.A.  1704;  D.D.  1728 
(Com.  Reg.).  Ord.  deacon  (Nonvich)  Sept.  1703.  V.  of 
Thorpe  Market,  Norfolk,  1705-9.  V.  of  Thurgarton,  1705-9. 
V.  of  St  Stephen's,  Norwich,  1708,  and  V.  of  St  Saviour's. 
V.  of  Earlham,  1712-4.  R.  of  IBramerton.  Chaplain  to  the 
King,  1725.  Preb.  of  Norwich,  1729-56.  Archdeacon  of 
Norfolk,  1734-56.  Left  Norwich  at  the  age  of  70  and  went 
to  London.  A  member  of  Dr  Johnson's  circle  of  friends. 
Married  Anne  Penelope,  dau.  of  John  Jeffery.  Died  1756. 
WiU  (P.C.C.)  Sept.  1756;  of  Nonvich.  Father  of  the  next. 
(D.N.B.;  Blomefield,  ni.  646.) 

SALTER,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  June  30, 
1730.  Of  Norfolk.  S.  of  Samuel  (1697),  D.D.  B.  June  30, 
1710,  at  Norwich.  Schools,  Nonvich  and  Charterhouse. 
Matric.  1730;  B.A.  1733-4;  M.A.  1737.  FeUow,  1735-8. 
D.D.  (Lambeth)  1751.  Chaplain  to  Lord  Hardwick.  Pteb. 
of  Gloucester,  1739-45.  R.  of  Burton  Goggles,  Lines.,  1740- 
50.  Preb.  of  Norwich,  1745-78.  V.  of  Gt  Yarmouth,  1750-4. 
Preacher  at  the  Charterhouse,  1754-61;  Master,  1761-78. 
R.  of  St  Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange,  London,  1756-78. 
Author,  sermons,  etc.  Died  Mav  2,  1778.  Buried  at  Charter- 
house.  Wm,  P.C.C.   (^fasters■,  G.  Mag.;  L.  Mag.;  D.N.B.) 

SALTER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
i6iq.  4th  s.  of  Edward  (1581),  R.  of  Monks  Eleigh,  Suffolk. 
B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626;  B.D.  1633.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Norwich)  Sept.  23,  1627.  R.  of  Gt  Bromley,  Essex,  1629. 
One  of  these  names  V.  of  Shakerston,  Leics.,  1649-52. 

SALTER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  July  23, 
1646.  Of  Suffolk.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Martin,  of  Battesford, 
Suffolk  (and  EUzabeth,  dau.  of  Thomas  Bowes,  of  Bromley, 
Essex),  and  nephew  of  Thomas  (above).  (Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664.) 

SOLTER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  Dec.  26, 
1654.  S.  of  John,  shoemaker,  of  Derby.  B.  there.  School, 
Derby  (Mr  Brandrith).  Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec, 
12;  priest,  Dec.  13,  1660. 


Salter,  Timothy 

SALTER,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  June  26, 
1701  S.  of  Richard,  of  the  Barbadoes,  West  Indies.  School, 
Greenwich,  Kent  (Mr  Turner).  Matric.  1701.  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  May  26,  1702. 

SALTER,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1612; 
Scholar,  1614. 

SALTER,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1612. 
Buried  at  St  Sepulchre's,  Cambridge,  July  22,  1615. 

SALTER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  23,  1659. 
Matric.  1659;  B.A.  1663. 

SALTER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  25, 
1683.  S.  of  George,  of  London.  School,  Westminster.  Matnc. 
1683;  Scholar,  1684;  B.A.  1686-7.  One  of  these  names 
chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1688. 

SALTER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1690. 
Of  Norwich.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  William,  of  Norwich, 
gent.  Matric.  1690.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  23,  1693. 

SALTER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Trinity,  Nov.  ii, 
1721.  S.  of  WiUiam.  School,  Bolton,  Lanes.  (Mr  Bateman). 
Matric.  1721;  B.A.  1725-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Apr.  9, 
1725.  See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary  namesake. 

SALTER, .  B.A.  1520-1;  M.A.  1524. 

SALTERFORD,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1608. 

SALTMARSH,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1627.  Of  Saltmarsh,  Yorks.  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636.  Ord. 
deacon  (Durham)  1637.  R-  of  Heslerton,  Yorks.,  c.  1639-43- 
V  of  Cranbrook,  Kent,  in  1643.  R.  of  Brasted,  1645-6. 
Chaplain  to  Fairfax's  troops,  1646.  Subsequently  adopted 
Calvinistic  views.  Author,  mystical  and  controversial. 
Buried  at  Wanstead,  Essex,  Dec.  15,  1647.   (D.N.B.) 

SALTMARSH,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
June  I  1638.  S.  of  Edward.  B.  at  Thorganby,  near  York. 
School,  Roecliffe,  near  Boroughbridge  (Mr  Tomson).  Matric. 
1639; B.A.  1641-2. 

SALTMARSH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Sidney, 
May  6,  1636.  3rd  s.  of  William,  Esq.,  of  Strubby,  Lines. 
Schools,  Langton  and  Lincoln.  Matric.  1637.  Died  young. 
(Ltnci.  Pedigrees,  847.) 

SALTMARSH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
May  26, 1665.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  HuU.  B.  there.  School, 
HuU  (Mr  Catlin).  Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1672. 
Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  24,  1670.  V.  of  Westerham,  Kent, 
1673-96.  Married  there  to  Mary  Bootbby,  Feb.  10,  1675-6. 
Buried  Apr.  7,  1696,  at  Westerham.  Admon.,  P.C.C. 

SALTONSTALL,  GABRIEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent, 
1579-80  Perhaps  s.  of  Sir  Richard,  of  South  Ockendon, 
Essex  (and  Susan,  dau.  of  Gabriel  Poj-ntz).  B.A.  from  Clare, 
1582-3.  Entered  as  student  at  Geneva,  1583. 
SALTONSTALL,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  18,  1633. 
Of  Hertfordshire.  S.  of  Sir  Peter,  of  Barkway,  Knt.  (and 
Christian,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Pettus,  of  Rackheath,  Norfolk). 
Bapt.  there,  Oct.  27,  1616.  Matric.  1633.  Had  an  estate 
at  Helion  Bumpstead,  for  which  he  had  to  compound  as  a 
rovalist.  Married  Dorothy,  dau.  of  Thomas  Bendish,  of 
HeUon  Bumpstead,  July  18,  1639.  Buried  at  Barkway, 
Apr.  19,  1649.  Half-brother  of  Richard  (1617).  (Kts.  of 
Herts.,  1634;  Clulterhuck,  in.  363.) 
SALTONSTALL,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Sept.  14, 
1681.  Of  London.  Perhaps  of  South  Ockendon,  Essex. 
(Palin,  More  about  Stifford,  107.) 
SALTONSTALL,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter, 
1603.  Of  Rookes  and  Huntwick,  Yorks.  S.  and  h.  of  Samuel, 
of  Halifax,  Yorks.  (and  Anne  Ramsden)  and  nephew  of  Sir 
Richard,  Lord  Mayor  of  London.  Bapt.  there,  Apr.  4,  1586. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  24,  1605-6.  J. P.  for  West 
Riding,  Yorks.  Knighted,  Nov.  23,  1618.  One  of  the  patentees 
of  the  Massachusetts  Bay  Company,  1629,  when  the  Govern- 
ment of  the  Company  was  transferred  to  New  England, 
emigrated  thither  with  his  family  and  a  retinue  of  servants, 
1630.  Returned  to  England,  1631,  probably  owing  to 
pioneer  hardships  and  also  to  his  displeasure  at  the  intoler- 
ance of  the  Government  of  the  Colony.  His  interest  in  the 
colony  continued  for  many  years.  Went  to  Holland,  1643, 
when  his  portrait  was  painted  by  Rembrandt.  Resided 
latterly  at  Wrexham,  Co.  Denbigh,  and  at  Crayford,  Kent. 
Married  three  wives.  Died  1658.  Admon.  to  his  son  Richard 
(1627)  Oct.  25,  1661.  (F.M.G.,  640;  J.  G.  Bartlett;  D.N.B. , 
where  he  is  wrongly  called  son  of  Sir  Peter.) 
SALTONSTALL,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs. 
1617.  S.  of  Sir  Peter,  of  Barkway,  Herts.,  Knt.  (probably 
by  his  first  wife  Anne,  dau.  of  Edmund  Waller,  of  Coleshill, 
Herts.).  B.  in  Buckinghamshire.  B.A.  1619-20.  Half- 
brother  of  James  (1633).  (Clulterhuck,  in.  600;  but  Sir 
Peter's  ist  wife  is  not  mentioned  in  the  Pedigree  where 
Richard  does  not  occur.) 


Same,  Nicholas 

SALTINSTALL,  RICHARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel, 
Apr.  28,  1627.  Of  Yorkshire.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Richard  (1603), 
of  Huntwick,  Knt.  (by  his  ist  wife  Grace,  dau.  of  Robert 
Kaye,  of  Woodsome  Hall,  Almondbury,  Yorks.).  B.  at 
Woodsome,  Almondbury.  Bapt.  Oct.  i,  1610.  Matric.  1627. 
Emigrated  with  his  family  to  New  England,  1630.  Returned 
to  England  to  study  law,  1631-5.  Married  Muriel,  dau.  of 
Brampton  Gurdon,  Esq.,  of  Assington  Hall,  Suffolk,  1633. 
Returned  to  New  England,  1635.  Settled  at  Ipswich,  Mass., 
and  resided  there  except  during  the  periods  1649-63  and 
1672-80,  when  he  lived  in  England.  Prominent  in  Colonial 
affairs;  served  as  Deputy  to  the  Massachusetts  General 
Court  and  as  an  Assistant  of  the  Colony.  Again  went  to 
England  in  1686,  and  died  at  Huhne,  Manchester,  Lanes., 
Apr.  29,  1694.  A  staunch  advocate  of  civil  liberty,  public 
justice  and  humanitv.  Benefactor  to  Harvard  College. 
Ancestor  of  all  the  Saltonstalls  now  in  America.  {F.M.G., 
640;  Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1612;  J.  G.  Bartlett.) 
SALVAN,  EDMUND.  B.A.  1503-4. 

SALVIN,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  July  4, 
1734.  S.  of  Anthony,  Esq.,  of  Wackerfield,  Durham.  Bapt. 
Feb.  25,  1715-6,  at  St  Oswald's,  Durham.  School,  Durham 
(MrDongworth).  Matric.  1734.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
June  14,  1734.  Migrated  to  the  Inner  Temple,  May  10,  1737. 
Died  1744.  Buried  at  St  Andrew's,  Auckland.  (H.M.Wood.) 
SALVIN,  JARRARD  (GERARD).  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at 
Sidney,  Apr.  10,  1635.  S.  and  h.  of  '  Jarrard'  (Gerard),  Esq. 
B.  at  Croxdale,  Sunderland.  Schools,  Brancepeth  (Mr 
Hutton),  Prideaux-Castle  (Mr  Foster)  and  Durham.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  29,  1635-6.  Colonel  in  the  King's  army. 
KiUed  at  Northallerton,  1644.  (Vis.  of  Durham,  1666;  Le 
Neve,  A/on.,  iv.  loi;  Burke,  L.G.) 
SALEWAY,  JOHN.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1449-52. 
SALWAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  18,  1639. 
Of  Worcestershire.  Matric.  1639.  Possibly  5th  s.  of  Hum- 
phrey, of  Stanford,  Worcs.,  J. P.  If  so,  kiUed  in  the  civil 
wars.  For  an  account  of  his  brother  Richard,  the  Parlia- 
mentarian, see  D.N.B.  (Burke,  L.G.) 
SALWEY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Sept.  30, 
1693.  Previously  matric.  (Christ  Church,  Oxford)  Nov.  3, 
1692.  S.  and  h.  of  Richard,  mercer,  of  London.  B.  there. 
School,  Bovingdon,  Herts,  (private).  Scholar,  1693-5; 
Matric.  1694.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  July  20,  1692. 
(Venn,  1.  493.) 
SAMBEE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  11, 1667.  Matric. 
1667;  B.A.  1670-1;  M.A.  1675.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Sept.  22, 
1672.  Chaplain  to  Robert  Lovell,  of  Liscomb,  Bucks.  V.  of 
Soulbury,  Bucks.,  1672-1728.  V.  of  Bierton,  1683-1728. 
Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1703-28.  Died  Dec.  1728,  aged  80.  Will 
Archd.  Bucks. 
SAMBER,  JAMES  STIRLING.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
May  i8,  1739.  S.  of  Samuel  Legge  (next),  M.D.,  of  Dorset. 
B.  at  Dorchester.  School,  Salisbury.  Matric.  1731;  B.A. 
1742-3;  M.A.  1746;  D.D.  1765.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Feb.  23,  1745-6.  Preb.  of  Salisbury,  i75o-73-  R-  of  St 
Edmund's,  Salisbury,  1754-93-  Sub-dean  of  Salisbury, 
1759-1801.  Died  Mar.  15,  1801.  (Scott-Mayor,  in.  500.) 
SAMBER,  SAMUEL  LEGGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Caius, 
July  1,  1700.  S.  of  Samuel,  medical  practitioner,  of  South- 
ampton. B.  at  Lymington,  Hants.  School,  Southampton 
(Mr  Pocock).  Matric.  1700;  Scholar,  1700-5;  M.B.  1705; 
M.D.  1732.  Doctor  at  Salisbury.  Died  there  Dec.  11,  1761. 
WiU  (P.C.C.)  1762.  Father  of  James  Stirling  (above). 
(Venn,  i.  506;  G.  Mag.) 
SAMBOURNE,  JAMES.  Matric. sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1609. 
SAMBORNE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1659; 

B.A.  1663-4. 
SAMBROOKE,  Sir  JEREMIAH  VANACKER,  Bart.  Adm.  FeU.- 
Com.  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  July  7,  1720.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir 
Samuel,  Bart.,  of  Bush  HiU,  Middlesex,  and  probably  nephew 
of  the  next.  School,  Enfield,  Middlesex  (Dr  Uvedale). 
Matric.  1722;  M.A.  1722.  Succeeded  his  father  as  4th  Bart., 
Dec.  27,  1714.  M.P.  for  Beds.,  1731-40-  Of  Bush  HiU, 
Enfield.  Died  unmarried,  July  5, 1740.  Buried  at  Edmonton. 
(G.E.C.,  IV.  184.) 
SAMBROOK,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's, 
July  4,  1709.  Probably  3rd  s.  of  Sir  Jeremiah,  of  Bush  HiU, 
Enfield,  Middlesex.  M.P.  for  Dunwich,  1726-7;  for  Wenlock, 
1727-34.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  WiUiam  Forester, 
of  Shropshire,  Knt.  Died  at  Bath,  May  19,  1734-  (Clutter- 
buck,  I.  453.) 
SAMCROFT,  see  SEVENICROFT. 

SAME,  NICHOLAS.  B.Can.L.  1500-1;  D.Can.L.  1518-9-  Adm. 
advocate,  June  25,  1521.  Perhaps  R.  of  Radwinter,  Essex, 
1506-27;  V.  of  Gt  ChishaU,  1520-7.  V.  of  Gt  Waltham, 
1524-7.  Died  1527. 


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Same,  Ralph 

SAME,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1579;  B.A.  1582-3;  M.A.  1586.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Dec. 
22,  1587.  V.  of  Binham,  Norfolk,  1592-1603.  V.  of  Narford, 
1592.  R.  of  Cocklhorpe,  1602.  V.  of  Caistor-in-Flegg,  1608. 
Living  in  Nonvich,  1635. 

SAME, .  B.A.  1518-9. 

SAMMES,  ANTHONY.  Adro.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  8,  1593. 
Of  Essex.  Matric.  1593;  B.A.  1595-6-  'S.  of  John,  of  Hat- 
field Peveril,  Essex';  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  9,  1597-8. 

SAMMES,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  29,  1620. 
Perhaps  3rd  s.  of  John,  of  Gt  Waltham,  Essex.  Matric.  1620; 
B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  23; 
priest,  Sept.  24,  1627.  C.  of  Bumham,  Essex,  1637;  R-  of 
Thelnetham,  Suffolk,  1638-^.  V.  of  Bumham  tiU  1657. 
Married,  at  Margaret  Roding,  Essex,  Sept.  25,  1638, 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Stable,  rector.  Died  1657.  Perhaps 
brotherof  Samuel  (1621)  and  William  (1621).  (Vis.  of  Essex, 
1612;  H.  Smith.) 

SAMMES,  AYLETT.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
July  3,  1655.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Kelvedon,  Essex.  School, 
Felsted.  Matric.  1656;  B.A.  1657.  Incorp.  M.A.  at  Oxford, 
1677.  (M.A.  degree  not  found  in  our  records.)  Adm.  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  Oct.  28,  1657.  Ord.  deacon  (Westminster) 
Nov.  1678.  Lived  at  Kelvedon.  Author,  antiquarian.  Died 
c.  1679.   (Peile,  I.  569;  D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SAMS,  ED.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1565.  Prob- 
ably brother  of  Peter  (1565). 

SAMMES,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Michs.  1641. 
Previously  matric.  (Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford)  Oct.  12,  1638, 
age  16.  S.  of  Edward,  of  London,  grocer.  Matric.  1642;  B.A. 
1642-3;  M..'^.  from  Peterhouse,  1646.  Intruded  Fellow  of 
Peterhouse,  1644-52.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  18,  1650. 
Brother  of  WiUiam  (1647).   (T.  A.  Walker,  77.) 

SAMMES,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  July  7, 
1708.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Clapton,  Cambs.  School,  Bunting- 
ford  (Mr  England).  Scholar,  1708-9;  Matric.  1710;  B.A. 
1712-3.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May,  1713.   [Peile,  11.  170.) 

SAMMES,  GERARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Oct.  8, 
1611.  Of  Wickham,  Essex.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  John  (1606), 
Knt.,  of  Langford  Hall,  Essex  (and  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir 
John  Gerrard,  of  London,  Knt.  and  alderman).  School, 
Moreton  (Mr  Goodwin).  Matric.  1612.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Aug.  4,  1613.  Knighted,  June  15,  1616.  Of  Langford 
Hall,  Little  Witham,  Essex,  Knt.  Married  Ursula,  dau.  of 
Arthur  Champemoon,  of  Partington,  Devon.  Died  Apr.  28, 
1630.   {Venn,  i.  214;  Vis.  of  Essex,  1612;  Movant,  i.  388.) 

SAMMES,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  (age  13)  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Michs.  1578;  B.A.  1581-2;  M.A.  1585. 

SAMMES,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  Sept. 
I,  1676.  Of  Middlesex.  School,  St  Paul's.  Matric.  1677-8; 
B.A.  1680-1. 

SAMMES,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1583. 
Of  Essex. 

SAMMES,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1586. 

SAMES,  Sir  JOHN.  M.A.  1606  {nob.).  Doubtless  s.  of  John,  of 
Langford  HaU,  Essex.  Knighted,  .^ng.  6,  1599.  M.P.  for 
Maldon,  1610-1  and  1614.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir 
John  Garrard,  of  London,  Knt.  and  Alderman.  Doubtless 
father  of  Gerard  (i6ii).  (Vis.  of  Essex,  1613.) 

SAMS,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1565. 

SAM,  RICHARD.  B.A.  1536-7- 

SAM,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  July  i,  1645. 
S.  of  Ambrose,  yeoman,  of  AmpthiU,  Beds.  Schools, 
Houghton  Conquest  and  Ampthill  (MrQuarrell).  Matric.1645; 
B.A.  1648-9;  M.A.  1652.    V.  of  Salford,  Beds.,  c.  1667-90. 

SAMMES,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Emmanuel,  Michs. 
1621.  Perhaps  4th  s.  of  John,  of  Gt  Waltham,  Essex.  B.A. 
1627.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Whepstead,  Suffolk,  1650. 
Perhaps  brother  of  Anthony  (1620)  and  William  (1621). 

SAMMES,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1622. 

SAMS,  W.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Mar.  1584-5.  Possibly 
William,  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Gt  Totham,  Essex;  adm.  at 
the  Middle  Temple,  Mar.  24,  1590-r,  'formerly  of  New  Inn.' 
(Peile,  I.  181.) 

SAMMES,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Michs.  1582;  B.A.  1585-6;  M.A.  1589;  LL.D.  from  Trinity 
Hall,  1595.  Adm.  advocate,  Oct.  24,  1601.  Buried  Oct.  15, 
1646,  at  St  Peter,  Paul's  Wharf,  London.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1646. 

SAMMES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1621. 
Perhaps  5th  s.  of  John,  of  Gt  Waltham,  Essex.  B.A.  1624-5. 
Perhaps  brother  of  Anthony  (1620)  and  Samuel  (1621).  (Vis. 
of  Essex,  i6i2.) 


Sampson,  John 

SAMNES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  29,  1647.  S.  of  Edward,  of  London,  grocer.  School, 
St  Paul's.  B.A.  1650-1;  M.A.  1654-  Fellow,  1650  (appointed 
by  Parliament).  Taxor,  1655.  Buried  at  Little  St  Mary's, 
Cambridge,  Apr.  13,  1676.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1676. 
Brother  of  Edward  (1641). 
SAMES,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1650. 
SAMM,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  5, 
1673-4.  ist  s.  of  William,  brewer.  B.  in  London.  School, 
Cambridge  (private).  Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1681. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1682.  Canon  of  Sarum,  1681.  R.  of 
Upwey,  Dorset,  1684-7.  Died  before  Jan.  14,  1687-8. 

SAMFIELD, .  D.D.  1472-3-  A  friar. 

SAMFORD  or  SAMPFORD,  see  also  SANDFORD. 

SAMFORD,  GEORGE.  B.Can.L.  1507-8. 

SAMFORD,  GEORGE.    M.Gram.  1525-6.    ('Bamforth'  in  Gr. 

Bk,  B.) 
SAMFORTH,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1545. 
SAMPFORD,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1569-70. 
SAMPFORD,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 

1570. 

SAMPFORD,  ROBERT.   Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  June  28, 

1578.  Matric.  1578;  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1580-1.   Perhaps 

adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  7,  1583;  of  Essex;  barrister  of 

Clifford's  Inn.    Called  to   the  Bar,   1591.    Bencher,   1610, 

Sandford. 

SAMPSON,  ABRAHAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  23,  1736. 

Of   Leverton,   Notts.     Matric.    1736;   B.A.    1739-40.    Ord. 

deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  21,  1740;  priest  (York)  Sept.  25,  1743- 

SAMPSON,  ALEXANDER.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke, 

Sept.  2,  1704.  S.  of  Augustine,  of  Gainsborough,  Lines.,  gent. 

B.  there.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1704;  B..\.  1708-9; 

M.A.   1712.    Ord.  deacon   (Lincoln)   June  4,   1710.    R.  of 

Skirbeck,  Lines.,  1719- 

SAMPSON,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John  's,  Easter,  1 585 ; 

B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,    1588-9.    Ord.   priest   (LincolD) 

Dec.  7,  1592.   P.C.  of  Ramsey,  Hunts.,  c.  1601-8. 

SAMPSON,  HENRY.    Matric.  pens,  (age  17)  from  Pembroke, 

Easter,   1646.    S.   of  William,  of  South   Leverton,  Notts. 

B.  there,   1629.    Schools,  Atherstone  and  Coventry.    B.A. 

1649-50;   M.A.   1653.    FeUow,   1650.    R.  of  Framlingham, 

Suffolk,  1650-60.  Went  to  Padua,  and  afterwards  to  Leyden. 

M.D.  there,  1668.    Hon.  Fellow,  R.C.P.,  1680.    Practised  in 

London.    Author,  archaeological  and  religious.    Died  s.p., 

July  23,  1700.    Buried  at  Clayworth,  Notts.    Will,  P.C.C. 

Brother  of  WiUiam  (1653-4).   {D.N.B.;  Munk,  i.  410.) 

SAMPSON,  JAMES.   Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 

Eton,   Aug.  20,   1526.    Of  Binfield,   Berks.    Perhaps  s.  of 

Robert.    B.A.  1530;  M.A.  1534.    Fellow,  1529-37.    Brother 

of  Richard  (1519). 

SAMPSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1455; 

B.A.  1459-60. 

SAMPSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1487. 

SAMPSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1498. 

B.  at  Earith,  Hunts.   B.A.  1502-3;  M.A.  1506;  B.D.  1513-4; 

D.D.    1516-7.     Proctor,    1510-1.    Vice-Provost   of   King's. 

Ord.   deacon   (Lincoln)    Mar.   28,    1506.    V.  of   Ring^vood, 

Hants.,  but  died  before  institution.   (Cooper,  i.  22.) 

SAMPSON,  JOHN.  Of  Clare.  B.A.  c.  1503;  M.A.  c.  1508;  B.D. 

1516-7.   Fellow,  Nov.  10,  1503.   Preacher,  1512-3.  1519-20. 

SAMSON,  JOHN.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  Mar.  26, 

1586.   Perhaps  John,  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Kersey,  Suffolk 

(and  Elizabeth  Wingfield).    If  so,  married  Bridget,  dau.  of 

William  Clopton,  of  Groton,  Suffolk.   (Peile,  i.  184.) 

SAMPSON,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  1595-6; 

B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  1603.    Will  (P.C.C.)  of  one  of  these 

names,  of  Poplar,  Middlesex,  clerk,  1612;   mentions  his  son 

'now  in  the  custody  of  Mr  Robert  Durham  (Dereham) 

at  Cambridge.' 
SAMPSON,  JOHN.  Fell.-Com.  at  Peterhouse,  c.  1606.  Perhaps 
the  above,  or  possibly  a  different  man  and  brother  of  Richard 
(1607).   (No  separate  entry  recorded.) 
SAMPSON,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1619; 
B  A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.   One  of  these  names,  's.  and  h.  of 
John,  of  Kersey,  Suffolk,  Esq.,'  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  23, 
1623. 
SAMPSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  24,  1645;  B.A. 

1648-9. 
SAMPSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  July  2,  1669. 
One  of  these  names  s.  and  h.  of  Francis,  of  London,  merchant, 
age  27  in  1681-2.  Married  and  had  issue.  Died  1689,  at 
Barbados.  See  also  Al.  O.xon.  for  a  contemporary  namesake. 
(Oliver,  Antigua,  iii.  68.) 


Sampson,  Joshua 

SAMPSON,  JOSHUA.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  July  4, 
1730.  S.  of  Joshua,  husbandman,  of  Derbyshire.  B.  at 
Teasdale.  School,  Teasdale.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln,  Litt. 
dim.  from  York)  Sept.  22,  1734;  priest,  Oct.  1736.  C.  of  East 
Markham,  Notts.  V.  of  East  Retford,  1752-72.  R.  of 
Kirton,  1766-72.  Died  Mar.  26,  1772. 

SAMPSON,  RICHARD.  B.Can.L.  1481-2. 

SAMPSON,  RICHARD.  B.Civ.L.  1504-5- 

SAMPSON,  RICHARD.  Of  Clement  Hostel  and  Trinity  Hall. 
B.Civ.L.  1506-7;  D.Civ.L.  1512-3.   Perhaps  D.Can.L.  1519- 

20.  Studied  also  at  Paris  and  Sens.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1521. 
Advocate,  1515.  Dean  of  St  Stephen's,  Westminster,  1516. 
Dean  of  the  Chapel  Royal  and  chaplain  to  the  King.  Arch- 
deacon of  Cornwall,  1517-28.  Preb.  of  York,  1519-34. 
Resident  Ambassador  to  Spain,  1522-5.  Dean  of  Windsor, 
1523-36.  V.  of  Stepney,  1527-34.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1527-36. 
Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  until  1534.  Archdeacon  of  Suffolk,  1529- 
36.  Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1533;  Dean,  1533-6.  R.  of  Hackney, 
1534-6.  Treasurer  of  Salisbury,  1535-6.  Bishop  of  Chichester, 
1536-43.  Dean  of  St  Paul's,  1536-40.  Bishop  of  Lichfield 
and  Coventry,  1543-54.  Lord  President  of  Wales,  1543-48. 
Author,  theological.  Died  Sept.  25,  1554.  Buried  at  Eccles- 
hall.  Staffs.   (Cooper,  i.  119;  D.N.B.;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

SAMPSON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  1,  1519.  Name  off  before  1524.  Of  Binfield, 
Berks.  Brother  of  James  (1526). 

SAMPSON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1548. 

SAMPSON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1601; 
B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  22, 
1611.  Perhaps  R.  of  Knossington,  Leics.,  tiU  1639.  Buried 
there  Oct.  30,  1639.  (According  to  Nichols,  u.  658,  Richard 
Sampson  signs  the  Register  from  the  beginning  of  1558,  tiU 
his  death,  in  1639.  But  the  dates  suggest  a  possible  confusion 
of  two  men.) 

SAMPSON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Peterhouse, 
Easter,  1607. 

SAMPSON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
June  28,  1699.  S.  of  Robert,  mercer.  B.  at  Chesterfield, 
Derbs.  School,  Heighington,  Lines.  Matric.  1699;  B.A. 
1703-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  23,  1703;  priest,  Feb.  17, 
1705-6.   V.  of  Cuxwold,  Lines.,  1705.   V.  of  Caboum,  1715- 

21.  Under-master  at  Caistor  School. 

SAMSON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  7,  1645. 
Of  Sussex. 

SAMPSON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Jan.  9,  1670-1. 
Of  Essex.  Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
1676;  priest  (London)  Feb.  24,  1677-8.  V.  of  Gt  Sampford, 
Essex,  1690.  Died  1701.  Will  (Cons.  C.  London);  as  of 
Chigwell.   Father  of  Thomas  (1703). 

SAMPSON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
June  30,  1731.  S.  of  Thomas  (1703),  clerk.  B.  May  30,  1713, 
at  Leigh,  Essex.  School,  Brentwood,  Essex.  Matric.  1731; 
B.A.  1734-5.  OfHadleigh.  Married  Mary  Hubbard,  of  South 
Benfleet,  1739.  Buried  June  9,  1750.  Admon.,  Comm. 
Essex.   (Benton,  Rochford.) 

SAMPSON,  SIMON.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1648. 
B.  at  Kersey,  Suffolk,  1631.  Matric.  1648;  B.A.  1651-2; 
M.A.  1655.  Fellow,  1651-7.  Died  Feb.  14,  1657-8,  of  small- 
pox. 

SAMPSON,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1494-5;  M.A.  1501;  B.D.  1509. 
Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1498.  University  preacher,  1507; 
left  the  College  soon  after.  Benefactor  to  Corpus  Christi. 
(Masters.) 

SAMPSON,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1541-2.  B.  at  Plaj-ford,  Suffolk, 
c.  1517.  M.A.  1549.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1548.  Grace  for 
B.D.  and  D.D.  (Oxford)  1561.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
Feb.  1546-7.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Aug.  10,  1550.  R.  of 
AU  Hallows,  Bread  Street,  1552-3.  Dean  of  Chichester,  1553. 
An  exile  under  Queen  Mary.  Offered  the  bishopric  of 
Norwich,  1560.  Canon  of  Durham,  1560-2.  Dean  of  Christ 
Church,  Oxford,  1561-5.  Master  of  Wigston's  Hospital, 
Leicester,  1567-89.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1570-89.  Author, 
religious;  concerned  in  the  translation  of  the  Geneva  Bible. 
Died  Apr.  9,  1589,  aged  72.  Buried  in  the  Chapel  of  Wigston's 
Hospital.  (Cooper,  11.  43;  Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.,  where  it  is 
stated  that  there  is  no  evidence  of  his  having  taken  a  degree 
at  Cambridge.) 

SAMPSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
May  24,  1703.  S.  of  Samuel  (1670-1),  clerk.  B.  Nov.  24, 
1686,  at  Chigwell,  Essex.  School,  Felsted.  Matric.  1705; 
B.A.  1706-7.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Aug.  8,  1711.  R.  of 
Hadleigh,  Essex,  1713-30.  Married  (i)  at  St  Clement's, 
Oxford,  to  Mrs  Sophia  Smith,  in  1712 ;  (2)  at  Chipping  Ongar, 
Essex,  to  Elizabeth  Hill,  widow.  Buried  Dec.  15,  1739. 
Father  of  Samuel  (1731). 


Sancroft,  W. 

SAMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter, 
1552- 

SAMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Apr.  9,  1608. 
Matric.  1608;  B.A.  1611-2;  M.A.  1615.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  19;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1613.  C.  of  Alwalton, 
Himts.,  1614. 

SAMSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
i5io. 

SAMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs. 
1613. 

SAMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Jan.  24,  1631-2. 
Matric.  1632;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639.  Ord.  deacon  (Nor- 
wich) Sept.  20, 1640.  Probably  minister  at  Swavesey,Cambs., 
in  1648. 

SAMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  (age  17)  from  Pembroke, 
Lent,  1653-4.  S.  of  WiUiam,  of  Leverton,  Notts.  B.A. 
1656-7;  M.A.  1660.  Fellow,  1660.  Chosen  Master  of  Pem- 
broke, 1693,  but  decUned.  Presented  to  Tilney,  1669.  R.  of 
Clayworth,  Notts.,  1672-1702.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  I672-1703. 
Compiler  of  the  'Rector's  Book'  of  Clayworth,  1676. 
(Published,  1910.)  Buried  Nov.  8,  1703,  at  Clayworth. 
Benefactor  to  Pembroke.  Brother  of  Henry  (1646).   (Loder.) 

SAMPSON, .  B.A.  I49CH-1.   Perhaps  John  (1487). 

SAMPSON,   .    Of  Corpus  Christi.    B.A.   1503-4;   M.A. 

i5c'6-7. 

SAMUELL,  ARTHUR.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1559;  Scholar,  1560;  B.A.  1562-3. 

SAMUELL,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1566. 

SAMUEL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1573. 
One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  from  Barnard's  Inn, 
1575- 

SAMUEL,  .    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,   1639.    Of 

Cheshire. 

SAMWAYS,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1634; 
scholar  from  Westminster,  1635.  B.  at  Eltham,  Kent,  1615. 
B.A.  1637-8;  M.A.  1641;  D.D.  1660  (Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1640, 
ejected.  Ord.  deacon  (Rochester)  May  28,  1643;  priest 
(Lincohi)  Apr.  9,  1645.  V.  of  Cheshunt,  Herts.,  ejected. 
R.  of  Maldon,  Beds.,  c.  1657.  Chaplain  to  the  King.  R.  of 
Bedale,  Yorks.,  166CH-93.  R.  of  Wath,  1660-93.  Canon  of 
York,  1668.  Author,  religious.  Died  Apr.  6,  1693.  Buried 
at  Bedale.  M.I.  Benefactor  to  Trinity  College  and  to  the 
parishes  of  Wath  and  Bedale.  (Al.  Westmon.;  D.N.B.; 
Clutttrbuck,  II.  III.) 

SAMWAYS,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  15,  1597. 
Matric.  c.  1597;  B.A.  1600-1;  M.A.  1604.  C.  of  Wherstead, 
Suffolk,  1603-11,  and  of  Bury  St  Edmunds,  c.  1604.  V.  of 
Wherstead,  1611-57.   Died  Sept.  30,  1657. 

SAMWAIES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  4, 
1621.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Bincombe,  Dorset  School, 
Sherborne  (Mr  Grove).  Matric.  1621;  B.A.  1624-5.  Ord. 
deacon  (Sahsbury)  Dec.  18,  1625.  C.  of  Owermoigne,  Dorset. 
V.  of  Hermitage,  near  Sherborne,  1650.  V.  of  Abbotsbury, 
1662.  R.  of  Bincombe,  1664-70.  Died  1670.  (Venn,  i. 
253) 

SAMWELL,  ANTHONY.  B.A.  1625  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
4th  s.  of  Sir  William,  of  Upton,  Northampton,  Knt.,  auditor 
to  Queen  Ehzabeth.  Bapt.  there,  Nov.  18,  1604.  Matric. 
(Trinity  CoUege,  Oxford)  Oct.  26,  1621,  age  17;  B..\.  1623. 
Adm.  at  the  .Middle  Temple,  Apr.  22,  1626.  Of  Dean's  Yard, 
Westminster.  Married  Anne  Heynes,  of  Chessington,  Surrey. 
Living,  1682.  (Al.  Oxon.;  Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  Baker,  i.  225; 
Vis.  of  Nortluints.,  i6i8-g.) 

SAMWELL,  Sir  THOMAS,  Bart.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Corpus 
Christi,  Apr.  20,  1704.  Of  Northamptonshire.  S.  of  Sir 
Thomas,  of  Upton,  Northants.,  Bart.  Bapt.  there  Apr.  14, 
1687.  Matric.  1704;  LL.D.  1717  (Com.  Reg.).  Succeeded  as  2nd 
Bart.,  Mar.  1693-4.  M.P.  for  Coventry,  1715-22.  Of  Upton, 
Northants.  Married  (i)  MiUicent,  dau.  of  Rev.  Thomas 
Fuller,  D.D.,  R.  of  Hatfield,  Herts.;  (2)  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir 
Gilbert  Clarke,  of  Chilcot,  Derbs.,  and  widow  of  WiUiam 
Ives,  of  Bradden,  Northants.  Died  Nov.  16,  1757-  Buried 
at  Upton.   Admon.,  P.C.C.   (Masters;  G.E.C.,  iv.  71.) 

SANCROFT,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  11, 
1613.  Matric.  1613;  B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1620.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Oct.  21;  priest,  Oct.  22,  1620. 

SANCROFT,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Aug.  3, 
1704.   Of  Suffolk.   Matric.  1705. 

SANDCROFT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  10, 
1633.  S.  of  Francis,  of  Fressingfield,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1634. 
Of  Ufford  Hall.  Died  c.  1681.  Brother  of  William  (1633)  and 
probably  father  of  William  (1665).   (G.  Mag.,  1841,  23.) 

SANDCROFTE,  W.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1568. 


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Sancroft,  William 

SANCROFT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  12, 
1596.  Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  Francis,  of  Fressingfield,  Suffolk. 
B.  1582.  Scholar;  B.A.  1600-1;  M.A.  1604;  B.D.  1611; 
D.D.  1629.  Fellow,  1604-16.  Master,  1628-37.  R.  of  Stan- 
ford-le-Hope,  Essex,  1618-28.  Died  at  Bury  St  Edmunds, 
Apr.  1637.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1637.  [Emmanuel  Coll. 
Hist.,  73.) 

SANDCROFT  or  SANCROFT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Em- 
manuel, Sept.  10,  1633.  2nd  s.  of  Francis,  of  Fressingfield, 
Suffolk  (and  Margaret,  dau.  of  Thomas  Boucher,  of  Wilby), 
and  nephew  of  William  (above).  B.  there,  Jan.  13,  1616-7. 
School,  Bury  St  Edmunds.  Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1637-8. 
M.A.  1641;  B.D.  1648;  D.D.  1662  {Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1642- 
51.  Master,  1662-5.  Went  abroad,  1657;  studied  at  Padua. 
Returned  to  England,  1660.  R.  of  Houghton-le-Spring, 
Durham,  1661-4.  Chaplain  to  Charles  II,  1661-78.  Preb. 
of  Durham,  1662-75.  Dean  of  York,  1664-5.  Dean  and 
preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1664-78.  Archdeacon  of  Canterbury, 
1668-70.  Privy  Councillor,  1678-89.  Archbishop  of  Canter- 
bury, 1678-91.  Crowned  James  II,  1685.  Refused  to  serve 
in  the  high  commission  court  established  by  James  II; 
refused  to  read  the  King's  declaration  of  liberty  of  conscience, 
1688.  Signed  with  six  bishops,  the  famous  petition  to  James  II, 

1688.  Imprisoned  in  the  Tower  of  London;  tried  on  a  charge 
of  seditious  libel  and  acquitted.  Signed  the  declaration 
calling  on  William  of  Orange  to  assist  in  procuring  peace 
and  a  'free  parliament,'  1688,  but  opposed  appointmg  him 
king.  Suspended,  1689;  deprived,  1690.  Retired  to  Fressing- 
field. Prepared  the  Memorials  of  Laud  for  the  Press.  Died 
unmarried.  Buried  at  Fressingfield,  Nov.  27,  1693,  aged  77. 
Benefactor  to  Emmanuel.   (D.N.B.) 

SANDCROFT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  25, 
1665.  Of  Suffolk.  Probablys.ofThomas(i633).  Matric.  1665. 
Died  s.p.,  1713.   (<?.  Mag.) 

SANCROFT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  5, 
1700-1.  Of  Suffolk.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Francis,  of  Ufford 
Hall,  Fressingfield,  and  grandson  of  Thomas  (1633).  Of 
Ufford  Hall  and  afterwards  of  Exning.  Married  Catherme, 
dau.  of  Sir  John  Cotton,  of  Landwade,  Bart.  Will  dated, 
1717.    (G.  Mag.) 

SANCTUARY  or  SENTUARY,  JOHN.  B.A.  1470-1.  Of  Norfolk. 
M.A.  1474;  B.D.  1484-5.  Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1474- 
Overseer  of  the  works  at  Gt  St  Mary's,  1502.  R.  of  Land- 
beach,  Cambs.,  1512-6.  WiU  proved  (V.C.C.)  1516.  (Cooper, 
1.  22.) 

SANDALL,  see  also  SENDALL. 

SANDALL,  BENJAMIN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1634.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1640-1.  V.  of  Calverley,  Yorks., 
1662-88.   Died  1688. 

SANDALL,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  14,  1670. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  1681.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Feb.  1674-5;  priest,  Sept.  1681. 

SANDYL  or  SENDALL,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peter- 
house,  July  4,  1595.   Matric.  c.  1595,  Sandyl. 

SANDELL,  RICHARD.  Adm.  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Oct.  19,  1620; 
afterwards  FeU.-Com.  S.  and  h.  of  Edmimd,  gent.,  of  Lynn, 
Norfolk.  B.  at  Waddington,  Yorks.  Schools,  Lynn, 
Chichester  (Mr  Woodhouse)  and  Heidelberg,  Germany 
(private).  Matric.  1620-1.  Migrated  to  Queens'.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  14,  1618-9.   [Venn,  i.  251.) 

SANDAV, .  Adm,  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  June  29,  1664. 

SANDBY,  JOSIAH.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  May  21, 

1689.  Matric.  1689;  B.A.  1692-3;  M.A.  1696.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  May  19,  1695;  'C.  of  Knebworth,  Herts."  R.  of 
Bredicot,  Worcs.,  1696-1711.  Preb.  of  Worcester,  1708-44. 
V.  of  Warton,  Lanes.,  1710-1.  Chaplain  to  the  Duke  of 
Marlborough.  Chaplain,  7th  Dragoon  Guards,  1715.  Died 
1744- 

SANDEMAN,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  i6oi. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Feb.  1607-8. 

SANDERS,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
May  5,  1673.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Inglesham,  Berks,  {sic).  See 
Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary. 

SAUNDERS,  ANTHONY.  M.A.  1668  (Incorp.  from  Christ 
Church,  Oxford).  Student  of  Christ  Church.  Matric.  (Wad- 
ham  College,  Oxford)  Oct.  26,  1660;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1664; 
M.A.  1667;  D.D.  1677.  R.  of  Hollingboume,  Kent,  1666-77. 
Chancellor  of  St  Paul's,  1672-1719-  R-  of  Buxted,  Sussex, 
1674.  R.  of  Acton,  Middlesex,  1677-1719-  Died  1719-20. 
Admon.,  Mar.  1719-20;  of  Buxted.   {Al.  Oxon.;  Hennessy.) 

SAUNDERS,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity, 
June  19,  i68o.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Brentford,  Middlesex. 
School,  Westminster.  Scholar,  1681.  Author,  Tamberlaine, 
a  tragedy,  1681,  acted  at  Oxford  before  Charles  I  and 
honoured  with  an  epilogue  by  Dryden.   {Al.  Westmon.,  190.) 

SAUNDERS,  DANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  27,  1598; 
Scholar;  B.A.  1601-2;  M.A.  1605.  Dixie  Fellow,  1607. 


Sanders,  George 

SAUNDERS,  DRUE.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1492. 

SAUNDERS,  EDWARD.  Educated  at  Cambridge.  S.  and  h.  of 
Thomas,  of  Harrington,  Northants.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  May  3,  1524;  barrister.  Bencher,  1539.  Serjeant- 
at-law,  1540.  M.P.  for  Coventry,  1541;  for  Lostwithiel, 
1547-52;  for  Saltash,  1553.  Recorder  of  Coventry,  1542-53. 
King's  Serjeant,  1547.  Justiceof  the  C. P.,  1553-7.  Knighted, 
Jan.  27,  1554-5.  Chief  Justice  Q.B.,  1557-9-  Chief  Baron 
of  Exchequer,  1558-76.  Married  (1)  Margaret,  dau.  of  Sir 
Thomas  Englefield,  of  Bucks.;  (2)  Agnes  Hussey.  Died 
Nov.  12,  1576.  Buried  at  Weston-under-Weatherley,  Warws. 
M.I.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  Laurence  (1538).  (Cooper,  i. 
359;  D.N.B.;  Baker,  i.  293.) 

SANDERS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Aug.  22, 
1571;  afterwards  Fell.-Com.  Of  Coventry.  S.  of  Francis, 
gent.,  of  Welford,  Northants.  Schools,  Gt  Harborough  and 
Eton.  Matric.  1571.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Jan.  15, 
1575.  Of  Brixworth,  Northants.,  Esq.  Married  Millicent, 
dau.  of  John  Temple,  of  Stowe,  Bucks.,  June  2,  1583. 
Died  Sept.  1630.  Buried  at  Brixworth.  M.I.  Half-brother 
of  Francis  (1596)  and  Matthew  (1593)-   (Venn,  1.  68.) 

SANDERS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Jan.  10,  1617-8. 
B.  in  Cambridgeshire.    Matric.   i6i8;  B.A.   1621-2;   M.A. 

1625,  Sander. 

SANDERS,   EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  July  5, 

1626.  Of  Salisbury.   Matric.  1626-7.   Migrated  to  Queens', 
Apr.  8,  1628. 

SAUNDER  or  SANDERS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at 
St  John's,  Mar.  25,  1669.  S.  of  Edward,  yeoman,  of  Etton, 
Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Halham  (?Halsham),  Sheffield. 
Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
May,  1673;  priest,  Sept.  24, 1676.  Probably  R.  of  Patrington, 
Yorks.,  1682-5.  Buried  there  Nov.  30,  1685. 

SANDERS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  July  r, 
1708.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Wootton,  Warws.  School, 
Coventry  (Mr  Greenway).  Matric.  1708;  B.A.  1711-2. 
Apparently  migrated  to  Exeter  College,  Oxford,  Sept.  29, 
1708.  Matric.  there,  1708,  age  18  (sic),  but  returned  to 
Cambridge. 

SAUNDER,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  25, 
1713.  Of  Leicestershire.  Probably  s.  of  Samuel  (1668). 
School,  Oakham.  Matric.  1713;  Scholar;  B.A.  1716-7;  M.A. 
1722.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  15,  i7i7;  priest  (Norwich) 
Mar.  1722-3.  C.  of  Burley,  Rutland,  1717-  V-  of  Hendon, 
Middlesex,  1726-56.  Died  Aug.  5,  1756.  Probably  brother 
of  Samuel  (1699-1700). 

SAUNDERS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Trinity,  Feb. 
16,  1721-2.  S.  of  Edward,  of  Middlesex.  B.  in  Salop,  1700. 
School,  Charterhouse.  Matric.  1724.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
June  28,  1724.  One  of  these  names  chaplain  in  the  Navy, 
1729- 

SANDERS,  FORTUNATUS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Sidney,  Oct. 
1602;  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1605-6;  M.A.  1610.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  22,  1605;  priest,  Oct.  2,  1608.  Signs 
as  minister  of  Tempsford,  Beds.,  in  1606.  P.C.  of  Upwood, 
Hunts.,  1610-C.  1616;  also  schoolmaster.  Probably  R.  of 
Newton  Toney,  Wilts.;  will  (Cons.  C.  Sarum)  1633. 

SAUNDERS,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1566. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Francis,  of  Welford,  Northants.  Died  1586. 
(Peile,  I.  97.) 

SAUNDER,  FRANCIS.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1579-80. 

SANDERS,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  c.  1595. 
Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  11,  1601-2. 

SAUNDERS,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Magdalene, 
c.  1596.  Probably  s.  of  Francis,  of  Welford,  Northants. 
Bapt.  there,  Aug.  14,  1580.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
Feb.  21,  1600-1.  Of  Syresham,  Northants.  Married  Frances, 
dau.  of  Peter  Andrew,  of  Syresham.  Living,  1619.  Doubtless 
brother  of  Matthew  (1593)  and  half-brother  of  Edward  (i57i)- 
(Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618;  Nichols,  11.  792.) 

SANDERS,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  June,  1602 ; 
B.A.  1605-6,  Sander. 

SAUNDERS,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
June  27,  1617.  S.  of  Sir  Matthew  (1593),  of  Shangton,  Leics., 
Knt.  Bapt.  there,  Feb.  5,  1599-1600.  Matric.  1617.  'Circa 
festum  Paschalis  1620  clam  se  subito  subduxit  atque  in 
Gallias  temere  profectus  est'  {Coll.  Register).  Succeeded  his 
father  at  Shangton,  1622.  High  Sheriff  of  Leics.,  1634.  Sold 
Shangton  to  Sir  Justinian  Isham,  Bart.,  in  1636.  (J.  H.  Hill, 
Church  LangtOH.) 

SAUNDER,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene, 
June  II,  1652.  S.  of  Francis,  of  Hullbank,  Cottingham, 
Yorks.   School,  Beverley.   Matric.  1652. 

SAWNDERS,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Gonville  Hall, 
Easter,  1544. 


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Sanders,  George 

SANDERS,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 

1631;  Scholar,  1632;  LL.B.  1636. 
SANDERS,  HENRY.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  c.  1595.   One 
of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  Bartholomew,  of  Minster,  Kent, 
gent.,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  22,  1598.    Married  Jane 
Parramore,  of  Canterbury,  Dec.  15,  1607.    Buried  Oct.  9, 
1637,  aged  63,  at  Canterbury.  (H.  G.  Harrison.) 
SANDERS,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Jan.  30, 
1668-9.    S.  of  Henry.    B.  at  Bishop's  Stortford.    School, 
Bishop's  Stortford  {Mr  Leigh  and  afterwards  Mr  Cudworth). 
Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Ord.  priest  (London) 
June,  1680.   Probably  R.  of  Nettleswell,  Essex,  1680-1716. 
Died  1716.  (Peile,  11.  18.) 
SAUNDERS,  HENRY.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  1687. 

Matric.  Easter,  1688;  B.A.  1690-1. 
SAUNDERS,  HUMPHREY.    M.A.  from  Trinity,  1665.    Prob- 
ably s.  of  Humphrey,  R.  of  Holsworthy,  Devon.    Matric. 
(Exeter  College,  Oxford)  Mar.  22,   1658-9  [der.  fit.);  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1662.   Probably  ord.  priest  (Carlisle)  May  20,  1667. 
V.  of  Netherbury,  Dorset,   1667-73-    Died  Oct.  27,   1673. 
aged  33.    M.L  at  Netherbury.    {Al.  Oxon.;  F.  S.  Hocka- 
day.) 
SAUNDERS,  JAMES,  alias  GOODWIN.    Adm.  at  King's,  a 
scholar  from  Eton,    1641.    B.   at  Egham,   Surrey,    1624. 
Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1644-5;  M.A.  1648;  D.D.  1660.   Fellow, 
1644-52.    V.   of   Ringwood,   Hants.,   1652.     Died   1670-1. 
Father  of  the  next.   (Harwood.) 
SANDERS,  JAMES.  Adm.  at  Jesus,  Feb.  17,  1672.  S.  of  James 
(1641).  B.  at  FUngwood,  Hants.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6. 
Fellow  of  King's,  1675. 
SANDER,  JOHN.  B.A.  1474-5- 

SAUNDERS,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Aug.  6, 
1604.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Richard,  of  Marston  Pillings, 
Beds.  Adm.  at  Lincohi's  Inn,  May  31,  1606.  Knighted, 
Apr.  19,  1624.  Of  Marston  Moretaine,  Beds.  Married  Eliza- 
beth, dau.  of  Francis  Roberts,  of  Willesden,  Middlesex. 
Probably  father  of  John  (1631-2).  (Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634.) 
SAUNDERS,  JOHN.  M.A.  1607  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Richard,  of  Long  Marston,  Bucks.,  gent.  Matric.  (Oriel 
College,  Oxford)  Jan.  26,  1598-9,  age  18;  B.A.  1601-2; 
MA  1605;  M.B.  and  M.D.  1628.  Principal  of  St  Mary  Hall, 
1632-44.  Provost  of  Oriel,  1644-52.  Died  Mar.  20,  1652-3. 
Buried  in  the  College  Chapel.  (Al.Oxon.;  Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634; 
Lipscomb,  i.  336,  385.) 
SANDERS,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Feb. 
28,  1631-2.  S.  of  Sir  John  (1604),  Knt.,  of  Marston  Pillings, 
Beds.  B.  at  Willesden,  Middlesex  (his  mother's  home). 
Schools,  Thurlow,  Beds.  (Mr  Lloyd)  and  Clifton  (Mr  Bedford). 
Matric.  1632.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  2,  1635.  Of 
Sapperton,  Lines.  Married  Ursula,  dau.  of  Richard  Taylor, 
of  Clapham,  Beds.,  Sept.  8,  1635.  Father  of  John  (i66i). 
{Lines.  Pedigrees,  854;  Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634.) 
SANDERS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1636. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Woolston,  Berks.;  age  44  in  1664. 
Matric.  1636;  B.A.  1639-40.  {Genealogist,  vi.  86.) 
SANDERS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  1644.  Matric.  1645; 

B.A.  1647-8;  M.A.  1652. 
SAUNDERS,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  16, 
1661.    S.  of  John   (1631-2),  gent.    B.  at  Clapham,  Beds, 
(his  mother's  home).    Schools,  Hargrave,  Northants.  and 
Sleaford,  Lines.    Matric.  1661.    Perhaps  adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  June  3,  1662.    Died  Dec.  12,  1693.   Buried  at  All 
Saints',  Stamford.  {Lines.  Pedigrees,  854.) 
SANDERS,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1710. 
Perhaps  preb.  of  Lichfield,  1673,  and  R.  of  Broome,  Staffs., 
1691. 
SAUNDERS,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May  3, 
1671.    S.  of  Richard  (?  1639-40),  R.  of  Kentisbeare,  Devon. 
School,  Tiverton.  Matric.  1671;  Scholar,  1673;  B.A.  1674-5; 
M.A.  1678.  Fellow,  1678.  Taxor,  1683. 
SAUNDERS,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  23,  1673. 

Matric.  1675-6. 
SAUNDERS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Sept.  9,  1706.  Of 
Stagordshire.  Matric.  1707;  LL.B.  from  Trinity  Hall,  171 2. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1711.  V.  of  Burton  with  Bulcote, 
Notts.,  1719. 
SAUNDERS,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June 
28,1712.  S.  of  John,  tailor.  B.  at  Marlborough,  Wilts.  Bapt. 
there,  Feb.  7,  1694-5.  School,  Marlborough.  Matric.  1712; 
B.A.  1715-6;  M.A.  1721.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely,  Liit.  dim.  from 
Gloucester)  Mar.  17,  1716-7.  C.  of  Iron  Acton,  Gloucs., 
I7i7-[i720]. 


Sanders,  Robert 

SAUNDERS,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Nov. 

26,  1743.    S.  of  John,  of  Wiltshire.    B.  at  Marlborough. 

School,    Marlborough.     Matric.    i743;   B.A.    1747-8.     Ord. 

deacon  (Lichfield)  Dec.  23,  1750;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1751.  V. 

of  Carswell,  Staffs.,  i773-9i-  {Scott-Mayor,  in.  54°-) 
SANDERS,  JULIUS.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  19, 

1678.  Of  Warwickshire.  3rd  s.  of  Francis,  of  Bedworth, 
Warws.  Age  23  in  1682.  Started  a  nonconformist  church 
at  Bedworth,  in  1686.  {Vis.  of  Warws.,  1682.) 

SAUNDERS,  LAURENCE.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  1538.  2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Harrington,  Northants. 
Perhaps  B.A.  1541-2;  M.A.  1544.  Divinity  lecturer  at 
Fotheringay  College.  Preb.  of  York,  1552-4-  R-  of  All 
Hallows,  Bread  Street,  London,  1553-4-  R-  of  Church 
Langton,  Leics.,  1554.  Condemned  for  heresy  and  burnt  at 
Coventry,  Feb.  8,  1554-5.  Brother  of  Edward,  judge. 
{Cooper,  1. 122;  D.N.B.;  Nichols,  n.  792;  J.  H.  Hill,  Langton, 
61.) 

SANDERS,  LUKE.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1634.  Of  Essex.  B.A.  1638-9;  M.A.  1642.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Jan.  15,  1661-2;  priest,  Sept.  21,  1662.  R.  of 
Radwell,  Herts.,  1647-79.    V.  of  Norton,  till  1679.    Died 

1679.  (Shaw,  I.  339.) 

SANDERS,  MARK.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1565. 
Of  Ely,  Cambs.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  21,  1569,  age  22; 
priest.  Mar.  22,  1569-70.  V.  of  Elm  and  Emneth,  Cambs., 
1570.  R.ofStGeorge,  Canterbury,  1574-86.  V.  of  Benenden, 
Kent,  1579-86.  Died  1586.  Perhaps  brother  of  the  next. 

SANDERS,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1581.  Of  Ely,  Cambs.  Migrated  to  Queens',  15S4.  B.A. 
1584-5;  M.A.  1588;  B.D.  from  Pembroke,  1595.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1603.  R.  of  Bamston,  Essex,  1610.  Married  Eliza- 
beth, dau.  of  Henry  Fletcher,  R.  of  Little  Easton,  Essex, 
Aug.  16,  1611.  Buried  at  St  Michael's,  Comhill,  London, 
Aug.  24, 1629.  Admon.,  Cons.  C.London.  Father  of  Matthew 
(1632)- 

SAUNDERS,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
May  5,  1593.  S.  of  Francis,  Esq.  (by  his  3rd  wife  Frances 
Pope),  of  Welford,  Northants.  Schools,  Leicester  and  Eton. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  21,  1594.  Knighted,  Sept. 
2,  1617.  Of  Shangton,  Leics.  Married  Margaret,  dau.  of 
Henry  Skipwith,  of  Coates,  Leics.  Died  Apr.  13,  1622, 
at  Shangton.  M.I.  Brother  of  Francis  (1596),  half-brother 
of  Edward  (1571)  and  father  of  Francis  (1617).  {Venn,  1. 149; 
Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618.) 

SAUNDERS,  MATTHEW,  Adm.  sizar  (age  i8)  at  St  John's, 
May  25,  1632.  S.  of  Matthew  (1581),  clerk,  R.  of  Bamston, 
Essex.  B.  there.  School,  Felsted. 

SAUNDERS,  NICHOLAS.  B.D.  1537-8.  FeUow  of  Queens*. 
1527-35- 

SAUNDERS,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  King's,  Michs.  1565. 

SANDERS,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  4, 
1597.  S.  of  John.  Bapt.  Jan.  25,  1581-2,  at  Tawstock, 
Devon.  School,  Barnstaple.  Scholar,  1598-1604;  B.A. 
1600-1;  M.A.  1604.  Fellow,  1606-10.  University  Examiner, 
1608.   (Venn,  i.  162.) 

SANDERS,  PETER.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1635.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  B.A.  1638-9;  M.A.  1642.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Aug.  7,  1645.  V.  of  Swaton  and 
Spanby,  Lines.,  1663.  Father  of  Samuel  (1668). 

SAUNDERS,  PHILIP.  Matric.  sizar  from  Sidney,  Michs.  1601. 
B.  at  Debden,  Essex.  B.A.  1605-6.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Mar.  19,  1608-9,  age  23;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1610.  C.  of  Layer 
Bretton,  Essex.  C.  of  Hutton,  1622-34,  suspended  by  the 
Bishop.  Sequestered  to  Magdalen  Laver,  1645-52.  Married 
Alice,  dau.  of  William  Greene,  of  Chelsworth,  Suffolk,  June  4, 
1622.  Died  1652.   (H.  Smith.) 

SAUNDERS,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  12,  1639. 
Of  Buckinghamshire.  Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1642-3. 

SANDER  or  SAUNDER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at 
Caius,  Jan.  17,  1639-40.  S.  of  Richard,  gent.,  of  South  Lynn, 
Norfolk.  B.  there.  School,  South  Lynn  (Messrs  Rawlinson 
and  Bell).  Matric.  1640;  Scholar,  1640-7;  B.A.  1643-4; 
M.A.  1647.  Perhaps  R.  of  Kentisbeare,  Devon,  in  1655;  if 
so,  father  of  John  (1671).   (Venn,  i.  337.) 

SAUNDERS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  1591.  B.  at  Hambledon,  Bucks.,  c.  1573.  B.A.  1595; 
M.A.  1599.  Fellow,  1594-1607.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1599. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1607;  priest  (London)  Sept.  25, 
1608.  Master  of  the  School  at  Wakefield,  Yorks.,  1607 
(elected,  July  20;  resigned,  Oct.  22,  1607).  R.  of  Arborfield, 
near  Reading,  Berks.,  1608.  (Harwood;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

SANDERS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  1676. 
Matric.  Easter,  1677;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1685.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Feb.  1680-1;  priest,  Dec.  1686. 


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Sanders,  Roger 

SAUNDERS,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  29,  1682. 
Previously  matric.  (Trinity  College,  Oxford)  Apr.  i,  1680, 
age  16.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Shaftesbury,  Dorset.  Matric.  1682; 
B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1683.  V.  of  Charlton  Horethome, 
alias  Canfield,  Somerset,  1687-93.   Died  1693. 

SANDERS,  SAMUEL.  Resided  three  years  at  St  John's.  B.  at 
South  Kirby,  Yorks.,  c.  1S63.  Ord.  priest  (York);  preacher 
(Norwich).  Of  Northbrook,  Norfolk,  1585.  V.  of  Gt  Hale, 
Lines.,  1599-C.  1617.   Will  (Lincoln)  1617-8. 

-  SANDERS,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  May  7, 
1659.  S.  of  Thomas,  colonel  in  the  Parliamentary  army. 
B.  May  27,  1641,  at  Little  Ireton,  Derbs.  School,  Repton. 
Matric.  1659.  Refused  to  take  the  oath  for  his  B.A.  degree 
in  1661.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  3,  1663.  Of  Little  Ireton. 
Married  three  wives.  Died  at  Normanton-on-Soar,  Sept.  16, 
1688.  Buried  in  Mugginton  Church.  (F.M.G.,  441;  Peile, 
I.  585.) 
SAUNDER  or  SAUNDERS,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at 
Sidney,  June  3,  1668.  S.  of  Peter  (1635),  R.  of  Swaton, 
Lines.  Schools,  Charterhouse  and  Uppingham.  Matric.  1668; 
B.A.  1671-2;  M.A.  1675.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  23, 
1672-3;  priest  (Peterb.)  May  25,  1673.  Probably  V.  of 
Burley-on-the-Hill,  Rutland,  1681.  Died  1725.  Probably 
father  of  the  next  and  of  Edward  (1713)-   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

SAUNDER,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Mar. 
19,  1699-1700.  S.  of  Samuel  (?  above),  clerk.  B.  at  Burley- 
on-the-Hill,  Rutland.  School,  Rugby.  Matric.  1700;  B.A. 
1703-4;  M.A.  1707;  D.D.  1722.  Fellow,  1707-10.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  10,  1705-6;  priest.  Mar.  9,  1706-7. 
R.  of  Saxelby,  Leics.,  1707-9.  Head  Master  of  Sedbergh, 
1709-41.  V.  of  Wheldon  and  Hutton  Buscel,  Yorks.,  1740. 
Died  Nov.  I,  1741.  Buried  at  Westminster.  Probably  brother 
of  Edward  (1713).   (Scott-Mayor;  Nichols,  iii.  483.) 

SAUNDERS,  SAMUEL  TOBIAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  1741.  S.  of  Dr  Erasmus  Saunders,  V.  of  Blockley, 
Worcs.,  1705-24.  B.  there,  1723.  Matric.  Michs.  1742;  B.A. 
1746-7.  Fellow,  1745.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  21,  1746. 
Died  in  Worcestershire,  1748. 

SAWNDERS,  SAUL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1550 
(impubes). 

SAUNDERS,  STEPHEN.  B.D.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1450. 
Confessor  of  Syon  monastery.  Benefactor  to  Pembroke. 
(Loder.) 

SANDER,  STEPHEN.  B.A.  1462-3;  M.A.  1467-8.  Fellow  of 
Pembroke,  1470. 

SANDERS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1586. 

SAUNDERS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Dec. 
28,  1587.  Matric.  1588.  One  of  these  names,  'of  Sibbertoft, 
Northants.,'  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1589-90;  a  near 
relation  of  Sir  Chr.  Hatton. 

SAUNDERS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Easter, 
1602;  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.  V.  of  Bourn,  Cambs., 
1612-38.  V.  of  Caldecote,  1638-44,  ejected.  (Peile,  i. 
241.) 

SAUNDERS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  King's,  Easter, 
1613.  Perhaps  s.  of  Richard,  of  Denton,  Bucks,  (by  his 
2nd  wife  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  WiUiam  Blount,  of  Leicester- 
shire). If  so,  knighted,  Mar.  12,  1622-3.  Of  Agmondisham, 
Bucks.  Married  Alice,  dau.  of  Sir  David  Watkins,  of  Fam- 
borough,  Hants.   (Vis.  of  Bucks.,  1634.) 

SANDERS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  17, 
1631-2.   Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1632. 

SANDERS,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Nov.  18,  1648. 

Of  Worcestershire. 
SAUNDERS,  WALTER.  B.Can.L.  1492-3. 
SAUNDERS,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1524-5;  M.A.  1528. 
SAUNDERS,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar 

from  Eton,   .^ug.   12,   1524.    Of  .^mersham,   Bucks.    B.A. 

1528-9;  M.A.  1532-3.   Fellow,  1527-37.   Proctor,  1535-6. 
SAUNDERS,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1550.   B.  in  London.   Scholar,  1550,  Sawnders.   Ord.  deacon 

(London)  Apr.  23,  1569,  age  37.  V.  of  Blakesley,  Northants., 

1569.   Buried  there  Aug.  i8,  1585.   (T.  P.  Dorman.) 
SAUNDERS,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 

Easter,  1579. 
SAUNDERS,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Oct.  i6or.   B. 

at  Kimbolton. 
SAUNDERS,   WILLIAM.    Adm.    pens,   at  Sidney,  July    12, 

1615.    B.  in  Middlesex.    Matric.  1615;  B.A.  1618-9;  M-A. 

1622. 

SANDERS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  May  23, 
1672.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679. 


Sanderson,  George 

SAUNDERS,  WILLIAM  BILL.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall, 
Jan.  8,  1707-8.  Matric.  1707;  B.A.  i7it>-i;  M.A.  1714.  Head 
Master  of  Nottingham  Grammar  School,  1719-c.  31. 

SANDERS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  i,  1723- 
Of  Hertfordshire.  Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1726-7;  M.A.  1766. 
Perhaps  V.  of  Albury,  Herts.,  1733-92.  Probably  R.  of 
Hunsdon,  1766-73.  Died  1792. 

SAUNDERS,  ZACHARIAH.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Michs.  1581;  B.A.  1585-6;  M.A.  1589.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Jan.  1,  1588-9;  priest,  Nov.  13,  1590.  Master  of  Rivington 
School,  Lanes.,  1589.  V.  of  Bolton-le-Moors,  1595-8.  V.  of 
Sturton,  Lines.,  1598.  V.  of  Poslingford,  Suffolk,  1599-1601; 
deprived.  V.  of  Clee,  Lines.,  1600-3.  (E.  Axon.) 

SANDERS, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1554. 

SANDERS, .  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  1644. 

SAUNDERS, .  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1655.   Of  London. 

SAUNDERS, .  Adm.  at  Pembroke,  June  14,  1658. 

SANDERS, .  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  July  7,  1685. 

SANDERSON,  AMBROSE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  7,  1669.  S.  of  George  (1640),  clerk,  of  Gainford, 
Durham.  Bapt.  there,  Mar.  2,  1652.  School,  Brignall 
(Mr  Johnson).  Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672-3.  (Walbran, 
Gains  ford,  85.) 

SANDERSON,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke, 
June  21,  1673.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Serlby,  Notts.,  Esq.  (and 
Mary,  dau.  of  Anthony  Topham,  Dean  of  Lincolii).  Matric. 
1673.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Apr.  26,  1676.  Married 
Jane,  dau.  of  Reason  Mellish.  Buried  at  Harworth,  Mar.  23, 
1687-8.   Brother  of  Robert  (1673).   (J.  Raine,  B/y«A.) 

SANDERSON,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  15, 
1675-6.  Of  Northamptonshire.  5th  s.  of  William,  of  Stoke 
Doyle,  Northants.  Bapt.  Dec.  14,  1658,  at  Pilton.  Matric. 
1676;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683;  B.D.  1690;  D.D.  1700. 
Fellow,  1685-92.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1699.  R.  of  Thorpe 
Achurch,  Northants.,  with  Thorpe  Waterville,  1715-37.  V. 
of  Little  Addington,  1720-37.  Married  (i)  Elizabeth 
Saunderson  (his  cousin),  Sept.  lo,  1692;  (2)  Anne  Sansbury, 
Dec.  9,  1700.  Buried  at  Little  Addington,  Dec.  5,  1737. 
Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1738.  Father  of  John  (1722).  (Al.  Oxon.; 
Vis.  of  Northants.,  1682;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

SANDERSON,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  4,  1749. 
2nds.of  John  (1722).  Bapt.  Feb.  2,  1730-1,  at  Little  Adding- 
ton, Northants.  Matric.  1750;  B.A.  1753.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  June  17,  1753;  priest.  May  25,  1755.  R.  of  Bam- 
well  St  Andrew,  Northants.,  1757-80.  Married  Sarah  Moore, 
of  Peterborough.  Died  at  Barnwell,  1780.  Brother  of  John 
(1749).   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

SANDERSON,  CHRISTOPHER.  B.A.  1472-3. 

SAUNDERSON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's, 
Feb.  1579-80;  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  1587.  R.  of  Lichborough, 
Northants.,  1598.  Buried  there  Jan.  29, 1631-2.  Will,  P.C.C. 
(Peile,  I.  158;  Bridges,  1.  77.) 

SANDERSON,  CLEMENT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent, 
1577-8. 

SANDERSON,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs. 
1609. 

SANDERSON,  ELISHA.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  3,  i66r. 
Of  Derbyshire.  Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  1668. 
V.  of  Saltby,  Leics.,  1678-80.  Died  at  Bottesford,  c.  1680. 
(Nichols,  II.  306-7.) 

SANDERSON,  GABRIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  11, 
1640.  Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1644-5;  M.A.  1648.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1648. 

SANDERSON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  10,  1640.  S.  of  William,  of  Sedbergh,  shoemaker,  lately 
deceased.  B.  there.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1640.  R.  of 
Croglin,  Cumberland,  1671-91.  V.  of  Kirkoswald,  1671-85. 
At  Gainford,  Durham,  c.  1649-56,  and  at  Forcett,  Yorks., 
in  i66r.  Died  1691.  Father  of  .\mbrose  (1669).  (B.  Night- 
ingale, 343,  416;  Walbran,  Gainsford,  85.) 

SANDERSON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Caius, 
May  27,  1646.  S.  of  George,  of  Washingborough  and  Aby 
Grange,  Lines.,  and  grandson  of  Nicholas,  1st  Viscount 
Castleton.  B.  in  London.  School,  Newport,  Essex  (Mr 
Woolley).  Matric.  1646.  Of  South  Thoresby,  Lines.  Married 
Frances,  dau.  of  Sir  Henry  Massingberd,  Bart.,  of  Gunby. 
Buried  at  South  Thoresby,  Dec.  6,  1680.  Father  of  George 
(1679-80).   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  859.) 

SANDERSON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  18,  1658. 
Doubtless  s.  of  George,  of  Grainthorpe,  Lines.  Bapt.  Aug. 
20,1640.  Of  Grainthorpe,  Esq.  Married  and  had  issue.  Died 
1663.  Will  dated,  July  17;  proved,  Nov.  23,  1663.  (Lines. 
Pedigrees,  856.) 


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Sanderson,  George 

SANDERSON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  Jan.  30, 
1679-80.  S.  of  George  {1646),  of  South  Thoresby,  Lines., 
Esq.  Bapt.  there,  Mar.  9,  1660-1.  School,  Alford.  Matric. 
1680;  M.A.  1682  {Com.  Reg.).  Married  Frances,  dau.  of 
George  Saunderson,  of  Louth.  Buried  Oct.  5,  1688.  (Lines. 
Pedigrees,  859.) 

SAUNDERSON,  HENRY.  B.A.  1531-2.  Of  York  diocese.  S.  of 
Christopher,  of  Beverley,  draper.  M.A.  1535-6;  B.D.  1545. 
Fellow  of  St  John's,  1533.  Proctor,  1538-9.  Will  proved 
(V.C.C.)  1545- 

SANDERSON,  ISAAC.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Jan.  10,  1638-5. 
Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  1639;  Scholar,  1640;  B.A.  1642-3. 
Inc.  of  Plumstead,  Kent,  1647. 

SANDERSON,  JAMES.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Magdalene, 
Nov.  19,  1681.  8th  s.  of  George,  Viscount  Castleton  (and 
Grace,  dau.  of  Henry  Belasj'se).  B.  at  Sandbeck,  Yorks. 
School,  Laughton,  Yorks.  Matric.  1681.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Apr.  15,  1686.  M.P.  for  Newark,  1698-1700  and  1701- 
10.  Vice-admiral  of  Lines.,  1705.  Succeeded  his  father  as 
5th  Viscount  (Ireland),  1714.  Created  Baron  Saunderson  of 
Saxby,  Lines.,  Oct.  19,  1714;  Viscount  Castleton  of  Sand- 
beck,  Yorks.,  July  2,  1716,  and  finally  Earl  Castleton  of 
Sandbeck,  July  18,  1720.  Died  s.p.,  May  23,  1723.  Brother 
of  Thomas '(1681).   (G.E.C.) 

SANDERSON,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16  sw)  at  St  John's, 
Aug.  24,  1683.  S.  of  Christopher.  B.  Dec.  19,  1664,  at 
Egglestone,  Durham.  School,  Charterhouse.  Matric.  1684; 
B..A..  16S7-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Carlisle,  Litt.  dim.  from  Durham) 
June  7,  1691;  priest  (Durham)  Sept.  25,  1692.  P.C.  of 
St  Nicholas,  Durham,  1 688-1 702.  Married  Aug.  8,  1699,  to 
Jane  Rutter,  at  St  Margaret's,  Durham.  Died  s.p.  Brother 
(twin)  of  Joseph  (1683)  and  Robert  (1683)  and  half-brother 
of  Philip  (1659).   {F.M.G.,  872;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

SAUNDERSON,  JOHN.   B.Can.L.  1508-9. 

SANDERSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1554. 
Of  Lancashire.  Scholar,  1555;  B.A.  1557-8;  M.A.  1561. 
Fellow,  1560.  Logic  reader,  1562.  Expelled  for  'super- 
stitious doctrine.'  Proceeded  to  Rome  and  then  to  France, 
Subsequently  retired  to  Flanders.  Student  at  Douay,  1570, 
where  he  was  created  D.D.  Ord.  priest  at  Douay.  Divinity 
Professor  in  the  English  College  at  Rheims,  1580.  Canon  of 
Cambrai.  Author,  theological.  Died  at  Cambrai,  1602 
(?  1610).  Perhaps  brother  of  Lawrence  (1560).  {Cooper,  11. 
351;  D.N.B.) 

SANDERSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1616. 
Probably  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Little  Addington,  Northants., 
Esq.  Age  17  in  1618.  B.A.  1619-20.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Nov.  I,  1619.  Probably  brother  of  Laurence  (1622).  {Vis. 
of  Northants.,  1618.) 

SANDERSON,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May  20, 

1662.  S.  of  John,  Esq.  B.  at  Tempsford,  Beds.  School, 
Sutton  (Mr  Bankes) .  One  of  these  names  buried  at  Tempsford, 
Jan.  12,  1674.   {Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634,  194.) 

SANDERSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Sept.  17,  1678. 
S.  of  Theophilus,  of  Little  Addington,  Northants.  B.  Apr.  17, 

1663.  School,  Oundle.  Matric.  1679.  Migrated  to  Emmanuel, 
May  25,  1680.  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A.  1686.  Died  1687,  aged  23. 
{Vis.  of  Northants.,  1682.) 

SANDERSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  29,  1722. 
S.  of  Anthony  (1675-6).  Bapt.  Oct.  8,  1706,  at  Achurch, 
Northants.  Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1726-7;  M.A.  1739-  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Oct.  13,  1728;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1731.  C.  of 
Little  Addington,  Northants.,  1728;  V.,  1738-70.  R.  of 
Covington,  Hunts.,  1738-67.  Married  Mary  Little,  of 
Peterborough,  Apr.  20,  1730.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1770;  of  Little 
Addington.   Father  of  John  (1749)  a^d  Anthony  (1749). 

SAUNDERSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May 
19,  1742.  S.  of  Nicholas  (1707),  Lucasian  Professor.  B.  at 
Cambridge.  Schools,  St  Neots  (Mr  Bidwell)  and  Ely  (Mr 
Gunning).  Matric.  1742;  B.A.  1745-6;  M.A.  from  Peter- 
house,  1749.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1747.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Dec.  1746;  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  18,  1748;  licensed 
to  Bedingfield,  Suffolk.  Buried  at  Little  St  Mary's,  Cam- 
bridge, Apr.  29,  1759.   {Peile,  11.  243.) 

SANDERSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  4,  1749. 
S.  of  John  (1722).  B.  Jan.  26,  1730-1,  at  Little  Addington, 
Northants.  Matric.  1750;  B.A.  1753.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
June  17, 1753;  priest,  May  25,  1755.  R.  of  Covington,  Hunts., 
1767-1805.  Buried  Nov.  19,  1805,  at  Little  Addington, 
aged  75.   Brother  of  Anthony  (1749).   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

SAUNDERSON,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
May  11,  1647.  S.  of  Edward,  currier,  of  Sheffield.  B.  there. 
School,  Leeds  (Mr  Gamett).  Matric.  1647.  Perhaps  brother 
of  Stephen  (1659). 

SANDERSON,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  3,  1683.  S.  of  Christopher.  B.  Dec.  ig,  1664,  at  Eggle- 


Sanderson,  Robert 

stone,  Durham.  School,  BrignaU  (Mr  Johnson).  Matric. 
1683;  M.B.  1688.  Died  s.p.  Twin-brother  of  James  (1683) 
and  brother  of  Robert  (1683).   {F.M.G.,  872.) 

SAUNDERSON,  LAURENCE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1560.  B.  at  Fumess  Abbey,  Lanes.  Perhaps  B.A. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  20,  1567,  age  24.  V.  of  Watford, 
Herts.,  1568-73.  R.  of  Swineshead,  Hunts.,  1570.  Still  there 
in  1589.  Probably  buried  at  Tempsford,  Beds.,  Dec.  9,  i6n. 
Perhaps  brother  of  John  (1554).   {Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634,  194.) 

SANDERSON,  LAURENCE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter, 
1622.  Probably  2nd  s.  of  John,  of  Little  Addington,  North- 
ants., gent.,  and  perhaps  grandson  of  Laurence  (above). 
B.A.  1625-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  5,  1627;  priest, 
Dec.  21,  1628.  V.  of  Little  Addington,  1627-46,  sequestered. 
Probably  brother  of  John  (1616).  {Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634,  194; 
Vis.  of  NortJiants.,  1618.) 

SANDERSON,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  27, 
1647.  Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1646;  Scholar,  1649;  B.A. 
1650-1;  M.A.  1654.  Fellow,  1651.  Ord.  priest  (Bishop 
Brownrigg,  of  Exeter)  June  12,  1658-9.  R.  of  St  Michael, 
Denver,  Norfolk,  1660-9. 

SANDERSON,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  at  Christ's,  1707.  S.  of  John. 
B.  at  Thurlstone,  near  Penistone,  Yorks.  Bapt.  there,  Jan. 
20,  1682-3.  School,  Penistone  (Mr  Staniforth).  Matric. 
Michs.  1711;  M.A.  1711  {Lit.  Reg.);  LL.D.  1728  {Com.  Reg.). 
Lost  his  eyesight  by  smaU-pox  in  infancy.  A  teacher  of 
mathematics  at  Cambridge,  1707.  Lucasian  professor,  1711- 
39.  F.R.S.,  1719.  Married  Abigail,  dau.  of  WiUiam  Dickons, 
R.  of  Boxworth,  1723.  Author,  mathematical.  Buried  at 
Boxworth,  Cambs.  M.I.  Will,  P.C.C.  Father  of  John  (1742). 
{D.N.B.;  F.M.G.,  884;  Peile,  11.  168.) 

SANDERSON,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Jime  15,  1659.  2nd  s.  of  Christopher,  yeoman,  of  Barnard 
Castle,  Durham  (the  Diarist).  Bapt.  there,  June  10,  1643. 
School,  Brough,  near  Appleby,  Westmorland.  B.A.  1662. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  15,  1662.  Married  Ann,  dau.  of 
George  Dale.  Died  June  11,  1684.  Buried  at  Barnard  Castle. 
Half-brother  of  James  (1683),  etc.  {F.M.G.,  872;  Genealogist, 
N.S.,  xxii.  74.) 

SANDERSON,  PIGOTT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Trinity,  Jan. 
24,  1676-7.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Lincolnshire,  merchant  in 
London.  B.  in  St  Botolph's,  Aldersgate,  Nov.  20,  1655. 
Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  25,  1678.  Of  Nottingham. 
Living,  1694.   {Lines.  Pedigrees,  857;  Raine,  Blyth.) 

SANDERSON,  RALEIGH.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1603-4.  One 
Ralph  Sanderson  buried  at  Wymington,  Beds.,  Apr.  1,  1638. 

SANDERSON,  RALPH.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  Nov.  7, 
1650.  Matric.  1650.  Perhaps  s.  of  William,  an  of&cer  in  the 
Dutch  wars  (killed,  1664-5).  If  so,  a  captain  in  the  West 
Indies.  Married  Ephrim  Garrett,  of  Norfolk.  Died  1699. 
His  son  William  was  created  Bart.,  in  1720.  (Burke,  Ext. 
Bart.) 

SANDERSON,  RALPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
May  2,  1664.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Wellhaugh,  Northumber- 
land. B.  there.  School,  Newcastle  (Mr  Oxley).  Matric.  1664; 
B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.  Fellow,  1668.  Junior  Proctor, 
1675-6.   Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  26,  1676. 

SANDERSON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  29,  1686.  S.  of  Charles,  gent.,  deceased.  B.  at  New- 
castle, Northumberland.  Bapt.  Jan.  14,  1668-9,  at  St 
Nicholas,  Newcastle.  School,  Newcastle.  Matric.  1686;  B.A. 
1689-90;  M.A.  1693.   Ord.  priest  (London)  Mar.  4,  1693-4. 

SANDERSON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1570.  2nd  s.  of  Christopher,  of  Blyth,  Notts.,  of  Gilthwaite, 
Yorks.  and  Shef&eld.  School,  Sheffield.  Migrated  pens, 
(age  20)  to  Cains,  Nov.  5,  1571.  B.A.  1572-3;  M.A.  1578. 
Adm.  at  Lincohi's  Inn,  1579.  Of  Gilthwaite,  Yorks.,  Esq. 
Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Robert  Carr,  of  Butterthwaite, 
Ecclesfield.  Buried  Nov.  14,  1609,  at  Blyth.  Father  of  the 
next.   {Venn,  i.  68;  Hunter,  Sheffield,  398.) 

SANDERSON,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1609  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
S.  of  Robert  (above),  of  Blyth,  Notts.,  etc.  B.  Sept.  19,  1587, 
at  Sheffield.  Matric.  (Lincohi  College,  Oxford)  July  1,  1603, 
age  15;  B.A.  1604-5;  M.A.  1607;  B.D.  1617;  created  D,D. 
1636.  FeUow  of  Lincohi  College,  Oxford,  1606-19.  Proctor, 
1616.  Canon  of  Christ  Church,  1642-8,  ejected  by  the 
Parliamentary  visitors.  Regius  Professor  of  Di\Tnity, 
1642-8,  1660-1.  R.  of  Wyberton,  Lines.,  1618.  V.  of 
Heckington,  1618.  R.  of  Boothby  Pagnell,  1619.  Canon  of 
Lincoln,  1629-60.  R.  of  Muston,  Leics.,  1633-42.  Canon  of 
Southwell,  1641-61.  Bishop  of  Lincohi,  1660-2.  Died  Jan. 
29,  1662-3,  aged  76-  Buried  at  Buckden.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1663. 
{Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.;  Le  Neve,  Fasti,  11.  26.) 

SAUNDERSON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs. 
1618.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Kirton,  Lines.,  Esq.; 
adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  4,  1618. 


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SANDERSON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i8)  at  Pembroke, 
June  21,  1673.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Serlby,  Notts.,  Esq.  Matric. 
1673.  Buried  at  Harworth,  July  24,  1726.  Brother  of 
Anthony  (1673). 

SANDERSON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  3,  1683.  S.  of  Christopher.  B.  July  27,  1663,  at  Eggle- 
stone,  Durham.  School,  Brignall  (Mr  Johnson).  Matric.  1683; 
B.A.  1686-7.  Clerk  in  the  Rolls  Chapel,  London.  Usher  of 
the  Court  of  Chancery,  1726.  Completed  Rymer's  Foedera. 
One  of  the  original  members  or  founders  of  the  Society  of 
Antiquaries  when  it  was  revived  in  1717.  Married  four  wives. 
Died  s.p.,  Dec.  25,  1741,  in  London.  Buried  in  Red  Lion 
Fields.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1741.  Brother  of  James  (1683),  etc. 
{D.N.B.;F.M.G.,  872.) 

SANDERSON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  5, 
1695.  Of  Northamptonshire.  Probably  3rd  s.  of  William 
(1664),  V.  of  Weston-by-Welland.  Bapt.  there,  Dec.  31,  1680. 
Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1698-9.  Said  to  have  been  refused  the 
M.A.  as  a  non-juror.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  31,  1702; 
priest,  June  19,  1709.  C.  of  Aldwinkle  All  Saints,  Northants., 
1702.  R.  of  Newbold  Verdun,  Leics.,  1719-43.  Died  Sept. 
17,  1743.  Buried  there.   (Nichols,  iv.  824.) 

SANDERSON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
Jan.  17,  1726-7.  S.  of  Timothy,  innkeeper.  B.  at  Cambridge. 
School,  Wisbech.  Matric.  1727;  B.A.  1731-2.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Mar.  1733-4. 

SANDERSON,  ROGER.  Adm.  at  Magdalene,  Oct.  i,  1645.  S. 
of  Roger,  of  Pittstone,  Bucks.,  pleb.  Matric.  (St  Mary  Hall, 
Oxford)  Mar.  13,  1639-40,  age  15;  B.A.  1645-6.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  May  24;  priest,  May  25,  1662.  V.  of  Eaton  Bray, 
Beds.,  1652.  Buried  there,  Oct.  4,  1664.  (Al.  Oxon.;  Geneal. 
Bedford,  98.) 

SAUNDERSON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Sidney,  Jan. 
1602-3.  Doubtless  s.  of  Henry,  of  Brancepeth,  Durham, 
Esq.  Matric.  1603.  Constable  of  Brancepeth  Castle  for  King 
James  I.  Married  Barbara,  dau.  of  Thomas  LiddeU,  of 
Ravensworth  Castle,  Dec.  18,  1610.  Died  July,  1650.  M.I. 
at  Lanchester.  Father  of  Thomas  (1628).  (Vis.  of  Durham, 
1666;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

SANDERSON,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene, 
Apr.  29,  1659.  S.  of  Edward,  currier,  of  Sheffield.  School, 
Sheffield.  Matric.  1659.  Perhaps  brother  of  Joseph 
(1647). 

SANDERSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Nov.  ii, 
1581.  S.  of  Robert.  B.  at  Lowick,  Northumberland.  School, 
Lynn.   Matric.  1581. 

SANDERSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Oct. 
23,  1628.  S.  of  Samuel  (1602-3),  Esq.  Bapt.  Nov.  3,  1611, 
at  Brancepeth,  Durham.  School,  Brancepeth.  Matric.  1628. 
Of  Hedley-hope,  Durham,  Esq.  Married  Eleanor,  dau.  of 
Francis  Barker,  of  Topcliffe,  Yorks.,  Feb.  10,  1656-7.  Buried 
at  Lanchester,  Apr.  30,  1695.  (Vis.  of  Durham,  1666;  Surtees, 
II.  243.) 

SANDERSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Mag- 
dalene, Nov.  19,  1681.  S.  of  George,  Viscount  Castleton. 
B.  at  Sandbeck,  Yorks.  School,  Laughton,  Yorks.  Matric. 
1681.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  24,  1683.  Died  before  1714. 
Brother  of  James  (1681). 

SANDERSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
Apr.  18,  1702.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Bitteswell,  Leics. 
Matric.  1702-3;  B..^.  1705-6;  M.A.  1709.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Dec.  19,  1708;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1709.  V.  of 
Tannington  and  Brundish,  Suffolk,  1711.  Died  1731.  One 
of  these  names  chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1712.  Brother  of 
William  (1708)  and  perhaps  father  of  the  next. 

SANDERSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  ir, 
1727-8.  S.  of  Thomas  (?  above),  clerk.  Matric.  1728;  B.A. 
1731;  M.A.  1735.  Fellow  of  Sidney,  1736.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Dec.  19,  1736;  priest,  June  5,  1737.  V.  of  Evington, 
Leics.,  1738-42.  One  of  these  names  of  Haslemere,  Surrey, 
clerk;  will  (P.C.C.)  1781. 

SANDERSON,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  18,  1671. 
Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5. 

SAUNDERSON,  W.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1566. 

SAUNDERSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Nov. 
1549;  B.A.  1552-3;  M.A.  1555.  Probably  fellow  of  Pem- 
broke, 1553;  of  Northumberland.  Fellow  of  Christ's,  1555-61. 
Received  tonsure  (London)  May,  1554.  R.  of  Covington, 
Cambs.,  1560.  University  preacher,  1567.  R.  of  Terrington 
St  Clement,  Norfolk,  1569-74.  Preacher  at  Lynn.  Com- 
missioner for  discovery  of  Popish  recusants  in  Norfolk.  Died 
c.  1589.   (Peile,  I.  46;  Cooper,  11.  79.) 

SAUNDERSON,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1629  (fil.  nob.).  Doubtless 
2nd  s.  of  Nicholas,  Viscount  Castleton,  of  Ireland.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  5,  1614.  Knighted,  Aug.  31,  1625. 
Equerry  to  James  I  and  Charles  I.   Of  Willoughton,  Lines. 

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Sandford,  John 

Married  Jane,  dau.  of  John  Cooper,  M.P.  Died  s.p.  Will 
dated,  Aug.  10,  1642;  proved,  Mar.  1642-3.  To  be  dis- 
tinguished from  the  historian  of  these  names  for  whom  see 
D.N.B.   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  858.) 

SAUNDERSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  8,  1635.  S.  of  John,  merchant,  of  Oundle,  Northants. 
B.  there,  1619.  Schools,  Oundle  and  Uppingham.  Matric. 
1636;  B.A.  1639-40.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  22,  1644-5. 
Probably  ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Feb.  23,  1661-2.  V.  of 
BiUesdon,  Leics.,  1662-8. 

SANDERSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  25,  1641. 
Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1644-5.  One  of  these  names  intruded  as 
V.  of  Finedon,  Northants.,  1650;  conformed  and  was  buried 
there  Mar.  25,  1684.   Possibly  father  of  the  next. 

SANDERSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  July  7,  1664. 
Perhaps  s.  of  William  (?  above),  V.  of  Finedon,  Northants. 
(or  possibly  s.  of  William,  of  Pilton,  Northants.,  gent.). 
School,  Oundle.  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1673. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  7,  1668-9;  priest,  June  14,  1674. 
Master  of  the  School  at  Harrowden  parva,  Northants., 
1669-72.  C.  of  Pytchley,  1672-4.  V.  of  Weston-by-Welland, 
1673-86.   Died  1686. 

SANDERSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Aug.  9, 
1692.  Of  Northamptonshire.  S.  and  h.  of  William,  of  Pilton, 
gent.  Bapt.  June  17,  1672,  at  Aston,  Northants.  (his 
mother's  home).  School,  Oundle.  Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1696-7; 
M.A.  1700.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  25,  1698.  One  of 
these  names  R.  of  Compton,  Surrey,  1715. 

SANDERSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
July  9,  1708.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  BittesweU,  Leics.,  gent. 
Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1712-3;  M.A.  1716.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Sept.  19,  1713;  priest,  Mar.  13,  1714-5.  Probably  C.  of 
Aldwinkle  St  Peter,  Northants.,  1718;  R.,  1719-24.  One 
of  these  names  R.  of  Holford,  Somerset,  1723-36.  Died  1736. 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1702). 

SANDERSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's, 
Sept.  20,  1716.  Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  S.  of 
Lieutenant  Francis,  of  Middlesex.  B.  Mar.  30,  1696,  in 
London.  Matric.  1716;  B.A.  1720-1.  Ord.  priest  (Rochester) 
Mar.  6,  1725-6-  C.  of  Lamberhurst,  Kent,  1726.  (Scott- 
Mayor,  HI.  307.) 

SANDFORD,  see  also  SAMPFORD. 

SANFORD  or  SAUNFORD,  ALEXANDER  DE.  '  King's  Scholar,' 
1337-45-   Became  a  monk,  1345. 

SANDFORD,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
May  i8,  1723.  S.  of  Daniel,  of  Middlesex.  B.  in  London. 
Schools,  Manchester  (Mr  Barrow)  and  Wanslay,  Derbs.  (Mr 
Fameworth).  Matric.  1723;  B.A.  1726-7;  M.A.  1730.  R.  of 
Mavesin  Ridware,  Staffs.,  1730-80.  Died  Mar.  3,  1780, 
aged  74.  M.I.  at  St  Nicholas,  Castle  Hedingham.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1780.   (Shaw,  I.  197.) 

SANFORD,  FRANCIS.  M.A.  1620  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  B.A. 
(Christ  Church,  Oxford)  1601-2;  M.A.  (Broadgates  Hall) 
1618.  V.  of  Royston,  Yorks.,  1617-9.  V.  of  Silkstone,  1619- 
35.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SANDFORD,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1613;  B.A.  1615-6;  M.A.  1619. 

SANFORD,  HUMFREY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Jan.  16,  1668-9.  S.  of  Richard,  Esq.,  of  Whitchurch',  Salop. 
B.  there,  1650.  School,  Shrewsbury  (Mr  Taylor).  Matric. 
1672;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Fellow,  1672-81.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  June  8,  1670.  Succeeded  to  the  family  estates 
in  1676.  Died  unmarried,  Oct.  28,  1712.  Buried  at  St  Chad's, 
Shrewsbury.  Benefactor  to  St  John's.  (ScoU-Mayor;  Burke, 
L.G.) 

SANFORD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  28,  1645. 
Matric.  1645.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  William,  of  Gray's  Inn, 
Esq.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  26,  1646. 

SANDFORD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  13)  at  Magdalene,  June 
17,  1663.  S.  of  John,  of  Lilford,  Northants.  School,  Eton. 
Matric.  1663;  B.A.  1666-7;  M.A.  1670.  Ord. deacon  (Peterb.) 
Dec.  19,  1668;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1670. 

SANFORD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  2, 
1663-4.  S.  of  Humfrey,  of  Broadclist,  Devon.  B.  there. 
School,  Broadclist  (Mr  Coplston).  Matric.  1664.  Migrated 
to  Pembroke,  1664.  B.A.  1667-8.  Perhaps  of  Mamhead, 
Devon,  clerk;  admon.  (Exeter)  1689. 

SANDFORD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  June  19, 
1674.  2nd  s.  of  Francis,  shoemaker.  B.  at  Shifnal,  Salop. 
School,  Shifnal.  Matric.  1674-5.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Peterb.)  Mar.  10,  1679-80.  Doubtless  V.  of  Long  Buckby, 
Northants.,  1680-1720.  Perhaps  P.C.  of  Whilton,  in  1690. 
Married  Mary  Line,  of  Long  Buckby,  Nov.  7,  1683,  at 
Whilton.  Buried  at  Long  Buckby,  Mar.  28,  1720.  Will 
(Archd.  Northampton)  1720.  (H.  I.  Longden.) 


Sandford,  John 

SANDFORD,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  i6)  at  Christ's, 
Apr.  8,  1687.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  High  Ongar,  Essex. 
School,  Bishop's  Stortford  {Mr  Cooper).  Matric.  1688;  M.A. 
1690  {Com.  Reg.).  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Edward  Denny, 
Esq.,  of  Bishop's  Stortford.  Died  Nov.  28,  1743.  aged  73. 
M.I.  at  Bishop's  Stortford.  A  benefactor  to  Bishop's  Stort- 
ford.  {Clutterbuck,  ill.  259;  Peile,  11.  104.) 

SANDFORD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  24, 
1720.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Middlesex.  B.  in  London.  School, 
Westminster.   Matric.  1720;  B.A.  1724-5. 

SANFORD,  MARTIN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  15, 
1692.  S.  of  Thomas  (1664).  B.  at  Thorverton,  Devon. 
School,  Tiverton  (Mr  Sanders).  Matric.  1692;  Scholar,  1693; 
B.A.  1696-7.  One  of  these  names  of  Puddington,  Devon, 
clerk.  Admon.  (Exeter)  1716.  But  see  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  con- 
temporary namesake.   {Peile,  11.  124.) 

SANDFORD,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  July  1,  1680. 
S.  of  Richard,  of  Shrewsbury,  clerk.  Matric.  (Christ  Church, 
Oxford)  Mar.  17,  1664-5,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1668;  M.A. 
(Cambridge)  1680.  V.  of  Wrotham,  Kent,  1680-1715.  Died 
Oct.  1715.   M.I.  at  Wrotham.    {Al.  Oxon.) 

SANDFORD,  Sir  RICHARD,  Bart.  Adm.  Nobleman  (age  17)  at 
Christ's,  Aug.  27,  1692.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Richard,  Bart.,  of 
Howgill  Castle,  Westmorland,  deceased.  B.  there,  Sept.  8, 
1675  (said  to  have  been  at  the  hour  of  his  father's  death). 
School,  London.  Succeeded  as  3rd  Bart.,  Sept.  8,  1675.  M.P. 
for  Westmorland,  1695-1700;  for  Morpeth,  1701-2;  for 
Appleby,  1713-23.  Of  Howgill  Castle.  Died  unmarried, 
Apr.  2,  1723.   {Peile,  11.  126;  G.£.C.,  11.  133.) 

SANDFORD,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Nov.  23,  1650. 
Of  Essex.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  George,  of  Colchester,  gent, 
(by  his  1st  wife,  Sarah,  dau.  of  John  Soames).  B.  at  Ford- 
ham,  Essex.  School,  Colchester.  Age  9  in  1640-1.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  May  i,  1657.   {Essex  Arch.  Soc,  N.S.,  iv.  38.) 

SANDFORD,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1670  (Incorp.  from  Magdalen 
College,  Oxford).  Matric.  there,  Mar.  18,  1656-7  {cler.  fil.); 
B.A.  (Oxford)  1661;  M.A.  1664.  Faculty  (Lambeth)  to  receive 
Holy  Orders,  Dec.  21,  1667.  V.  of  ToUesbury,  Essex,  1671-7. 
R.  of  Radwinter,  1677.  Will  (Cons.  C.  London)  1705;  of 
Walden,  Essex.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SANDFORD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  3,  1731-2.  S.  of  Samuel,  attorney,  of  Salop.  B.  at 
Whitchurch.  School,  Wem  (Mr  Appleton).  Matric.  1732; 
B.A.  1735-6;  M.A.  1741.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  21, 
1735-6;  priest,  June  i,  1740;  C.  of  Haconby,  Lines.  Lecturer 
at  Halifax,  Yorks.,  1744.  V.  of  Huddersfield,  1753-9.  R-  of 
Thomhill,  1756-60.  Died  1760. 

SANDFORD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  26,  1591.  Of  Bristol.  Matric.  c.  1591;  B.A.  1595; 
M.A.  1606.  Fellow,  1594-8.  R.  of  Sutton  Valence,  Kent, 
1606-14.  R.  of  Hope  AU  Saints',  1612.  V.  of  Newington- 
next-Hythe,  1615-45.  Buried  at  Hope,  June  24,  1645.  Will 
(Canterbury)  1645.   (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

SANDFORD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent, 
1647-8.  Of  Middlesex. 

SANDFORD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  17,  1650. 
Of  Kent. 

SANDFORD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Apr. 
13,  1664.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Musbury,  Devon.  School, 
Broad  Clist  (Mr  Copleston).  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667;  M.^. 
1678.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1678.  Ord.  deacon  (Exeter)  May; 
priest,  Dec.  1668.  V.  of  Thorverton,  Devon,  in  1677.  Died 
there  Sept.  29,  1716.  Will,  Exeter.  Father  of  Martin  (1692). 
{Peile,  I.  608.) 

SANFORD,  TOBIAS.  M.A.  1578  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1570;  M.A.  1574;  M.B.  and  licensed  to  practise 
medicine,  Jan.  14,  1600-1. 

SANDFORD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  20, 
1617-8.  Matric.  1618;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625;  B.D.  1632. 
R.  of  White  Roding,  Essex,  by  sequestration,  1648-60. 
Living,  1670,  when  he  gave  £5  towards  the  College  Chapel. 

SANDFORD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter, 
1621;  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  1632. 
V.  of  Walpole  St  Andrew,  Norfolk,  1632. 

SANDFORD,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  2, 

1642.  Of  Lancashire.  Matric.  1642. 
SANDFORD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  28, 
1709.  Of  Shrewsbury.  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1712-3;  M.A. 
1716;  D.D.  1750.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Dec.  4,  1721.  R.  of 
a  benefice  in  Salop.  P.C.  of  St  Mary  Aldermary,  London, 
c.  1736-54.  President  of  Sion  College,  1752.  Died  Nov.  7, 
1754.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1754;  of  St  Mary  Aldermary.  (But 
Hennessy  says  he  died  in  1765.) 

SANFORTH, .   B.Can.L.  1503-4. 

SANFORD,  B.Can.L.  1511-2.    Probably  George,  V.  of 

Flore,  Northants.,  152&-32,  resigned.  {Bridges,  i.  508.) 


Sandy,  Richard 

SANDFORD, .  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Jime  4,  1645. 

SANDHAM,  ROBERT.  M.A.  from  King's,  1735.  S.  of  WiUiam, 
of  Petworth,  Sussex,  gent.  Colleger  at  Eton,  1722-5.  Matric. 
(Merton  College,  Oxford)  July  17, 1725,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1729-30.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SANDYFORTH  or  SANDERFORTH,  BERNARD.  B.Civ.L. 
1534-5;  D.Civ.L.  1539-40.  Fellow  of  Queens',  1537-43- 
R.  of  St  Martin,  Ludgate,  London,  1542-50.  Preb.  of 
Westminster,  1546-54.  V.  of  Canewdon,  Essex,  1547-54, 
deprived.  P.C.  of  Paddington,  until  1559.  Died  1559.  WiU 
dated,  Aug.  6,  1557;  proved  (P.C.C.)  May  20,  1559. 

SANDEFORTH,  MILES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June 
15,  1675.  S.  of  George.  B.  at  Wakefield,  Yorks.  School, 
Giggleswick.  Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1678-9;  M.A.  1682.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  June,  1680;  priest,  Sept.  1682.  V.  of  Hooton 
Pagnell,  Yorks.,  1691-6.  Buried  there  July  4,  1696.  {Peile, 
"•  59-) 

SANDIFORD,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  St  John's, 
Nov.  15,  1718.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  in  the  Barbadoes.  School, 
Merchant  Taylors',  London.   Matric.  1717. 

SANDIFORD,  ROWLAND.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  3, 
1729.  Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  1729;  B.A.  1732-3;  M.A.  1749. 
V.  of  St  BarthoIomew-the-Less,  London,  1750-4.  R.  of 
Christ  Church,  Newgate  Street,  1754-80.  Died  Apr.  13, 
1780,  aged  65.   Will,  P.C.C.   (G.  Mag.;  Hennessy.) 

SANDIVER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  July  3, 
1738.  S.  of  William,  carpenter,  of  Newmarket.  B.  there. 
School,  Bury  (Mr  KjTinesman).  Scholar,  1738-43;  Matric. 
1740;  B.A.  1742.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June  26,  i743; 
priest  (Ely,  Litt.  dim.  from  Rochester)  Feb.  23,  1752.  C.  of 
Thomey.  R.  of  Croyland,  Lines.,  1761.  Buried  there.  June  1, 
1762.   {Venn,  11.  44.) 

SANDLAND,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
June  7,  1746.  S.  of  Thomas,  maltster,  of  Salop.  B.  at  Wem. 
School,  Wem  (Mr  Appleton).  Matric.  1746;  B.A.  1749-50. 
Ord.  priest  (Lichfield)  Sept.  22,  1751;  C.  of  Moreton  Corbet, 
Salop;  C.  of  Eccles,  Lanes.,  1754.  One  of  these  names  R.  of 
St  Devereux,  Hereford,  1771-91.   {Scott-Mayor,  in.  559.) 

SANDON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  19,  1638. 
Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1641-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Jime  5, 
1642. 

SANDON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  c.  1596. 
B.  at  Grimsthorpe,  Lines.,  1578.  B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  1603. 
Ord.  priest  (York)  June  9,  1602.  R.  of  Well,  Lines.,  1605-6. 
R.  of  Halton  Holgate,  1606. 

SANDON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Dec.  10, 
1646.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Southwark.  School,  Southwark 
(Mr  Woodward).  Matric.  1647,  'Saddon';  Scholar.  Buried 
at  Gt  St  Andrew's,  Cambridge,  May  7,  1649.   {Peile,  i.  510.) 

SANDON,  LAURENCE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May,  1648. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1649;  B.A.  1651.  R.  of  Astwick, 
Beds.,  1663.  V.  of  Arlesey,  1666.  Buried  July  11,  1668,  at 
Astwick. 

SANDON,  LAURENCE.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1680.  Of 
Lincolnshire.   Matric.  1680,  'Saundem';  B.A.  1683-4. 

SANDEN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1628. 
Perhaps  same  as  the  next. 

SANDON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1630.  Of 
Bedfordshire.  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638.  R.  of  Thorpe-on- 
the-Hill,  Lines.,  1641-2. 

SANDWELL,  GEOFFREY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney, 
June,  1625.  S.  of  Geoffrey,  yeoman,  deceased.  B.  at 
Minster,  Kent.   Schools,  St  John's  and  Wye.   Matric.  1625. 

SANDWELL,  GEOFFREY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1651.   Of  Kent. 

SANDWICH,  JOHN,  Earl  of,  see  MONTAGU. 

SANDWYCKE,  JOHN.   M.A.   Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1399. 

SANDWITH,  HENRY.  Adm.  scholar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  1591. 
S.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Stillington,  Yorks.  School,  Bury  St 
Edmunds  (Mr  Wright).  Scholar,  1592-5.  Of  Barton-on- 
Humber,  Lines.  Married  Magdalen,  dau.  of  Richard  Atkin- 
son, of  Barton.  Living  in  1640.  Doubtless  father  of  the  next. 
(Lines.  Pedigrees,  850;  Venn,  i.  144.) 

SANDWITH,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent, 
1626-7.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Henry  (above).  Bapt.  Feb.  12, 
1608-9,  at  Barton-on-Humber.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  23, 
1629  {sic).  Married  (1)  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Edward  Nelthorpe, 
of  Beverley,  Yorks.;  (2)  Sarah  Swann.  Buried  at  Barton, 
Nov.  23,  1640.   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  850.) 

SANDIE,  RICHARD.  M.A.  1587  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Matric. 
(Exeter  College,  Oxford)  c.  1581,  age  18;  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A. 
1586.  Fellow  of  Exeter  College,  1581-90.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  12,  1589-90.  R.  of  Gt  Linford,  Bucks., 
1589-1634.  Buried  there  1634.  {Al.  Oxon.) 


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Sandy,  Thomas 

SANDY,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1601-2.  Perhaps  ord 
priest  (Norwich)  June  15,  1606;  'aged  28;  M.A.'  R.  of 
Horningtoft,  Norfolk,  1606. 

SANDYE,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1544- 

B.A.  1544-5- 
SANDYLANDS,  ANDREW.    Fellow  of  Christ's,   1624-30.    A 

Scotchman.    M.A.    1615   (probably  of  Edinburgh).    R.   of 

Gt  Waldingfield,  Suffolk,  1632 ; '  the  proud  audatious  Parson,' 

signs,  1638  (Par.  Reg.). 

SANDYS,  see  also  SONDES. 

SANDS,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter 
1551.  Probably  6th  s.  of  George  (?  William),  of  Hawkshead' 
Lanes.  OfEsthwaite.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Robert  Mann  of 
Bullingbroke,  Lines.  Buried  at  Hawkshead,  Nov.  13  1501 
Brother  of  Edwin  (1538-9)  and  Miles  (1544). 

SANDYS  or  SANDS,  BENEDICT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel 
June  14,  1688.  S.  of  Sir  Richard,  of  Northboume  Court' 
Kent,  Knt.,  and  twin-brother  of  Sir  Richard,  Bart.  Matric! 
1688.  Died  s.p.,  1700,  aged  29.  (Foster,  Lanes.  Pedi- 
grees.) 

SANDYS,  CHAUNCY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  is)  at  Sidney,  July  27, 
1621.  S.  of  Henry,  of  Culworth,  Northants.,  gent.,  deceased 
(and  PrisciUa,  dau.  of  Sir  Toby  Chauncy,  of  Edgcote).  B 
at  Edgcote,  Northants.  Schools,  Edgcote  and  Ashby.  Matric 
1621. 

SANDYS,  DAVID.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter  1611 
Possibly  3rd  s.  of  Adam,  of  Graythwaite,  Westmorland-  if 
so,  afterwards  of  Fieldhead.  B.  at  Pontefract.  B.A.  from 
Tnnity,  1614-5;  M.A.  1618.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  10 
1619,  age  24.   (Foster,  Lanes.  Pedigrees.) 

^A^^l^.^O^^^-  Of  St  John's.  S.  of  George  (?  William) 
(and  Margaret,  dau.  of  John  Dixon,  of  London),  and  probably 
grandson  of  William,  of  Hawkshead,  Lanes.  (There  appears 
to  be  some  confusion  among  the  authorities  as  to  his  parent- 
age and  ancestry,  but  in  the  Visitations  he  generally  occurs 
as  s.  of  George,  citizen  of  London.)  Probably  b.  at  Esthwaite 
HaU,  c.  1519.  B.A.  1538-9;  M.A.  1541;  B.D.  1546;  D.D 
1549-  Proctor,  1542-3.  Master  of  St  Catharine's,  1549-53 
ejected.  Vice-Chancellor,  1552-3.  V.  of  Haversham,  Bucks  ' 
in  1548.  Preb.  of  Peterborough,  1549-54;  deprived,  but 
restored,  1559.  Preb.  of  Carlisle,  1552-4-  Imprisoned  for 
his  support  of  Lady  Jane  Grey.  Afterwards  in  retirement  at 
Strasburg.  Bishop  of  Worcester,  i559-7o;  of  London,  1570-7. 
Archbishop  oi  York,  1577-88.  One  of  the  translators  of  the 
Bishops'  Bible.  Married  Cicely,  dau.  of  Thomas  Wilford  of 
Cranbrook,  Kent.  Died  July  10,  1588.  Buried  in  SouthweU 
Minster.  M.I.  Ancestor  in  the  female  line  of  Sandys- 
Lumsdaine  and  of  Lord  Sandys.  Father  of  Miles  (1578)  and 
brother  of  Miles  (1544)-  {Vis.  of  Kent,  1619;  Vis.  of  Cambs 
1619;  Vts.  of  Bueks.,  1634;  D.N.B.;  Le  Neve,  Fasti,  111.  115- 
Cooper,  II.  24.) 

SANDYS,  EDWIN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Peterhouse  Oct  6 
1617-  Perhaps  s.  of  Miles  (1578),  of  Wilburton,  Cambs! 
Matric.  1617;  B.A.  1621-2.  One  of  these  names  buried  at 
South  Witham,  Lines.,  Nov.  22,  1630.   {T.  A.  Walker.) 

SANDYS,  EDWIN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  c.  18)  at  St  John's,  Jan  18 
1630-1.  S.  of  Christopher,  of  Hamlette  Booth  in  Hawkshead' 
Fumess  Fells,  Lanes.,  and  grandson  of  Adam,  of  Graythwaite' 
School,  Sedbcrgh.  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634-5;  MA  from' 
Peterhouse,  1638.  FcUow  of  Peterhouse,  Apr.  3,  1638-46 
ejected.   (T.  A.  Walker,  61;  Foster,  Lanes.  Pedigrees.) 

SANDYS,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel  Oct  27 
1726.  Matric.  1732.  One  of  these  names,  M.D.  1739  '{Lit 
Reg.),  'skiUed  in  physic'  Surgeon  and  lecturer  in  anatomy 
m  Cambridge.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  1771;  of  Potton,  Beds. 

SANDYS,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Sidney,  Apr  5 
1621.  S  of  Thomas,  Esq.  B.  in  St  Andrew's,  London! 
School,  Walden,  Essex.  Matric.  1621;  B.A.  1624-5-  MA 
1628.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Apr.  14;  priest,  Apr.  15'  1629 
R.  of  Willersey,  Gloucs.,  1630-c.  42;  sequestered,  and  1660- 
c.  1690.   (F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

SANDYS,  HANBURY.  M.A.  from  Pembroke,  1700.  5th  s  of 
Edward,  of  Brimpsfield,  Gloucs.,  gent.  Matric.  (St  Mary 
Hall,  Oxford)  IVIar.  22,  1688-9,  age  15;  B.A.  (Hart  Hall, 
Oxford)  1692.  Ord.  deacon  (Winchester)  Dec.  24  1601- 
priest,  Mar.  4,  1693-4.  R- of  Brimpsfield,  1710-26.  Chaplam 
in  the  Navy;  dismissed,  c.  1714.  Will,  Gloucs.  C.C.  (Al 
Oxon.;  F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

SANDYS,    HENRY.    Matric.   sizar    from    St    John's,   Michs 
1569. 

SANDYS,  JAMES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter 
1566.  ' 

SANDYS,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  May  28 
1703.  S.  of  Henry,  of  London.  School,  Westminster.  ' 


Sandys,  William 

SANDES,  JOHN.  Adm.  scholar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  23,  i6ir. 
S.  of  Robert  gent.,  of  Tumby  and  of  Bennington,  Lines 
School  Lobthorpe  (Mr  John  Bayes,  B.A.).  Married  Eliza- 
beth, dau.  of  Robert  Middlemore,  of  Enfield,  Middlesex 
Apr.  28,  1627.  Of  Thornton  Curtis,  Lines.,  in  1634.  Died 
Dec.  21,  1664,  aged  74  (sic).  Buried  at  GoxhiU.  (Lines. 
Pedigrees,  848.)  ^ 

SANDYS,  JOHN  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  May  15,  1671. 
b.°l  ^m""^^*-.,^-  ""}  ^V"'^^  ^"«^"*'  L^ncs.  School,  Hawks- 
head (Mr  Bordeley).  Matnc.  1671.  Migrated  to  St  John's 
M^V^^  /<,'•  I^-A- 1674-5;  M.A.  1678.  Ord.  priest  (London) 
r  ^/^' w^3-  R-  of  Doddinghurst,  Essex,  1683-^9.  Died 
1699.   (Petle,  II.  35.)  ^  ^^ 

^^^°\^'k^'^Fu^-  ^f^^'"-  P^°^-  ^'•°'°  St  John's,  Michs.  1544. 
AH°,^^^7t^'\?-^°i  G£°'-ge(?  William),  of  Esthwaite,  Lanes. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  1551  (s.  of  William).  Bencher 
1578.  Treasurer,  1588-95.  Clerk  of  the  Crown.  Of  Latimer 
r  ^.rl,?"'^  °X^""P^'^^^^'  Gloucs.  Married  (i)  Hester,  dau 
of  WiUiam  Chfton,  of  Barrington,  Somerset;  (2)  Brideet 
Colt,  of  Latimers.  Died  Oct.  22,  1601,  at  Latimers.  Brother 
°lT,"i^ 538-9)-  (Vis.  of  Bucks.,  1634;  Vis.  of  Gloucs., 
1623;  Middle  Temple  Benek  Bk.) 

SANDYS,  MILES.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1578 
Of  Wilburton,  Isle  of  Ely.  3rd  s.  of  Edwin  (1538-9),  Arch- 
bishop of  York  (by  his  2nd  wife  Cecilia,  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas 
Wilford,  of  Cranbrook,  Kent).  B.  Mar.  29,  1563.  School 
Merchant  Taylors'.  B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  1583.  Fellow,  1581. 
FeUow  of  Queens',  1585-8.  Proctor,  1588-9.  Preb.  of  York 
1585-1602.  Knighted,  May  11,  1603.  Created  Bart.,  Nov' 
25,  1612.  M.P.  for  the  University,  1614;  for  Huntingdon 
1621-2;  for  Cambs.,  1628-9.  Sheriff  for  Cambs.  and  Hunts 
1615-6.  Married  (i)  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Edward  Cooke,  of 
North  Cray,  Kent;  (2)  Mary  West,  widow.  Died  1645.  WiU 
(P.C.C.)  1645-  Perhapsfatherof  Richard  (1609).  (Robinson, 
I.  17;  Cooper,  II.  352;  G.E.C.,  1.  89.) 

SANDYS,  MILES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Sidney,  Mar.  24 
1623-4.  Probably  s.  of  Thomas  (1584)  and  grandson  of 
Edwin,  Archbishop  of  York.  B.  in  Blackfriars,  London. 
School,  Maldon  (Mr  John  Daynes).  Matric.  1624;  B.A  1627- 
8;  M.A.  1631.  FeUowof  Peterhouse,  1654.  Perhaps  the  same 
who  was  presented  to  '  Hardwick-CMwj-Membris,  Warwick  ' 
Feb.  9,  1646-7.   (Shaw,  i.  337;  Vis.  of  London,  1634.)  ' 

SANDS,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  8  1664 
Matnc.  1664;  Scholar,  1668;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1674. 
Signed  for  deacon's  orders  (London)  June  16,  1671-  'C.  of 
South  Weald,  Essex.'  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  24,  1671. 

SANDES,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1609 
Possibly  s.  of  Miles  (1578).  If  so,  buried  at  South  Witham 
Lines.,  Aug.  13,  1619.  (Vis.  of  Cambs.,  1619;  T.  A.  Walker.) 

SANDYS,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1634- 
a  scholar  from  Westminster.  Perhaps  3rd  s.  of  Sir  Edwin 
of  Northboume,  Kent,  and  grandson  of  Edwin  (1538-9)! 
A  Colonel  in  the  Parliament  army.  Of  Donne  Hall,  near 
Westerham.  Died  1669.  One  of  these  names  2nd  s  of 
Edwin,  of  Ombersley,  Worcs.,  Knt.  B.  1616.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  May  14,  1636.  KiUed  at  Edgehill,  Oct.  ii,  1642.  (Al. 
Westmon.;  Foster,  Lanes.  Pedigrees.) 

SANDES,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1606. 
One  of  these  names,  'of  Dettington'  (?  Distington),  Cumber- 
land, adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1607.  Probably  brother  of 
Walter  (1606). 

SANDYS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Jan.  26,  1615-6. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  London,  gent.  Matric.  1615-6;  B.A.  1619- 
20;  M.A.  1623.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Nov.  1;  priest,  Nov.  2, 
1625.  R.ofBoddington,  Northants.,  1628-75.  Married  Alice, 
dau.  of  Laurence  Washington,  of  Sulgrave,  Northants. 
Buried  at  Boddington,  Dec.  13, 1675,  aged  75.  (Baker,  1.  482; 
Bridges,  i.  106.) 

SANDYS,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Nov.  i,  1669. 
Of  Worcester.  S.  of  Martin,  Esq.,  and  grandson  of  Sir 
Samuel,  of  Ombersley,  Worcs.,  Knt.  B.  May  19,  1653. 
Scholar,  1671;  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1673-4.  Fellow,  1674-6. 
Died  Nov.  19,  1676,  aged  23.  (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  iv.  172;  T.  A. 
Walker,  141.) 

SANDES,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1584. 
Probably  5th  s.  of  Edwin  (1538-9).  B.  Dec.  3,  1568.  Of 
London.  Doubtless  father  of  Miles  (1624). 

SANDES,  WALTER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1606.  Perhaps  s.  of  Robert.  Bapt.  Dec.  21,  1585,  at  St  Bees, 
Cumberland.  Possibly  migrated  to  Oxford;  matric.  (Queen's 
College,  Oxford)  Feb.  17,  1608-9,  age  20;  'of  Cumb.,  pleb.' 
Probably  brother  of  Robert  (1606).   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SANDYS,  WILLIAM.   Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1449-59. 

SANDYS,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Trinity,  Feb.  8, 

1720-1.     S.    of   John,    of   London.     School,    Westminster. 

Matric.  1721;  Scholar,  1722;  B.A.  1724-5. 


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Sankey,  Clement 

SANKEY  or  ZANCHY,  CLEMENT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at 
Magdalene,  Mar.  13, 1647-8.  S.  of  Walter,  gent.,  of  London. 
Matric.  1647-8;  B.A.  1651-2;  M.A.  1655;  D.D.  1668.  Fellow. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1655.  R.  of  St  Clement  Eastcheap, 
London,  1666-1707.  R.  of  Colne-Engaine,  Essex.  R.  of 
Settrington,  Yorks.,  1667.  Canon  of  York,  1669-1707.  R.  of 
Whitchurch,  Salop,  1684.  Licensed  Apr.  10,  1669,  to  marry 
Mary  Archer,  of  Bourn,  Cambs.  Died  1707.  {Hennessy;  H. 
B.  Swanzy.) 

SANKEY  or  ZANKEY,  JEREMY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Michs.  1637.  S.  of  Richard  (1608),  of  Salop,  cler.  Migrated  to 
Clare,  July  4,  1640.  B.A.  1640-1;  M.A.  1644.  Fellow  of  All 
Souls,  and  sub-warden,  1648,  by  the  Parliamentary  visitors. 
Proctor  (Oxford),  1649.  Ordered  to  be  created  D.C.L.,  1649. 
Commander  of  cavalry  in  the  Parliamentary  Force  in 
Ireland.  M.P.  for  Tipperary  and  Waterford,  1654-5;  for 
Reigate,  1656;  for  Marlborough,  1657;  for  Woodstock,  1659. 
Knighted,  Nov.  16,  1658.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SANKYE,  HAMLET.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1572. 
Doubtless  s.  of  John,  of  Edesborough,  Bucks.  Preb.  of  St 
Patrick's,  Dublin,  1581.    (H.  B.  Swanzy;  Fasti,  v.  241,  304.) 

SANKEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Magdalene,  June  22, 
1712.  S.  of  Richard  (1673),  V.  of  Downton,  Hereford, 
deceased.  B.  at  Leintwardine,  Hereford.  School,  Leint- 
wardine.  Matric.  1712;  B.A.  1715-6.  R.  of  Elveden,  Suffolk, 
1728-39.  R.  of  Icklingham  St  James',  1731-9.  Died  1739. 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1708). 

SANKEY,  RICHARD.  M.A.  1608  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Salop,  cler.  fil.  Probably  2nd  s.  of  Peter,  R.  of  Wem,  Salop. 
Matric.  (Oriel  College,  Oxford)  Oct.  20,  1598,  age  16;  B.A. 
1602;  M.A.  (St  Edmund's  Hall,  Oxford)  1605.  R.  of  Wem, 
Salop,  1606.  R.  of  Hodnet,  1615.  Died  1634.  Will,  P.C.C. 
Father  of  Jeremy  (1637).   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SANCHEY  or  ZANCHEY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus, 
Oct.  21,  1673.  S.  of  Humphrey,  of  Gatting,  Salop.  Matric. 
(Pembroke  College,  Oxford)  Mar.  17,  1670-1,  age  17;  B.A. 
(Cambridge)  1674-5.  V.  of  Downton,  Hereford,  1681.  Father 
of  John  (1712),  Thomas  {1708)  and  perhaps  of  the  next. 

SANKEY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  24,  1699. 
Of  Salop.  Perhaps  s.  of  Richard  (above).  Matric.  1699;  B.A. 
1702-3;  M.A.  from  King's,  1706.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Sept.  1704.  Chaplain  at  King's,  1705.  R.  of  Elveden, 
Suffolk,  1706-28.  Died  1728.  Perhaps  brother  of  the  next 
and  of  John  (1712). 

SANKEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Magdalene,  July 
19,  1708.  S.  of  Richard  (1673),  V.  of  Downton,  Hereford. 
B.  at  Leintwardine,  Hereford.  School,  Leintwardine.  Matric. 
1710.  Brother  of  John  (1712)  and  perhaps  of  Richard  (above). 

SANSOME  or  SANSONN,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 
July,  1619;  B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  24,  1626.   (Peile,  i.  329.) 

SANSOM  or  SANSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's, 
June  29,  1690.  Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  Doubtless 
s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  London.  Bapt.  July  i,  1674,  at  St  Olave, 
Hart  Street.  Matric.  1690.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
May  28,  1692.  Will  dated,  Feb.  27,  1704-5;  proved  (P.C.C.) 
May  4,  1705,  by  Anne  Sansom,  widow.   [Al.  Carthus.) 

SANSON  or  SANSAM,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at 
Magdalene,  June  8,  1653.  S.  of  Richard  (i6ii),  late  R.  of 
Hemingby,  Lines.  School,  Lincohi.  Matric.  1653;  B.A. 
1656-7;  M.A.  1662.   Probably  R.  of  WithcaU,  Lines.,  1660. 

SANSON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  25, 
1579-  Matric.  1579;  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1582-3. 

SANSOME  or  SANSAN,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus 
Christi,  Easter,  1611.  Of  Leicestershire.  B.A.  1614-5; 
M.A.  1619.  R.  of  Thorganby,  Lines.,  1622.  R.  of  Hemingby] 
1632.  Will  (Lincohi)  1639;  Sansan.  Father  of  Nicholas 
(1653)- 

SANSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  21, 
1638.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Twizell,  Northumberland.  Schools, 
Morpeth  and  Newcastle  (Mr  Oxlev).  Matric.  1638;  B.A. 
1641-2.  One  of  these  names  Usher  of  Newcastle  Grammar 
School,  in  1662.   {Peile,  i.  453.) 

SANSOME,  WILLIAM.  .\dm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  17,  1661. 
Of  Leicestershire.  Matric.  1661.  Perhaps  schoolmaster  of 
Hinckley,  Leics.,  1685.   (Nichols,  iv.  702.) 

SANSTROP,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1639. 

SANTON,  ROBERT.  D.Can.L.  1460-1.  Perhaps  R.  of  Birch- 
anger,  Essex,  i486.  Died  1487. 

SANTRATH, (sic).  M.A.  from  Jesus,  1619  (in  ordo). 

SAP?,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1627.  Of  Norwich.  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  V.  of  Guest- 
wick,  Norfolk,  1639. 

SAPWELL,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1512-3. 
SARE,  see  also  SAYER  and  SAWYER. 


Satterthwaite,  William 

SARB  or  SAYER,  ADY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  c.  1590. 
S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Lenham,  Kent  (and  Joanna,  dau.  of 
John  Ady).  B.A.  1593-4.  .^dm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov. 
1593.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1603.  Bencher,  1619.  Lent  Reader, 
1620.  Of  Provenders,  Norton,  Kent.  Married  and  had  issue. 
(Vis.  of  Kent,  1619;  Inner  Temple,  Masters  of  the  Bench.) 

SARE,  CHRISTOPHER.  LL.B.  1565-6. 

SARE  or  SARES,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Sept.  30, 
1645.  Of  Sussex.  Matric.  1645;  Scholar,  1647;  B.A.  1649-50. 

SARE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1580.  Of 
Northamptonshire. 

SARE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1639. 

SARE,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1638  (Incorp.  from 
Oxford).  Doubtless  s.  of  Robert,  of  Woodhurst,  Sussex, 
pleb.  Matric.  (Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford)  Jan.  31,  1622-3, 
age  17;  B.A.  1625-6.  M.A.  not  recorded.  R.  of  Whatlington, 
Sussex,  1641.  One  of  these  names  of  St  Antholin's,  London, 
clerk;  buried  there  Aug.  27,  1678;  will  (Cons.  C.  London) 
1678.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SARGEANT,  see  SERGEANT. 

SARGENSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1655.  Of  Coventry.  School,  Coventry.  B.A.  1658-9;  M.A. 
from  King's,  1662.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1663.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  June  8,  1661;  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  20,  1662.  Chaplain 
at  King's,  1661.  C.  of  St  Edward's,  Cambridge.  C.  of 
Harbledown,  Kent,  c.  1663-70.  R.  of  St  George's,  Canter- 
bury, 1671.  R.  of  St  Mildred,  1672-84.  Minor  canon,  c. 
1679-82.  R.  of  St  Mary  Magdalen,  1681.  Buried  at  St 
George's,  Canterbury,  May  13,  1684.   (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

SARGENSON,  LAURENCE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1571.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  1579.  R.  of  Ittering- 
ham,  Norfolk,  1585.  R.  of  Thwaite,  1605-12.  R.ofReedham, 
1614-9. 

SAROP,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1457. 

SARRAT,  ROGER,  see  SORRATT. 

SARSON,  see  also  SEARSON. 

SARESON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1631.  Of  Leicestershire.  B.A.  1633-4;  M.A.  1637. 
Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18,  1636.  V.  of  Headon,  Notts., 
1637-40.  Died  1640. 

SARSON,  LAURENCE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  21, 
1628-9.  Of  Nottinghamshire.  Matric.  1629;  B.A.  1632-3; 
M.A.  1636;  B.D.  from  St  Catharine's,  1643.  Fellow  of 
Emmanuel,  1636.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  22,  1639.  Pre- 
sented to  Silk  WiUoughby,  Lines.,  1647. 

SARSON,  OLIVER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1564. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  Lidgate,  Suffolk,  1576-1625.  Died 
1625. 

SARSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1566; 
B.A.  1570-1;  M..^.  1574.  R.  of  Burton  Overy,  Leics.,  1576; 
'Aged  28;  well  learned;  preacher;  ord.  by  Bp  of  Peter- 
borough' (Lib.  Cleri,  1576.) 

SARSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  June  30, 
1622.  S.  of  William,  husbandman,  of  Stanford-on-Soar, 
Notts.  School,  Loughborough  (Mr  Spunge).  Matric.  1622; 
Scholar,  1625-7;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  R.  of  Stanford- 
on-Soar,  1630.   (Venn,  1.  259.) 

SARSON, .  B.A.  1478-9. 

SARTAIN  or  SARTON,  RALPH.  B.A.  1569-70,  as  Serton.  Of 
Richmondshire.  M.A.  from  Pembroke,  1573.  Fellow,  1571. 
(Loder  gives  M..^.  1563;  Fellow,  1561.) 

SATCHELL,  see  SACHELL. 

SATTERTHWAITE,  BISHOP.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Feb.  20, 
1656-7.  S.  and  h.  of  PhiUp  (1637),  of  Bromley,  Kent. 
Matric.  1656-7.  Migrated  to  Peterhouse,  Sept.  2,  1662. 
Scholar  there;  B.A.  1663-4.  (T.  A.  Walker,  121;  Vis.  of 
Kent,  1663.) 

SATTERTHWAITE,  ELIAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  zy)  at  Christ's, 
June  23,  1636.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Gt  Oakley,  Northants. 
School,  Oakham  (Mr  Stackhouse).  Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1639- 
40  (Elijah);  M.A.  1643.   (Peile,  1.  444.) 

SATTERTHWAITE,  PHILIP.  M.A.  1637  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
Of  Northamptonshire.  4th  s.  of  Francis,  of  Lamport.  Bapt. 
there,  Feb.  11,  1600-1.  Matric.  (Trinity  College,  Oxford) 
Oct.  26,  1621,  age  20;  degrees  not  recorded.  LL.D.  from 
Peterhouse,  1662.  V.  of  BirUng,  Kent,  until  1643,  'D.D.' 
R.  of  Ibstock,  Leics.,  1660-6.  Of  Bromley,  Kent.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1666;  of  Bromley.  Father  of  Bishop  (1656-7). 
(Al.  Oxon.;  Vis.  of  Kent,  1663.) 

SATERTHWAIT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
June  25,  1673.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Fumess  Fells,  Lanes.  B. 
there.  School,  Kendal.   Matric.  1673. 

SAUCER  orSACER, .  B.A.  1511-2;  M.A.  1515- 


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Sauchier,  William 

SAUCHIER,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1615  (on  King's  visit). 

SAUL,  see  also  SALL  and  SAWELL. 

SAUL,  EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  3,   1659. 

Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1659;  B.A.  1663.  Signs  for  deacon's 

orders  (London)  Sept.  18,  1663;  C.  of  Bassingthorpe,  Lines. 
SAUL,  ROBERT.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  13,  1622.    Of 

Lincolnsliire.    Migrated  to  Emmanuel,  Oct.  1622.    Matric. 

1623;  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1634. 
SAULE,  WALTER.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall;  adm.  Dec.  3, 1361. 

Promoted  to  a  benefice,  1387. 

SAUNDERS,  see  SANDERS. 

SAURESBY,  JAMES.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1584;  B.A.  1587-8. 
SAUTINIUS    (SAUTIN),    PETER.     M.D.    162 1    (Incorp.    from 

Padua).   Practised  at  Norwich.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1630. 

SAUTRE,  JOHN  DE,  see  SAWTRE. 

SAVACRE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1633;  B.A.  1637-8.  Possibly  s.  of  Edward  (Savacar),  R.  of 
Notgrove,  Gloucs.,  in  1577  and  again  in  1594. 

SAVACRE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1638. 

SAVADGE,  ARTHUR.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Dec.  6,  1631.  Of 
Sussex.  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1640.  Ord. 
deacon  (Carlisle)  Mar.  5,  1636-7.  R.  of  Brougham,  West- 
morland; ejected,  1644;  restored,  1660-3.  Preb.  of  Carlisle, 
1660-1700.  V.  of  Caldbeck,  Cumberland,  1663-1700.  Died 
1700.  Father  of  Richard  (1656-7).  (For  a  contemporary 
see  Al.  Oxon.)   (Nightingale,  1247.) 

SAVAGE,  ARTHUR.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
May  31,  1662.  S.  of  William,  of  Northlees,  Derbs.  School, 
Dronfield.   Matric.  1662;  B.A.  1665-6. 

SAVAGE,  ATHELSTAN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
July  7,  1680.  S.  of  Andrew,  clerk.  B.  at  Llanbrynmair, 
Montgomery.  School,  Llanidloes  (Mr  Lloyd).  Matric.  1681; 
B.A.  1683-4;  M.A.  1689.  Second  Master  of  Oswestry  School. 
R.  of  Llan-y-Cil,  Merioneth,  1690-1705.  (St  Asaph,  iii. 
125.) 

SAVAGE,  BONIFACE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1579; 
B.A.  from  Clare,  1584-5;  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1588. 

SAVAGE,  BONIFACE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1598.  One  of  these  names  of  Pontefract,  Yorks.,  in  1629; 
married  Mercy,  dau.  of  Charles  Young,  of  Methley,  in 
1611. 

SAVAGE,  CULPEPER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May 
14,  1706.  S.  of  John  (1659-6),  clerk,  of  Uppingham,  Rutland. 

B.  there.  School,  Uppingham  (under  his  father).  Matric. 
1706;  B.A.  1709-10;  M.A.  1713.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar. 
16,  1711-2.  V.  of  Stone-in-Oxney,  Kent,  until  i753-  V.  of 
Sutton  Valence,  1723.  R.  of  Eastry,  1747-53-  R-  of  Town 
Sutton,  1747.  Buried  at  St  James',  Bath,  June  2,  1753. 
Brother  of  John  (1686). 

SAVAGE,  EDWARD.  B.A.  from  Jesus,  1615-6;  M.A.  1619. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  1,  1617-8;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1618. 

C.  of  Swavesey,  Cambs.,  1618.  R.  of  Tilbrook,  Beds.,  1621. 
P.C.  of  Long  Stow,  Hunts.,  in  1651. 

SAVAGE,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1573. 
Migrated  to  Trinity.  Scholar,  1578;  B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582; 
B.D.  1589;  D.D.  1608.  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1581.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1601.  V.  of  Trumpington,  Cambs.,  1594-5-  V.  of 
Chesterton,  1599.  V.  of  Masham,  Yorks.,  1601-2.  R.  of 
Farthinghoe,  Northants.,  1602-38.  R.  of  Ripple,  Worcs., 
1607.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1638.   Father  of  the  next. 

SAVAGE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1633. 
S.  of  Francis  (above),  clerk,  R.  of  Ripple,  Worcs.  Matric. 
(Magdalen  HaU,  Oxford)  Dec.  9,  1631,  age  16;  B.A.  (Em- 
manuel) 1634-5;  M.A.  (do.)  1638. 

SAVAGE,  HENRY.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  21,  1583;  'B.A.; 
of  St  John's;  age  30;  of  Hallingbury,  Essex ';  priest.  May  27, 
1586.  B.  at  Glandford  Brigg,  Lines.  C.  of  Hormead, 
Essex. 

SAVAGE,  HENRY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1671. 
Matric.  Easter,  1672;  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679;  B.D.  1690. 
Fellow,  1675-91.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Mar.  11,  1676-7. 
Died  1691.   (Harwood.) 

SAVAGE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Aug.  14,  1675. 
Of  London.  Colleger  at  Eton,  1666-74.  One  of  these  names 
adm.  at  Leyden,  Oct.  27,  1681. 

SAVAGE,  JOHN.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1437-47-  Perhaps 
R.  of  Bale,  Norfolk,  c.  1447.  One  of  these  names,  'LL.B.,' 
R.  of  St  Andrew  Undershaft,  London,  1443-75-  Died  1475; 
to  be  buried  in  St  Paul's.   Will,  Coram.  C.  London. 

SAVAGE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1595. 


Savage,  Thomas 

SAVAGE,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Jesus,  1610-1;  M.A.  1614.  Perhaps 
ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Feb.  21,  1618-9.  One  of 
these  names  V.  of  Long  Stanton  All  Saints',  Cambs.,  1612-9. 

SAVAGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Feb.  28,  1619-20. 
Of  Warwickshire.   Perhaps  brother  of  William  (1616). 

SAVAGE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1634.  Of  Dorset.  B.A.  1637-8;  M.A.  1641.  Fellow.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Jan.  2,  1643-4;  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  8, 
1644.  Probably  R.  of  Bloxworth,  Dorset,  in  1651.  Buried 
there,  1697.   (Hutchins,  i.  183.) 

SAVAGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  Jan.  31, 
1659-60.  ist  s.  of  Thomas,  clockmaker.  B.  at  Exeter. 
Schools,  Exeter  and  Tiverton.  Matric.  i66o;  B.A.  1663-4; 
M.A.  1667.  Fellow,  1664.  C.  of  Airington,  Cambs.,  1668. 
R.  of  Morcott,  Rutland,  1682-1721.  Head  Master  of  Upping- 
ham School,  1684-1721.  Died  1721.  Father  of  John  (1686) 
and  Culpeper  (1706). 

SAVAGE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  8, 

1685.  S.  of  Thomas,  cooper,  deceased.  B.  at  Peterborough, 
Northants.  School,  Peterborough  (Mr  Waring).  Matric. 
1687;  B.A.  1689-90.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  23,  1692. 
See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary  namesake. 

SAVAGE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  7, 

1686.  S.  of  John  (1659-60),  R.  of  Morcott,  Rutland.  B.  in 
Rutland.  School,  Uppingham  (Mr  Davison).  Matric.  1686; 
B.A.  1689-90;  M.A.  1693;  B.D.  1701.  Fellow,  1692-1704. 
Ord.  priest  (Lincohi)  Sept.  20,  1696.  V.  of  Holme-on- 
Spalding-Moor,  Yorks.,  1703-33.  Died  1733.  Brother  of 
Culpeper  (1706). 

SAVAGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  13,  1690-1. 
Of  Hertfordshire.  B.  1673.  School,  Westminster.  Matric. 
1691;  B.A.  1694-5;  M.A.  1698.  Incorp.  at  O.xford,  1705. 
B.D.  and  D.D.  (Christ  Church,  Oxford)  1707.  Incorp.  at 
Cambridge,  1730.  R.  of  Bygrave,  Herts.,  1701-8.  R.  of 
Clothall,  1708-47.  Lecturer  at  St  George's,  Hanover  Square, 
1732.  Author,  historical,  etc.  Killed  Mar.  22  (?24),  1746-7, 
by  a  fall  down  the  steps  of  the  scaffolding  erected  for  Lord 
Lovat's  trial.  (Al.  Westmon.,  209;  D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.; 
G.  Mag. ;  L.  Mag.) 

SAVAGE,  LUKE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1548. 

SAVAGE,  REPENT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Apr.  11,  1581. 
B.  at  Brentwood,  Essex.  Matric.  1581;  B.A.  1584-5;  LL.D. 
from  Pembroke,  1606-7.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May,  1599. 
R.  of  Corringham  St  Mary,  Essex,  1599-1619.  Married 
Mercie  Chace,  July  14, 1608.  Will  (Cons.  C.  London)  1619-20; 
of  Gt  Warley.   Probably  father  of  the  next.   (Peile,  i.  164.) 

SAVAGE,  REPENT.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Easter,  1622. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.  Probablys.  of  Repent  (above).  Migrated 
to  Queens',  1624;  B.A.  1627  8. 

SAVAGE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Lent,  1656-7. 
S.  of  Arthur  (1631),  V.  of  Caldbeck,  Cumberland.  B.A. 
1660-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Carlisle)  Sept.  25,  1670;  priest,  Sept. 
21,  1673.  V.  of  Thursby,  Cumberland,  1673-4.  Buried  at 
Caldbeck,  Apr.  4,  1674-   (B.  Nightingale,  544,  553.) 

SAVIDGE,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1646;  B.A.  1649-50.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Aug.  23, 
1662.  V.  of  Aldeburgh,  Suffolk,  1656. 

SAVAGE,  SAMUEL.  M.A.  from  King's,  1720.  S.  of  John,  of 
Worcester,  clerk.  Matric.  (Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford)  Mar.  19, 
1701-2,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1705.  Ord.  deacon  (Wor- 
cester) Sept.  22,  1706;  priest  (Oxford)  June  19,  1709.  V.  of 
Dymock,  Gloucs.,  1714-61.  R.  of  Poole  Keynes,  Wilts., 
1721.  Chaplain  to  Lord  Ducie.  Died  1761.  Will,  P.C.C. 
(Al.  Oxon.;  F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

SAVAGE,  THOMAS.  LL.D.  (Incorp.)  1495-6.  S.  of  Sir  John, 
of  Clifton,  Cheshire.  Chaplain  to  Henry  VII,  1485.  Employed 
as  ambassador  to  Castile  and  Portugal,  1488,  and  to  France, 
1490.  Bishop  of  Rochester,  1493-6.  Bishop  of  London, 
1496-1501.  Archbishop  of  York,  1501-7.  Died  Sept.  3,  1507. 
Buried  in  York  Minster.   (Cooper,  1.  12;  D.N.B.) 

SAVAGE,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1621  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Oxfordshire.  Militis  fil.  Matric.  (Magdalen  College,  Oxford) 
Tune  16,  1610,  age  17;  B.A.  1615;  M.A.  1618.  Fellow  of 
Magdalen,  1618-21.  R.  of  Sutton  Bonuington  St  Michael, 
Notts.,  1620.  R.  of  St  Anne,  1623.  Licensed,  June  28,  1624, 
to  marry  Elizabeth  Rooe,  of  Welboum,  Lines.  Buried  at 
St  Anne,  Notts.,  May  21,  1662.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SAVAGE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  29, 
1734.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Yorks.  B.  at  SheflSeld. 
Schools,  Sheffield  and  Westminster.  Matric.  1735;  B.A. 
1738-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  24,  1738;  pnest  (Litt. 
dim.  from  York)  Dec.  1740.  C.  of  Welby.  V.  of  Owston, 
Yorks.,  1744-82.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Durley,  Derbs., 
1745-64.  But  see  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary  namesake. 
(Scott-Mayor,  iii.  463.) 


2X 


Savage,  Thomas  Byrche 

SAVAGE,  THOMAS  BYRCHE.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  i8)  at 
Trinity,  Nov.  i8,  1749.  S.  of  William  Byrche,  LL.D., 
Chancellor  of  Worcester,  and  of  Leacroft,  StaSs.  (and 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Thomas  Savage,  of  Elmley  Castle,  Worcs.). 
School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1749.  Assumed  the  name  of 
Savage  and  succeeded  to  Elmley  Castle,  Worcs.  Married 
Dorothy,  dau.  of  Thomas  Kynnersley,  of  Loxley,  Staffs. 
Died  s.p.,  Sept.  4,  1776.   {Nash,  i.  3S3-4.) 

SAVYDGE,  W.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Lent,  1563-4.  One 
William  Savage,  ord.  priest  (Chichester)  Oct.  28,  1570.  R. 
of  Ovingdean,  Sussex,  1570-1619.  'B.  in  Clayton;  aged  44,' 
in  1590.  Buried  Sept.  4,  1619.   (W.  C.  Renshaw.) 

SAVAGE,  WILLIAM.   '  King's  Scholar,'  1335. 

SAVAGE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1570. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  North  Benfleet,  Essex,  1572-81. 
Died  1581.  Wm  (P.C.C.)  1582;  son,  Repent. 

SAVAGE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  i6i(5. 
Of  Warwickshire.  B.A.  1619-20.  Perhaps  brother  of  John 
(1619-20). 

SAVAGE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  6,  1686. 
B.  at  Ickleford,  Herts.  Matric.  1686;  B.A.  1689-90;  M.A. 
1693;  B.D.  1700;  D.D.  1717  (Cmn.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1692-1703. 
Master,  1719-36.  Vice-Chancellor,  1724-5.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Dec.  13,  1692;  priest  (Lincoln)  June  7,  1696. 
Chaplain  to  Lord-Keeper  Wright  and  afterwards  to  Bishop 
Atterburj'.  R.  of  St  Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe,  London, 
1702.  R.  of  St  Anne's,  Blackfriars,  1702-36.  R.  of  Graves- 
end,  1704-20,  and  of  Stone,  Kent,  1720-36.  Author, 
sermons.  Died  Aug.  2,  1736.  Buried  at  Sampford,  Essex. 
Admon.,  P.C.C.  (D.N.B.;  Emmanuel  Coll.  Hist.,  128; 
Hennessy.) 

SAVAGE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  10, 
1704.  S.  of  William,  of  Bloxworth,  Dorset.  School,  West- 
minster. Matric.  1704;  Scholar,  1705.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Feb.  8,  1705-6.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1711. 

SAVAGE, .   Rector.  B.Can.L.  1489-90. 


SAVAGE, 


B.Civ.L.  1490-1. 


SAVAGE, .  B.A.  1498-9;  M.A.  1502-3. 

SAVAGE, .  B.Can.L.  1498-9.   Probably  Robert,  B.Can.L., 

V.  of  Hornsea,  Yorks.,  1499-1513. 
SAVARY,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  11,  1720.  B.  in 

London. 
SAVERY,     THOMAS.      Matric.    sizar     from     Caius,    Easter, 

1559- 
SAVIGNAC,  JACOB.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  23, 

1729.    S.  of  J.,  gent.,  of  Middlesex.    B.  in  Westminster. 

School,  Westminster.    Matric.  1729.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoba) 

Sept.   22,    1734;   priest   (Rochester)   June  5,    i737-     R-  of 

Snelland,  Lines.,  1743-7.    Buried  at  St  Swithin's,  Lincoln, 

May  25,  1747.   (Scott-Mayor,  in.  425.) 

SAVILLE,  see  also  SACKVILLE. 

SAYVELL,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1570. 
Perhaps  s.  of  John,  of  Stanley,  near  Wakefield,  Yorks. 
Married  Catherine,  dau.  of  Alverj'  Copley,  of  Batley,  Nov. 
22,  1574.   Died  1590.  Admon.,  Aug.  1590. 

SAVELL,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1579. 
Doubtless  s.  of  George,  of  Hasleden  HaO,  Wakefield,  Yorks. 
B.  1560.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Jan.  22,  1581-2 ;  of  Fvuriival's 
Inn.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1591.  Died  Jan.  2,  1594-5-  He  and 
his  father  were  benefactors  of  Wakefield  School.  Probably 
brother  of  Thomas  (i579). 

SAVILLE,  Sir  GEORGE.  M.A.  1594-5.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of 
Henry,  of  Lupset,  Yorks.  B.  c.  1550.  Of  St  John's  College, 
Oxford,  c.  1566.  Student  of  Lincoln's  Inn,  1568.  M.P.  for 
Boroughbridge,  1586-7;  for  Yorks.,  1592-3.  Knighted, 
June  18,  1587.  Of  Barrowby,  Lines.  Succeeded  to  the  estate 
of  ThomhiU,  Yorks.,  Feb.  1602-3.  Created  Bart,  of  Thorn- 
hill,  June  29,  1611.  Sheriff  of  Yorks.,  1613-4.  Died  Nov.  12, 
1622.  Buried  at  Thomhill.  M.I.  Doubtless  father  of  the 
next.   (G.JE.C,  i.  49;  Hunter,  S.  Yorks.,  11.  301.) 

SAVILL,  GEORGE.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Trinity,  c.  1595. 
Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  George  (above),  of  Thomlull, 
Yorks.,  Bart.  Matric.  (University  College,  Oxford)  June  30, 
1598,  age  15;  B.A.  (0.xford)  1600-1.  M.P.  for  Morpeth,  1601; 
for  Appleby,  1614.  Knighted,  May  11,  1603.  Married  Anne, 
dau.  of  Sir  WiUiam  Wentworth.  Buried  at  Thomhill,  Aug. 
24,  1614,  aged  31.   {G.E.C.,  i.  51;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SAVILE,  Sir  GEORGE,  Bart.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens', 
Jan.  21,  1744-5.  S.  of  Sir  George,  of  Thomhill,  Yorks., 
Bart.  B.  July  18,  1726.  M.A.  1749;  LL.D.  1749.  Succeeded 
as  8th  Bart.,  Sept.  16,  1743.  F.R.S.,  1747.  Vice-President 
of  the  Society  of  Arts.   M.P.  for  Yorks.,  1759-83.   Success- 


Savill,  Robert 

fully  introduced  Nullum  Tempus  BUI,  1768;  supported  the 
resistance  of  the  American  Colonies,  1775.  A  staunch  whig 
of  unimpeachable  character.  Died  unmarried,  Jan.  10,  1784. 
Buried  at  ThomhiU,  Yorks.  M.I.  at  ThomhiU  and  at  York 
Minster.  (D.N.B.;  G.E.C.i.  51.) 
SAVILL,  HENRY.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1602;  M.A.  1607  (fit.  tiob.).  One  of  these  names  s.  of  Sir 
John,  Baron  of  the  Exchequer,  for  whom  see  Al.  Oxon.; 
the  dates  make  identification  with  this  man  unlikely. 

SAVILL,  HENRY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Sidney,  May  15,  1616. 
3rd  s.  of  Sir  George,  of  ThomhiU,  Yorks.,  Knt.  and  Bart. 
Bapt.  Dec.  7,  1599,  at  ThomhiU.  Matric.  1616.  Adm.  at 
Lincohi's  Inn,  Apr.  21,  1618.  Of  Bowling,  Yorks.,  Esq. 
Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Robert  Crewse,  of  London.  Living, 
1666.  Brother  of  John  (1616).  (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  Vis.  of 
Yorks.,  1666.) 

SAVILE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  27, 
1640.  8th  s.  of  Henry,  of  Copley,  near  HaUfax,  Yorks.  Bapt. 
Nov.  24,  1623,  at  HaUfax.  Schools,  Mansfield  (Mr  Dodgson) 
and  York  (Mr  WaUis).  Matric.  1640.  Buried  at  HaUfax, 
June  16,  1642.   {Peile,  1.  470;  Geneal.,  N.S.,  .xiii.  119.) 

SAVILE,  HUGH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  5,  1586. 
Matric.  1586. 

SAVELL,  JOHN.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1572. 
Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  Robert  SavUe,  alias  Barkston. 
B.  1560.  Sheriff  of  Lines.,  1590.  Knighted,  July  23,  1603. 
M.P.  for  Yorks.,  1624.  High  Steward  of  the  honour  of 
Pontefract  and  ComptroUer  of  the  Household,  1625-8. 
Created  Baron  Savile  of  Pomfret,  July  21,  1628.  Married 
(i)  Catherine,  dau.  of  Christopher,  Baron  WiUcughby; 
(2)  EUzabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  Edward  Caryl,  of  Aldenham,  Herts. 
Died  Aug.  31,1630.  Buried  at  Batley.  (One  of  these  names 
s.  of  WiUiam,  of  Grantham,  Lines.  Married  and  had  issue. 
Buried  at  Somerby  (he  is  caUed  Sheriff  of  Lines.,  in  1590)-) 
Perhaps  father  of  Thomas  (1608).  (G.E.C.;  Lines.  Pedigrees, 
860.) 

SAVELL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  May  13,  1581. 
Matric.  1581.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  10; 
1583-4;  of  Yorkshire. 

SAVELL,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1597. 

SAVILL,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Sidney,  May  15,  1616. 
2nd  s.  of  Sir  George,  of  ThomhiU,  Yorks.,  Knt.  B.  in  York- 
shire. Matric.  1616.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  21,  1618. 
CaUed  to  the  Bar,  1625.  A  govemor  of  Wakefield  School, 
1625-50  Knighted,  June  22,  1627.  High  Sheriff  of  Yorks., 
1647-48  and  1649-50.  A  Parliamentarian.  Of  Lupset, 
Yorks.,  Esq.  Married  (i)  EUzabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  John 
Armitage,  of  Kirklees,  Yorks.;  (2)  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  John 
Soame.  His  son,  John,  succeeded  as  6th  Bart.  Buried 
May  8,  1660,  at  Horbury.  Brother  of  Henry  (1616).  (Vis. 
of  Yorks.,  1666;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

SAVILE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Jan.  29,  1638-9. 
Matric.  1659;  Scholar,  1661;  B.A.  1662-3;  M.A.  1666.  Signs 
for  deacon's  orders  (London)  June  1,  1667;  for  priest's. 
May  28,  1670.  Chaplain  to  Lord  Grey.  R.  of  Clapham, 
Surrey,  1 675-1 705.  Buried  at  Shelley,  Essex,  Feb.  8,  1705-6. 
(One  of  these  names  P.C.  of  Holmfirth,  Yorks.,  1674-85- 
Buried  Feb.  12,  1685-6.  See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary.) 

SAVILE,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Trinity,  Feb.  i, 
1686-7.  S.  of  John,  of  Methley  HaU,  Yorks.  B.  there,  Mar.  7, 
1671.  School,  Wakefield.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Dec.  7, 
1686.  Of  Methley,  Esq.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  John 
Bankes,  of  Aylesford,  Kent,  Bart.  Buried  at  Methley,  Apr. 
28,  1711.   (M.  H.  Peacock;  Geneal.,  N.S.,  xv.  44.) 

SAVILL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  17,  1709. 
S.  of  John,  mercer,  of  Colchester.  B.  at  Horkesley,  Essex. 
School,  Felsted.  Matric.  1709;  Scholar,  1709-12.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  25,  1710,  and  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Jan. 
31,  1712-3.  Of  Stisted  HaU,  Essex,  Esq.  Lord  of  the  Manor 
of  Gt  Fordham,  Essex.  Died  unmarried,  Feb.  1734-5. 
[Venn,  1.  520.) 

SAVILE,  JOHN.  LL.D.  from  King's,  1749;  probably  adm. 
1738-9.  S.  and  h.  of  Charles,  of  Methley,  Yorks.,  Esq.  M.P. 
for  Hedon,  1747-9;  for  Shoreham,  1761-8.  K.B.,  1749. 
Created  Lord  PoUington,  1753,  and  Earl  of  Mexborough, 
Feb.  II,  1765.  Married  Sarah,  dau.  of  Francis  Blake  Delaval, 
Esq.  Died  Feb.  12,  1778.  Buried  at  Methley.  (Geneal.,  li.S., 
XV.  44.) 

SAVILL,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1622 ; 
B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1628;  M.A.  1636.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  July  3;  priest,  July  4,  1623.  R.  of  St  Clement's, 
Hastings,  1629-38.  R.  of  Peasemarsh,  Sussex,  1637-8.  WiU 
proved  (P.C.C.)  1638.   (W.  C.  Renshaw.) 

SAVILL  or  SEVELL,  ROBERT.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from 
Trinity,  Easter,  1562.  Perhaps  brother  of  Thomas  (1561). 


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Savill,  Samuel 

SAVILL,  SAMUEL.  Adrn.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  21,  1607.  Of  Wakefield,  Yorks.  S.  of  WilUam, 
attorney,  of  Wakefield  and  Mexborough.  Matric.  1607-8; 
B.A.  1611-2;  M.A.  1615.  Fellow,  1610-23.  'Lived  in  Yorks. 
upon  a  good  estate.  Esquire  of  the  Body  extraordinary  to 
Charles  I.'  Secretary  to  the  Earl  of  Carlisle,  1616.  Royalist; 
suffered  in  the  Civil  wars.  Married  Alice,  dau.  of  John 
Blacket,  of  Herts.  Philosopher  and  mathematician.  Died 
May  25,  1660,  aged  72.  M.L  at  Mexborough.  (Hunter, 
S.  Yorks.;  Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665;  Harwood;  Genealogist,  N.S., 
XXII.  48.) 

SAVILE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  May  18, 
1664.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Darton  (?  Darlton)  Grange,  Notts., 
gent.  B.  at  'Osworth,'  Notts.   Matric.  1664. 

SAVELL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1561.  Oneof  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1564.  Perhaps 
brother  of  Robert  (1562). 

SAVELL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1579- 
Probably  s.  of  George,  of  Haselden  Hall,  Wakefield,  Yorks. 
B.  c.  1562.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Aug.  30,  1582. 
Married  Sarah,  dau.  of  Richard  Clayton,  of  Wakefield. 
Died  Apr.  1599.  A  benefactor  of  Wakefield  School.  Probably 
brother  of  George  (1579). 

SAVYLE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  28,  1592. 
Matric.  c.  1592;  Scholar;  B.A.  1595-6;  M.A.  1604.  R.  of 
Stifford,  Essex,  1610-9.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  George 
Goodwin,  R.  of  Moreton,  Essex,  Oct.  7,  1614.  Author, 
Prisoner's  Conference,  etc.   {Cooper,  11.  447.) 

SAVILE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Peterhouse,  Oct.  2, 
1608.  Doubtless  3rd  s.  of  John  (1572),  ist  Baron  Savile, 
of  Pontefract  (Pomfret).  B.  c.  1590.  Matric.  1608.  Adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  1610.  Knighted,  Mar.  6,  1616-7.  M.P. 
for  Yorks.,  1624-5;  for  York,  1628.  Gentleman  of  the 
Privy  Chamber,  1626.  Created  Viscount  Savile  and  Baron 
Castlebar,  June  11,  1628.  Succeeded  his  father  as  2nd  Baron 
Savile,  Aug.  31,  1630.  Lord  President  of  the  Council  of  the 
North,  1641.  Lord-Lieut,  of  Yorks.,  1641.  Treasurer  of  the 
Household,  1641-5.  Governor  of  York,  1642.  Created  Earl 
of  Sussex,  May  25,  1644.  Married  (i)  Frances,  dau.  of  Sir 
Thomas  Sondes,  of  Throwley,  Kent;  (2)  Anne,  dau.  of 
Christopher,  Earl  of  Anglesey.  Will  dated,  Nov.  8,  1657; 
proved,  Oct.  8,  1659.  {G.E.C.;  T.  A.  Walker.) 

SAVILL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  July  5, 
1669.  Matric.  1669. 

SAVELL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1569; 
B.A.  1573-4;  M.A.  1577. 

SAVELL,  WILLIAM.   M.A.  1571  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 

SAVELL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1591; 
B.A. 1595-6. 

SAVELL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Easter, 
1617.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Gabriel,  of  Newton,  Lines.,  Esq., 
deceased  (and  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Thomas  Wendy,  of  Hasling- 
field,  Cambs.).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  6,  1622.  M.P. 
for  Lines.,  1654-5  and  1656-7.  Died  1657.  {Lines.  Pedigrees, 
861.) 

SAVILL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  23,  1647. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  late  of 
Newton,  Lines.,  Esq.,  deceased.  B.  1630.  Matric.  1647-8. 
Adm.  at  Lincohi's  Inn,  Nov.  28,  1650.  Buried  at  Newton, 
Feb.  I,  1681-2.   {Lines.  Pedigrees,  861.) 

SAVILL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  5, 
1658.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Arksey,  Yorks.  (by  his  2nd 
wife  Rosamund,  dau.  of  John  Franck,  of  Pontefract).  Bapt. 
there.  Mar.  26,  1640.  School,  Holden,  Yorks.  Matric.  1658. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  16,  1659.  Of  Cridling  Park. 
Married  Catherine,  dau.  of  Arthur  Ingram,  of  Knottingley, 
Yorks.  Died  Sept.  3,  1691.  Buried  at  Knottingley. 
{Genealogist,  N.S.,  xiii.  119.) 

SAVILE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare,  Oct.  16,  1658. 
Of  Halifax,  Yorks.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Copley, 
near  Halifax,  Yorks.  Bapt.  Aug.  24,  1641,  at  Halifax. 
Matric.  1659.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  i,  1655-6.  Buried 
in  St  Edward's,  Cambridge,  Aug.  23,  1661.  {Genealogist, 
N.S.,  XIII.  119.) 

SAVILE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  23, 
1673.  S.  of  Samuel,  gent.,  of  Mexborough,  Yorks.,  and 
grandson  of  Samuel  (1607).  Bapt.  there,  June  9,  1656. 
Matric.  1673;  LL.B.  1678.  Married  and  had  issue.  Buried 
at  Mexborough,  July  3,  1718.  (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665; 
Genealogist,  N.S.,  xxii.  48.) 

SAYVELL,    .      Matric.    pens,    from    Christ's,    Easter, 

1544- 

SAVILL, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  King's,  173S-9.   Probably 

John,  LL.D.  1749,  whom  see. 


Sawtre,  Robert  de 

SAVONA,  LAURENCE  WILLIAM  of.  D.D.  of  Cambridge. 
Fl.  1485.  A  Franciscan  of  London.  At  Cambridge,  in  1478, 
when  he  wrote  his  Margarita  Eloquentiae.  {D.N.B.) 

SAWBRIDGE,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  3, 
1597.  Matric.  c.  1597;  Scholar;  B.A.  1600-1;  M.A.  1604; 
B.D.  1611.  Fellow,  1605-13.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1609.  R.  of 
Hadleigh,  Essex,  1612-33.  R.  of  Stondon  Massey,  1633. 
Died  c.  1660. 

SAWBRIDGE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  15,  1668.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Melton  Mowbray,  Leics. 
B.  there.  School,  Melton  Mowbray.  Matric.  1669;  B.A. 
1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1677.  Ord.  priest 
(Ely)  May  30,  1675.  V.  of  Lowesby,  Leics.,  1679-1700. 
R.  of  South  Croxton,  1690-1700.  V.  of  Knaptoft,  1700-13. 
Buried  at  Mowsley,  Knaptoft,  Mar.  12,  1712-3.  Probably 
father  of  the  next.   {Nichols,  iv.  222,  866-8.) 

SAWBRIDGE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  5, 
1705.  Of  Leicestershire.  Probably  s.  of  Thomas  (above). 
Matric.  1705-6;  B.A.  1708-9;  M.A.  1712.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Mar.  19,  1708-9;  priest,  June  15,  1712.  Probably 
R.  of  Gilmorton,  Leics.,  1712-5,  deprived.  Perhaps  chaplain 
in  the  Navy,  1720,  and  in  the  East  India  Company  at 
Tellichery,  Bombay,  1723.  One  of  these  names,  LL.D.,  dean 
of  Ferns  and  Leighlin,  Ireland,  1728-33;  died  May  30,  1733. 
(H.  B.  Hyde,  Annals  of  Bengal;  Assoc.  Architect.  Soc. 
Reports,  xxx.  430.) 

SAWELL,  see  also  SAUL. 

SAWELL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Pembroke,  July  i,  1674- 
Previously  matric.  (St  Alban  Hall,  Oxford)  July  4,  1673, 
age  18.  S.  of  William,  of  Gerrans,  Cornwall.  Matric.  1677; 
B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1705  {Lit.  Reg.);  'had  served  abroad  as 
chaplain  in  the  army.'  R.  of  Walton,  Bucks.,  1695-1711. 
V.  of  Cholsey,  Berks.,  1705.   (Al.  Oxon.;  Lipscomb,  iv.  387.) 

SAWEN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1551. 
Butler  of  the  College.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Ringsfield, 
Suffolk,  1561-99. 

SAWKINS,  JAMES.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  CORPUS  Christi,  1587, 
as  'Sakings.'   Matric.  1588. 

SAWKINS,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  12, 
1 75 1.  S.  of  Joseph,  attorney,  of  Kent.  B.  at  Canterbury. 
School,  Canterbury.  Matric.  1752;  LL.B.  1758.  Ord.  deacon 
(Canterbury)  Sept.  25,  1757;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1758.  V.  of 
Frampton,  Dorset,  1776-99.  R.  of  Bettiscombe,  1784-99. 
Died  Aug.  4,  1799.  Buried  at  Frampton.  {Scott-Mayor,  iii. 
610.) 

SAWKIN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Jan.  4,  1644-5. 
Previously  matric.  (Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford)  May  15,  1640, 
age  17.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Tamworth,  Warws.  B.A.  1644-5; 
M.A.  1648.   FeDow  of  Queens',  1647-53- 

SAWKYNS,  THOMAS.   B.D.  1532-3-  Franciscan  friar. 

SAWLE,  WILLIAM,  see  SAWELL. 

SAWNDE, .  Of  Trinity.  Went  overseas,  1594.   {Foley.) 

SAWNER, .  B.D.  1471-2. 

SAWODE,  ROBERT,  see  SOWODE. 

SAWREY,  see  also  SOWRAY. 

SAWREY,  MILES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  Sept.  8, 
1668.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Hawkshead,  Lanes.  School, 
Hawkshead  (Mr  Bordley).  One  of  these  names  Master  of 
Hawkshead  School,  1671-2.   (Peile,  11.  17.) 

SAWREY  or  SORY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1581.  2nd  s.  of  Henry  (?  John),  of  Plumpton,  near 
Ulverston,  Cumberland.  B.  there,  Sept.  4,  1564.  Migrated 
to  Peterhouse,  May  26,  1582.  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  1587.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  19,  1587-8.  V.  of  Preston, 
Lanes.,  1592-1604.  R.  of  Windermere,  Cumberland,  1594- 
1610.  R.  of  Halton,  Lanes.,  1606-10.   {Nightingale,  1036.) 

SAWREY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  22,  1725. 
Of  Cheshire.  Matric.  1725;  B.A.  1728-9;  M.A.  1738. 

SAWSER,  JOHN.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1461-79.  Excused 
lecturing  after  admission  (?  to  B.D.),  1471-2. 

SAWSTON,  JOHN.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse.  Ord.  sub-deacon 
(Ely)  Sept.  23,  1419. 

SAWTRE,  BERNARD.  M.A.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1333. 
R.  of  Northwold,  Norfolk,  1336.   {T.  A.  Walker.) 

SAWTRE  or  SAUTRE,  JOHN  DE.  'King's  Scholar'  at  Cam- 
bridge, 1341.   Died  May  24,  1349. 

SAWTRE,  RICHARD  DE.  M.A.  B.Can.L.  and  B.Civ.L.  R.  of 
Northwold,  Norfolk.  Petitioned  the  Pope  for  a  canonry  of 
York,  1363.   {Cat.  Pap.  Pet.,  i.) 

SAWTRE,  ROBERT  DE.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1339-33. 
Died  1352. 

SAWYER,  see  also  SAYER. 


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Sawyer,  Ambrose 

SAWYER,  AMBROSE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Trinity,  Sept. 
II,  1678.  Of  Northamptonshire.  S.  of  Francis  (1649). 
School,  Leicester  (Mr  Wakeman).  Matric.  1679;  Scholar, 
1681;  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A.  1686.  Chaplain,  1685-96.  R.  of 
Ashley,  Northants.,  1696-1730.  Died  1730.  Father  of  the 
next  and  of  Francis  (1719). 

SAWYER,  AMBROSE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
July  9,  1713.  S.  of  Ambrose  (above),  clerk.  B.  at  Irthling- 
borough,  Northants.  School,  Oakham.  Matric.  1714.  Buried 
at  All  Saints',  Cambridge,  Jan.  21,  1716-7.  Brother  of 
Francis  (1719). 

SAWYER,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  15, 
1631-2.  Of  Northamptonshire.  S.  of  John,  of  Kettering. 
Age  4  in  1618.  Matric.  1632.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
Jan.  30,  1633-4.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1641.  Married  (i)  Rachel 
West;  (2)  Joyce  James.  Buried  at  Kettering,  Nov.  23,  1680. 
(Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

SAWYER,  EDMUND.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Sept.  19,  1705.  S.  of  Henry,  Esq.  B.  in  Northamptonshire. 
Bapt.  Aug.  6,  1689,  at  Kettering.  Matric.  1705-6.  He  and 
his  father  sold  the  Manor  House  and  lands  of  Kettering  on 
Sept.  3,  1720.   Died  Oct.  9,  1759. 

SAWYER,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  11,  1649. 
Of  Northamptonshire.  Perhaps  4th  s.  of  John,  of  Kettering. 
Matric.  1649;  Scholar,  1650;  B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1656. 
Intruding  V.  of  Sibbertoft,  Northants.,  1655-c.  62.  R.  of 
Upper  Isham,  1662-5.  R-  oi  Thorpe  Malsor,  1662-9.  Chap- 
lain to  Lord  Montagu,  in  1674.  V.  of  St  Margaret,  Leicester, 
1674.  V.  of  Knighton,  Leics.,  1674-83.  R.  of  Kettering, 
Northants.,  1684-1709.  Will  (Archd.  Northampton)  1710. 
Father  of  Ambrose  (1678). 

SAWYER,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  20,  1719. 
2nd  s.  of  Ambrose  (1678).  B.  at  Ashley,  Northants.  School, 
Oakham.  Matric.  1719;  B.A.  1722-3;  M.A.  1727.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  22,  1723,  age  23;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1725. 
C.  of  Ashley,  Northants.,  1723;  R.,  1730-45.  Married  Cathe- 
rine Clough,  of  Tugby,  Leics.,  Oct.  3,  1738.  Died  1745. 
Brother  of  Ambrose  (1713).   (W.  M.  Noble;  H.  L  Longden.) 

SAWER,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  20,  1633. 
Of  Norfolk.  Probably  died  in  College;  buried  at  Gt  St 
Andrew's,  Cambridge,  Jan.  29,  1634-5. 

SAWER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  June  23,  1593; 
B.A.  1596-7;  M.A.  1600.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich) 
Sept.  29,  1599.  C.  of  Holme-by-the-Sea,  Norfolk. 

SAWYER,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Mar.  1610-1. 

SAWYER,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1648.  4th  s.  of  Sir  Edmund,  of  Heywood,  Berks.  B.  1633. 
Craven  Scholar,   1649;  B.A.   1651-2;   M.A.   1655.    Fellow, 

1652.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1655.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 

1653.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1661.  Treasurer,  1683-8.  K.C. 
M.P.  for  Chipping  Wycombe,  1673-9;  for  Cambridge 
University,  1689-92.  Knighted,  Oct.  17,  1677.  Speaker  of 
the  House  of  Commons,  1678.  Attorney-General,  1681-7. 
Counsel  for  the  seven  bishops  in  the  reign  of  James  II. 
Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  Ralph  Suckley,  of  Canonbury, 
Middlesex,  July  i,  1665.  Died  July  28,  1692.  Buried  at 
Highclere,  Hants.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  Aug.  (D.A^.B.;  Burke,  L.  G.) 

SAWYER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Jan.  17,  1745-6. 
Probably  s.  of  John,  of  Heywood,  White  Waltham,  Berks. 
B.  there.   Matric.  1745-6. 

SAWYER,  RUPERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  7, 
1697.  S.  of  Rupert,  vintner.  B.  in  London.  School,  Salis- 
bury (Mr  Taylor).  Matric.  1697;  B.A.  1701-2.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  20,  1702.  C.  of  Marham,  Northants.,  1702. 

SAWYER, .   Pens,  at  Jesus,  1589-90. 

SAXBY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  19)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  1517.  Name  off,  1519.  Of  Gt  Leigh,  Essex. 
Student  of  Law  at  Clement's  Inn.  One  of  these  names  Baron 
of  the  Exchequer,  1548-62.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1562. 

SAXBY,  EDWARD.  B.Can.L.  1533-4.  Perhaps  B.A.  from 
Oxford,  1527.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Galby,  Leics.,  1549; 
'aged  68;  not  married;  ord.  by  Bp  of  Lincoln;  Bach,  of  Law; 
understands  Latin.'  Will  (Lincoln)  of  Edward  Saxby,  R.  of 
Galby,  1593.   (Lib.  Cleri,  1576.) 

SAXBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  31,  1629.  Of 
Kent.   Matric.  1632;  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636. 

SAXBY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  June  21, 
1651.  S.  of  John,  draper,  of  Leeds,  Kent.  B.  there.  School, 
Maidstone.  Matric.  1651. 

SAXON,  see  also  SAXTON. 

SAXONj  RALPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  23, 
1674.  S.  of  Ralph,  of  Betley,  Staffs.  B.  there.  School, 
Wrenbury.  Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1681. 

SAXPES,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1522-3;  M.A.  1526.  Possibly  s.  of 
Richard,  of  Withyham,  Sussex  (whose  will  (P.C.C.)  1509). 


Say,  Francis 

SAXTON,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  July  i,  1647. 
Of  Yorkshire.   Matric.  c.  1647. 

SAXTON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Educated  at  Cambridge.  Of  Wake- 
field, Yorks.  Topographical  draughtsman.  Obtained  the 
Queen's  patent  for  the  publication  of  maps  of  England,  1577, 
some  of  which  he  engraved  himself.  Living,  1600.  Buried 
at  Woodkirk,  near  Wakefield.  Perhaps  father  of  Peter 
(c.  1595).   (Cooper,  i.  420;  D.N.B.) 

SAXTON,  FAITHFULL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1622;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Leyden, 
Oct.  5,  1629.  Admon.  (York)  Fidentius  Saxton,  M.D.,  of 
Wakefield,  Yorks.,  1635. 

SAXTON,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Oct.  14,  i595.  Of 
Derbyshire.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Warmsworth,  Yorks.  Matric. 
c.  1596;  B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  1607.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Mar.  1608-9;  priest,  Sept.  1610.  Licensed  preacher.  V.  of 
Conisborough,  Yorks.,  1615-65.  Died  Apr.  21, 1665,  aged  84. 
Buried  at  Conisborough.  Father  of  Thomas  (1633)  and 
William  (1633).   (F.M.G.,  603.) 

SAXTONE,  PETER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1595- 
Perhaps  s.  of  Christopher,  the  chorographer.  B.  at  Bramley, 
Leeds.  School,  Leeds.  B.A.  1595-6;  M.A.  1603.  Ord.  priest 
(York)  Apr.  18,  1611.  R.  of  Edlington,  Yorks.,  1614-40. 
Went  to  New  England ;  succeeded  John  Lothrop  at  Scituate, 
Mass.,  1640-1.  Returned  to  England,  1641.  V.  of  Leeds, 
1646-51.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Anthony  Goodwin,  R. 
of  Rawmarsh,  Yorks.,  Feb.  12,  1626-7.  Died  Oct.  i,  1651. 
Buried  at  Leeds.  (F.M.G.,  604;  J.  G.  Bartlett;  FeU,  442; 
Hunter,  i.  94.) 

SAXTON  or  SAXON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene, 
Michs.  1633.  Doubtless  s.  of  Henry  (1595),  V.  of  Conis- 
borough, Yorks.  B.A.  1636-7.  Married  and  had  issue. 
Brother  of  WiUiam  (1633).   (F.M.G.,  603.) 

SAXTON,  WILLIAM.  Chaplain  of  King's;  ord.  priest  (London) 
1554.  Perhaps  C.  of  Thrapston,  Northaints.,  1554.  One  of 
these  names  C.  of  Castor,  1555. 

SAXTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  June  5,  1607. 
Matric.  1607;  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1609;  M.A.  1612. 
Perhaps  previously  a  student  at  Oxford.  If  so,  of  Yorkshire, 
pleb.  Matric.  (University  College,  Oxford)  Mar.  15,  1604-5, 
age  17.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1609;  priest,  Sept.  1610. 
C.  at  Cawthome,  Yorks.,  1615.  V.  of  Gringley,  Notts.,  1617. 
(Al.  Oxon.) 

SAXTON  or  SAXON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene, 
Michs.  1633.  Doubtless  s.  of  Henry  (1595).  B.A.  1636-7; 
M.A.  1640.  V.  of  Harworth,  Notts.  Married  Edith,  dau.  of 
William  Marshall,  of  Moor  AUerton,  near  Leeds.  Died  Nov. 
13,  1693,  aged  75.  Brotherof  Thomas  (1633).  (F.M.G.,603; 
Hunter,  i.  122.) 

SAY,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  17,  1631. 
Of  Northamptonshire.  2nd  s.  of  Francis,  of  Weston  Favell. 
Bapt.  Sept.  21,  1614,  at  Gt  Doddington.  Matric.  1631. 
Brother  of  the  next.   (Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618.) 

SAY,  AUGUSTUS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  5,  1637. 
3rd  s.  of  Francis,  of  Weston  FaveU,  Northants.  Bapt.  Aug. 
26,  1621,  at  Doddington.  Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1641-2.  Brother 
of  Alexander  (above). 

SAYE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clement  Hostel, 
Easter,  1544. 

SAY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Jan.  20,  1663-4.  Of 
Huntingdonshire.  Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1672. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  27,  1669-70;  priest  (Ely)  Sept. 
24,  1670.  V.  of  Caxton,  Cambs.,  1679-93.  R-  o^  East 
Hatley,  1689-1705.  Died  Nov.  22,  1705,  aged  58.  M.I.  at 
East  Hatley.  Father  of  the  next  and  of  WiUiam  (1713-4). 

SAY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  July  4,  1706. 
ist  s.  of  Francis  (above),  R.  of  East  Hatley,  Cambs.  B.  June 
9,  1690.  School,  Ruslingworth,  Beds.  Scholar,  1706-7; 
Matric.  1707;  B.A.  1710-1.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May, 
1713;  priest  (Norwich)  July,  1719.  V.  of  Barney,  Norfolk, 
1720-40.  V.  of  Hindolveston,  1721-40.  Died  1740.  Brother 
of  William  (1713-4).   (Peile,  11.  165.) 

SAY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  2,  1708. 
S.  of  Hugh,  of  London.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1709; 
Scholar,  1709;  B.A.  1711-2;  M.A.  1715.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Oct.  20,  1719.  Secretary  to  five  successive  bishops 
of  Ely.  Librarian  to  Queen  Caroline  at  St  James'  Park, 
1737.  Died  Sept.  10,  1748.  M.I.  in  Ely  Cathedral.  (Al, 
Westmon.,  250;  Bentham,  Ely;  G.  Mag.) 

SAY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Peterhouse,  Jan.  7, 
1742-3.  Of  Norfolk.  B.  in  Norfolk,  1722.  School,  Cambridge. 
Scholar,  1742;  Matric.  1743;  B.A.  1746-7;  M.A.  1753.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  1746;  priest  (Norwich)  Mar.  1747-8.  R.  of 
Hatley  St  George,  Cambs.,  1751.  V.  of  Whaddon,  1751. 
V.  of  Tadlow.  R.  of  East  Hatley,  1753.  Died  Mar.  13,  1796, 
aged  73.   WiU,  P.C.C.   (T.  A.  Walker,  2S1.) 


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Say,  John 

say,  john.  m.a.  1460. 

SAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1490;  B.A. 

1493-4.     Ord.   acolyte    (Ely),   Sept.;   sub-deacon    (?  priest) 

(Lincoln)    1496-7.     Minister   of    Lynn,    Norfolk.     Perhaps 

brother  of  Thomas  (1487).   (Harwood.) 
SAY,  RICHARD.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  4, 

1645-6.    S.   of  Thomas,    yeoman,   of   Hadeston,   Norfolk. 

B.  there.   School,  Norwich  (Mr  Lovering).    Matric.  1645-6; 

B.A.  1649-50;  M.A.  1660. 

SHY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Feb.  28,  1564-5.  S. 
of  George,  gent.,  of  Watlington,  Norfolk  (and  Ann,  dau.  of 
John  Bennett,  of  Burwell,  Cambs.).  School,  Lynn. 

SAYE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  c.  Apr.  1659. 
S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Islington,  in  Marshland,  Norfolk. 
B.  at  Outwell.  Schools,  Outwell  (private)  and  Lynn  (Mr 
Bell).  Matric.  1659;  Scholar,  1659-62.  Of  Islingcon,  Norfolk, 
gent.   Will  dated  and  proved,  1662.   {Venn,  i.  405.) 

SAY,  ROBERT.    M.A.  from  Caius,  1739.    S.  of  Robert,  gent. 

B.  in  St  James',  Westminster.  Of  University  College,  Oxford. 
Matric.  (University  College,  Oxford)  1730,  age  19;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1733.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June  9,  i734-  R-  of 
Swaffham,  Norfolk,  1738-48.  R.  of  Houghton-on-the-Hill, 
and  of  North  Pickenham,  1748-64.  Died  June  30,  1764. 
Will,  P.C.C.  Father  of  the  next.   (Venn,  11.  46.) 

SAY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Sept.  25,  1751- 
S.  of  Robert  (above),  R.  of  North  Pickenham  and  Beecham- 
weU,  Norfolk.  B.  at  Downham,  Norfolk.  School,  Seaming 
(Mr  Brett).  Scholar,  1751-6;  B.A.  1756;  M.A.  i759-  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  ig,  1756;  priest  (Norwich)  Oct.  22, 
1758.  R.  of  West  Walton,  Norfolk,  1762-85;  of  North 
Pickenham,  1764-84.   (Venn,  11.  66.) 

SAYE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1445. 
Of  Podington,  Beds. 

SAYE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1487. 
Perhaps  brother  of  John  (1490). 

SAY,  THOMAS.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1619;  B.A.  1619-20;  M.A. 
1623.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  19;  priest,  Dec.  20, 
1624. 

SAY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Mar.  3,  1658-9.  Matric. 
1659;  B.A.  1662-3.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  25,  1664. 

C.  of  Gt  Billing,  Northants.,  1669-71.  V.  of  Easton  Maudit, 
1680-6.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Scalford,  Leics.  Admon. 
(Leicester)  1693. 

SAY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Lent,  1713-4. 
S.  of  Francis  (1663-4).  B.  at  East  Hatley,  Dec.  5,  1696. 
Scholar,  1715;  B.A.  1717-8;  M.A.  1724  (William  Cray  Say). 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  1719;  priest  (Rochester)  Dec. 
1720.  Chaplain  to  Countess  of  Rockingham.  R.  of  East 
Hatley,  Cambs.,  1722.  V.  of  Tadlow,  1722.  R.  of  Hatley 
St  George,  1746.  Died  immarried,  Nov.  1751.  Brother  of 
Francis  (1706).   (Peile,  11.  182.) 

SAY  or  SEY, .  Sick  scholar  at  Christ's,  1551-2. 

SAYCE  or  SAYES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
May  29,  1683.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Bishop  Castle,  Salop. 
School,  Bury  St  Edmunds.  Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1686-7.  Ord. 
deacon  (Hereford)  Sept.  5,  1687;  C.  of  Eton.  V.  of  Ickleton, 
Cambs.,  1689-1744.  Buried  there  Feb.  20,  1743-4. 

SAYS  or  SAES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
May  24,  1666.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Bishop  Castle,  Salop. 
School,  Edgeton  (Mr  Hay). 

SAYER,  see  also  SAWYER,  SARE,  SEAR. 

SAYER,  DANIEL.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1599.  Of  Norfolk. 
B.A.  1602-3;  M.A.  1606.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest,  Sept.  21, 
1607,  age  26.  R.  of  Pulham,  Norfolk,  1615-60.  Died  1660. 
(Blomefield,  v.  392.) 

SAYRES,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1595-6. 
Probably  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1596-7.  One  of  these  names 
R.  of  Palling,  Norfolk,  1612.   (Peile,  i.  219.) 

SAYER,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Michs. 

1547- 
SAYER,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  July  15, 

1685.  S.  of  John,  gent.   B.  in  London.   Matric.  1686. 

SAYERS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Aug.  16, 
1689,  from  Trinity  College,  Dublin.  Scholar  of  Trinity 
CoUege,  Dublin,  1680;  B.A.  1683;  M.A.  1686;  B.D.  and  D.D. 
1709.  Fellow  of  Trinity  College,  Dublin,  1686. 

SAYER,  EXTON.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  June  11, 
1709.  S.  and  h.  of  George,  of  London,  gent.  Matric.  1709; 
LL.B.  1713;  LL.D.  1718.  Fellow,  1714-24.  Adm.  at  Lin- 
coln's Inn,  May  20,  1709.   Official  of  the  Archdeaconry  of 


Sayer,  John 

Wiltshire.  Chancellor  of  Durham,  1724-31.  M.P.  for 
Helston,  1726-7;  for  Totnes,  1727-31.  Commissary  of  London 
diocese.  Surveyor  General  of  Land  Revenue,  1730-1.  Of 
Doctors'  Commons.  Married  Catherine,  dau.  of  William 
Talbot,  Bishop  of  Durham.  Died  Sept.  24,  1731.  Buried  in 
Durham  Cathedral.  Will,  P.C.C.  Perhaps  brother  of  G«orge 
(1712).  (G.  Mag.;  H.  M.  Wood.) 
SAYRE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  Easter,  1645.  Of 
Norfolk.  Migrated  to  Jesus,  Nov.  25,  1645.  Matric.  1645-6. 

SAYER,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Caius,  Nov.  i,  1578; 
readm.  as  FeU.-Com.  1579.  Of  Aldham,  Essex.  S.  of  George. 
B.  at  Colchester.  School,  Colchester  (Mr  William  Bartlet). 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  4,  1581-2.  Knighted,  June  11, 
1607.  Of  Bouchiers  Hall.  Married  Dorothy,  dau.  of  Sir 
John  Higham,  of  Barrow  Hill,  Suffolk.  Buried  at  Aldham, 
Mar.  3,  1630.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1631.  (Vis.  of  Essex,  1612; 
Venn,  i.  98.) 

SAYER,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  8,  1607. 
Perhaps  2nd  s.  of  George  (above).  Matric.  1607.  (Vis.  of 
Essex,  1612.) 

SAYRE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Apr. 
21,  1631.  S.  and  h.  of  John  (M.P.  for  Colchester);  age  19  in 
1634.  B.  at  Bouchiers  HaU,  Aldham,  Essex.  School,  Bury 
(Mr  Dickmson).  Matric.  1631.  Knighted,  Apr.  2,  1640. 
Master  of  Horse  to  the  King  of  Bohemia.  Of  Bouchiers  HaU. 
Married  Jane,  dau.  of  Baron  Ripe,  Grand  Chamberlain  of 
Moravia.  Died  July  11,  1650.  (His  son  John  (1665)  is  not 
mentioned  by  Morant  or  by  Burke.)  (Peile,  i.  409;  H.  G. 
Harrison;  Vis.  of  Essex,  1634.) 

SAYER,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Sept.  20,  1639. 

SAYER,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Oct.  12,  1697.  Of 
Himtingdonshire.   Matric.  1699.  Surgeon  in  London. 

SAYER,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Dec.  15,  1712.  S.  of 
George,  of  Doctors'  Commons,  London.  Matric.  1713. 
Migrated  to  Magdalene,  Jan.  12,  1713-4-  Thence  migrated 
to  Oxford;  matric.  (Oriel  CoUege,  Oxford)  Nov.  23,  1714. 
age  18,  as  s.  of  George,  of  St  Gregory's,  London,  gent.;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1717;  M.A.  1719;  D.D.  1735.  V.  of  Witham,  Essex, 
1722-61.  Canon  of  Durham,  1725-32;  Archdeacon,  1730-61. 
R.  of  Bocking,  Essex,  1741-61.  Died  at  Brussels,  July  26, 
1761.  Perhaps  brother  of  Exton  (1709).  (G.  Mag.;  L.  Mag.; 
Al.  Oxon.) 

SAYER,  ISAAC.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  15,  1702. 
S.  of  Isaac,  weaver,  of  Norwich.  B.  there.  School,  Norwich 
(Mr  Burton  and  Mr  Hoadley).  Matric.  1702;  Scholar,  1702-8; 
B.A.  1705-6;  M.A.  1711.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  20, 
1708-9;  priest,  July  2,  1710.  Master  at  Saham  Toney  School, 
Norfolk,  1708;  of  Wymondham  School,  1712-21.  R.  of 
Crownthorpe,  1714;  of  East  Bradenham,  1716-21.  Died 
Jan.  21,  1721-2.  M.I.  at  Wymondham.   (Venn,  i.  509.) 

SAYER,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  26,  1613. 

Matric.  1614. 
SAYER,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  Sept.  2, 

1615.  B.  at  Lartington,  Yorks.  Matric.  1615;  B.A.  1619-20; 

M.A.  1623.   FeUow,  1618-23.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  9; 

priest.  Mar.  10,  1622-3.  C.  of  Fordingbridge,  Hants.  Buried 

there.   (Harwood.) 

SAYER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Oct.  10,  1627. 

2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Bacton,  Suffolk.    B.  at  Mendham. 

Schools,  Eye  (Mr  HaU)  and  Bury  (Mr  Dickinson).    Matric. 

1628;  B.A.  1631-2.    Perhaps  V.  of  Eastham,  Essex.    One 

of  these  names  of  Hackney,  Middlesex;  wiU  (P.C.C)  1676. 

(Peile,  I.  388.) 
SAYER,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,   1656.    Of 

Norfolk.    Matric.  1658;  B.A.  1659-60;  M.A.  1663.    One  of 

these   names,    'M.A.,'    R.   of   Witnesham,   Suffolk,    1704. 

Probably  brother  of  Richard  (1656). 
SAYER,  JOHN.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  3, 

1665.  S.  of  Sir  George  (1631),  of  Bouchiers  HaU,  Aldham, 
Essex,  Knt.  B.  at  Chappie,  near  Marks  Tey.  School,  West- 
minster. Matric.  1665.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Aug.  2, 
1667.  (He  is  not  to  be  found  in  the  pedigree  of  the  family 
(Vis.  of  Essex),  nor  is  he  mentioned  in  the  notice  of  the 
family  in  Morant's  Essex,  11.  199;  possibly  he  was  iUegitimate.) 
(Peile,  I.  617.) 

SAYERS,  JOHN.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  21)  at  Caius,  May  17, 

1666.  S.  of  Richard,  gent.,  of  Pulham  St  Mary-the-Virgin, 
Norfolk.  School,  Eye  (Mr  Francis  and  Mr  Browne).   Matric. 

1667.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  June  29,  1666.  Succeeded 
to  his  father's  estate,  1667.  WiU  dated  May  12,  1666; 
proved,  Apr.  27,  1670;  of  Pulham  St  Mary,  gent.  (Venn, 
I.  427-) 

SAYER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Sept.  7,  1687.  S.  of 
Thomas,  of  NorfoUi,  Esq.  Matric.  1688;  Scholar,  1690;  B.A. 
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SAYER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  28,  1694. 
S.  of  Robert  (?  1653),  clerk,  deceased,  of  Westley,  Cambs. 
B.  there.  Schools,  Pettaugh,  Suffolk  (Mr  Candler)  and 
Ipswich  (Mr  Stevenson).  Scholar,  1694-7;  Matric.  1695. 
Migrated  to  Queens'.  B.A.  1697-8;  M.A.  1701;  B.D.  1710. 
Fellow  of  Queens'.  Elected,  but  not  admitted,  Master  of 
St  Catharine's,  1736.  Subscribed  for  deacon's  orders 
(Norwich)  Mar.  12,  1703-4-  R-  of  St  Botolph,  Cambridge, 
1715.  R.  of  Bradenham,  Norfolk,  1716.  V.  of  Wickham 
Market;  elected,  but  not  admitted.   [Venn,  1.  495.) 

SAYER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Aug.  23,  1726. 
S.  of  Edward,  druggist,  of  Nonvich.  B.  there.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Reddington).  Scholar,  1726-32;  Matric.  1727; 
M.B.  1732.  Practised  at  East  Dereham.  Died  Mar.  21,  1736. 
M.I.  at  East  Dereham.  (Venn,  ii.  26.) 

SAYER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  i,  1731- 
S.of  John,  woollendraper,  of  Essex.  B.  at  Brain  tree.  School, 
Colchester  (MrComark).  Matric.  1731;  B.A.  1736-7-  (Bapt. 
at  St  Peter's,  Cambridge,  June  5,  i737.  age  22,  by  permission 
of  the  Bishop.)  Perhaps  chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1739;  if 
so,  will  (Comm.  Essex)  1741-2;  of  Chelmsford.  One  of  these 
names  R.  of  Weston  TurvUle,  Bucks.,  1741-7. 

SAYER,  PHILIP.  M.A.  1715  (Incorp.  from  New  Inn  HaU, 
Oxford).  S.  of  Francis,  R.  of  Yattenden,  Berks.  B.  there. 
Colleger  at  Eton,  1680-4.  Matric.  (Merton  College,  Oxford) 
Nov.  14,  1685,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1689;  M.A.  1692.  R.  of 
Catmore,  Berks.,  1693.  R.  of  Stanford  Dingley,  1703.  [Al. 
Oxon.) 

SAYER,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1576. 
B.  at  Gt  Chesterford,  Essex.  B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  1583.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  May  14,  1585,  age  24.  C.  of  Wallington, 
Herts. 

SAYER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1656. 
Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1658;  B.A.  1659-60;  M.A.  1663.  R.  of 
Sheering,  Essex,  1671.  Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London)  Apr.  17, 
1 712.   Probably  brother  of  John  (1656). 

SAYER,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1561.  Of  Norfolk.  Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Pulham, 
Norfolk.  B.A.  1564-6;  M.A.  1568;  B.D.  1575-  Fellow, 
1569-77.  University  preacher,  1573.  R.  of  Dickleburgh, 
Norfolk,  1576-1622.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  V.  of 
Tooting,  Surrey,  1614-5.   (Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 

SAYRE  or  SEARE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
July  5,  1576.  S.  of  John,  of  Redgrave,  Suffolk.  B.  there, 
1560.  School,  Botesdale.  Matric.  1576;  B.A.  from  Peter- 
house,  1580-1  ^having  been  refused  his  degree  at  Caius  on 
account  of  his  popish  views).  Adm.  at  the  English  College, 
Rome,  Nov.  6,  1582.  Ord.  priest,  1585.  Became  a  Benedic- 
tine monk  (and  took  the  name  of  Gregory)  in  the  monastery 
at  Monte  Cassino.  Professor  of  moral  philosophy  there  for 
several  years.  Acquired  a  great  name  on  account  of  his 
learning;  invited  to  the  monastery  of  St  George  at  Venice, 
1595.  Author,  theological.  Buried  at  Venice,  Oct.  30,  1632 
(?  1602).  (Venn,  i.  87;  D.N.B.;  Cooper,  11.  334.) 
AYER,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1623.  Of  Norfolk.  Perhaps  s.  of  Robert,  of  Gt  Yarmouth, 
merchant  (whose  wiU  (P.C.C.)  1641).  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A. 
1630.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  23,  1632;  priest,  Sept.  22, 
1633.   V.  of  Cretingham,  Suffolk,  1634. 

SAYER,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1653; 
B.A.  1655-6;  M.A.  1659;  B.D.  1667.  Fellow,  1660.  Probably 
R.  of  Westley  Waterless,  Cambs.,  1662.  Preb.  of  York, 
1675-81.  R.  of  Widdington,  Essex,  1678-81.  Died  1681. 
Perhaps  father  of  John  (1694). 

SAYER,  ROWLAND.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  i, 
1667.  S.  of  George,  yeoman,  of  Croft,  near  Darlington, 
Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Brignall  (Mr  Johnson).  Matric. 
1667;  B.A.  1670-1. 

SAYER,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1661.  Of 
Norfolk.  Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  1668.  V.  of 
Attlebridge,  Norfolk,  1670-2. 

SAYER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1583. 
Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1583;  B.A.  1586-7;  M.A.  1590.  FeUow, 
1589-96.  Ord.  deacon  (Worcester)  Feb.  14,  1592-3;  priest, 
Feb.  14  (?  1592-3).  V.  of  Hoxne,  Suffolk,  1596-1644, 
sequestered.  Died  soon  after.   (Masters.) 

SAYER,  THOMAS.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  8,  1611-2;  'B.A. 
of  Trinity  College.' 

SAYER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Feb.  2, 
1720-1.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Topcroft,  Norfolk.  B.  at 
Saxlingham.  Schools,  Norwich  (Mr  Reddington)  and 
Shottesham  (Mr  Pitcaime).  Matric.  1721;  Scholar,  1721-7; 
B.A.  1724-5.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  24,  1727;  'C.  of 
Framingham  Pigot.'  Died  June  8,  1757.  Will  proved 
(Norwich  Archd.  C.)  i757-   (Venn,  11.  15;  G.  Mag.) 


Saywell,  Thomas 

SAYER,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Lent, 
1620-1.  Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1623-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Dec.  19,  1624;  priest,  Dec.  18,  1625.  V.  of  Waterbeach, 
Cambs.,  1636. 

SAYRE, .  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1609. 

SAYRES, .  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  July  29,  1645.  Matric. 

1645. 
SAYLE  or  SALE,  JAMES.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
July  2,  1636.    S.  of  James.    B.  at  Pudsey,  near  Bradford. 
Schools,  Bradford  (Mr  Collier)  and  Wakefield  (Mr  Doughty). 
Matric.    1636;   B.A.    1639-40.    Nonconformist   minister  at 
Lincoln;  at  Thornton;  at  Pudsey,  1647;  at  St  John's,  Leeds, 
1649;  assistant  to  Elkanah  Wales.    Silenced,  1662;  retired 
to  Pudsey.  Died  Apr.  17,  1679.  Buried  in  Calverley  Church. 
(Calamy,  11.  566;  Pejle,  i.  445.) 
SAYLES,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1616; 
B.A.  1619-20;  M.A.  1623.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  20; 
priest,  Dec.  21,  1623. 
SAYLES  or  SALES,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  18, 

1716.   Of  Derbyshire.   Matric.  1716. 
SALE,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1597;  B.A. 

1600-1;  M..\.  1604. 
SAYLYS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1487. 
SAYLE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1580; 
B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  1587,  'Salte.'  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Peterb.)  Oct.  16,  1588.  V.  of  Chatteris,  Cambs.,  1592. 
SAYLE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1610; 
B.A.  1613-4;  M.A.  1617.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4; 
priest,  Sept.  24,  1615.  R.  of  Mavis  Enderby,  Lines.,  1622. 
Licensed  to  marry  Margaret  Burton,  of  Langton,  Mar.  6, 
1625-6. 
SAYLE  or  SALE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  14,  1751.  S.  of  William,  attorney,  of  Nottingham- 
shire. B.  at  Retford.  School,  Chesterfield  (Mr  Burrough). 
Matric.  1751;  B.A.  1755.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  6; 
priest,  Sept.  25,  1757;  C.  of  Gt  Barford  with  Roxton,  Beds. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  Chelworth,  Somerset,  1774-99; 
V.  of  Stowey,  1774-99-  (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  604.) 
SAYON,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  July  4,  1664.  Of 
London.  1st  s.of  Abraham,  merchant.  Matric.  1664.  Brother 
of  the  next. 
SAYON,  SIMON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  8, 
1668.  S.  of  Abraham,  deceased,  of  Leadenhall  Street, 
London.  B.  there.  School,  Eton;  Colleger,  1663.  Adm. 
Scholar  at  King's,  1668;  Matric.  Easter,  1669;  B.A.  1672-3; 
M.A.  1676.  Fellow  of  King's,  1671.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Sept.  21,  1679.  R.  of  Kingston,  Cambs.,  1683.  Died  Oct.  2, 
1688.  Brother  of  Francis  (above).  (Scott-Mayor,  11.  16.) 
SAYVE,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  15, 
1686.  S.  of  Peter.  B.  in  London.  School,  Westnunster. 
Matric.  1686;  Scholar,  1687;  B.A.  1689-90;  M.A.  1693; 
B.D.  1701.  FeUow,  1692.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Jtme  11; 
priest,  Nov.  5,  1693.  V.  of  Masham,  Yorks.,  1703-32.  V.  of 
Kirkby  Malzeard,  1703-32.  Died  Sept.  11,  1732.  Buried  at 
Masham. 
SAYWELL,  GABRIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  18, 
1629.  Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  1629;  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1637;  priest.  May  20,  1638. 
R.  of  Pentridge,  Dorset,  1640-58.  Died  1658.  Father  of  the 
next,  of  William  (1659),  John  (1686)  and  Samuel  (1666). 
SAYWELL,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  July  4, 
1673.  S.  of  Gabnel  (above),  of  Pentridge,  Dorset.  B.  there. 
Matric.  1673.  Brother  of  the  next,  William  (1659)  and  Samuel 
(1666). 
SAYWELL,  JOHN.  D.D.  (?  B.D.)  from  Jesus,  1686.  S.  of 
Gabriel  (1629),  R.  of  Pentridge,  Dorset.  Matric.  (Wadham 
College,  Oxford)  Feb.  21,  1661-2,  age  i6;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1665;  M.A.  1668.  V.  of  East  Grinstead,  Sussex,  1671.  Canon 
of  Chichester,  1672.  R.  of  Downham,  Cambs.,  i677-  R-  of 
Watton-at-Stone,  Herts.,  1689-94.  Died  Mar.  13,  1693-4. 
M.I.  at  Watton.  Brother  of  James  (1673),  etc.  (CluUerbuck, 
II.  488;  Al.  Oxon.) 
SAYWELL,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  5, 
1666.  S.  of  Gabriel  (1629),  clerk,  of  Pentridge,  Dorset. 
B.  there.  School,  Cranbome.  Matric.  1667;  B..'\.  1669-70; 
M.A.  1673;  B.D.  1680.  FeUow,  1671-85.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1677.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  18,  1675-  V.  of  Hauxton  and 
Newton,  Cambs.,  1676.  V.  of  WiUingham,  1679-1709.  R.  of 
Bluntisham,  Hunts.,  1684-1709.  Author,  sermons.  Died 
1709.  Brother  of  James  (1673),  etc. 
SAYWELL  or  SAYVILL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16) 
at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  Aug.  25,  1598.  Of  Byfleld, 
Northants.  Matric.  1598;  B.A.  1601-2.  Fellow,  1601-5. 
Died  in  College. 


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Say  WELL,  William 

SAYWELL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i6)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  3,  1659.  S.  of  Gabriel  (1629),  deceased,  R.  of  Pentndge, 
Dorset.  B.  there,  1643.  School,  Cranbome  (Mr  Johnson). 
Matric.  1659;  B.A.  1663-4;  M.A.  1667;  D.D.  1679.  Master 
of  Jesus,  1679-1701.  Vice-Chancellor,  1685-6.  Incorp.  at 
0.\ford,  1669.  Chaplain  to  Bishop  Gunning.  R.  of  Birdham, 
Sussex,  1672.  V.  of  Pevensey,  1672.  Preb.  of  Chichester, 
1672-5;  Chancellor,  1672-1701.  R.  of  Downham,  1677.  R. 
of  Willingham,  Cambs.,  1679.  Canon  of  Ely,  1679-1701; 
Archdeacon,  1681-1701.  Author  of  Latin  verse  and  con- 
troversial treatises.  Died  in  London,  June  9,  1701.  Buried 
in  the  CoUege  Chapel.  WiU,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  James  (1673), 
etc.   (D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SCABHAM  or  SCUPHOLME,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's, 
Michs.  1659;  B.A.  1663-4. 

SCADDER  or  SKUDDER,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St 
Cath.^rine's,  Easter,  1640.  Of  Kent.  B.A.  1643-4;  M.A. 
1647. 

SCAIFE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney, 
June  29,  1652.  S.  of  Richard,  yeoman.  B.  at  Islebeck,  near 
Thirsk.  School,  Coxwold.  Matric.  1652, 'Scape';  B.A.  1655- 
6;  M.A.  1659.  R.  of  South  Ottrington,  Yorks.,  1660-1704. 
Died  1704.   Probably  father  of  Richard  (1692). 

SKAIFE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Mar.  2,  1674-5. 
Of  Surrey.  School,  Oundle.  Matric.  1674-5;  B.A.  1678-9; 
M.A.  1682.  R.ofFolksworth,  Hunts.,  1690-1702.  Died  1702. 

SKAYFF,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  8,  1706-7. 
Of  Glatton,  Hunts.  Matric.  1707;  B.A.  1710-1.  Died  in 
College.  Buried  probably  in  the  Chapel  Cloister,  Oct.  i, 
1711.   M.I. 

SCAIFE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  4,  1700. 
S.  of  John,  husbandman.  B.  at  Sedbergh,  Yorks.  School, 
Sedbergh.  Matric.  1700;  B.A.  1704-5.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
June  II,  1704;  priest,  June  3,  1705. 

SCAIFE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  25,  1720. 
S.  of  Thomas  (1678),  of  Histon,  Cambs.,  clerk.  School, 
Histon  (under  his  father).  Matric.  1721;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A. 
1729.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  20,  1724;  C.  of  Histon;  priest 
(Norwich)  July,  1726.  V.  of  Histon,  1735-75.  Brother  of 
Thomas  (1717).   (A.  G.  HiU,  Churches  of  Cambs.) 

SCAIFE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  June  i8, 
1692.  Probably  s.  of  Christopher  (1652).  B.  at  Ottrington, 
Richmonds.  Perhaps  C.  of  Sowerby  Chapel,  Thirsk,  Aug.  7, 
1699.   (Peile,  II.  125.) 

SCAIFE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  11, 
1678.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman.  B.  at  Crosby-Garret, 
Westmorland.  School,  Ravenstonedale  (Mr  Metcalf).  Matric. 
1678;  B.A.  1684;  M.A.  from  Magdalene,  1692.  Fellow  of 
Magdalene,  1692.  Ord.  priest  (Carlisle,  Litt.  dim.  from 
Durham)  Sept.  29,  1686.  Probably  P.C.  of  Lanchester, 
Durham,  168&-94.  V.  of  Histon,  Cambs.,  1695-1725.  Buried 
there  Feb.  18,  1725-6.  Father  of  the  next  and  of  John  (1720). 

SCAIFE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  May  4, 
1717.  S.  of  Thomas  (above),  V.  of  Histon,  Cambs.  School, 
Histon  (under  his  father).  B.A.  1720-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Sept.  24,  1721.  V.  of  Histon,  c.  1725-35.  Brother  of  John 
(1720). 

SCALES,  LAURENCE.   B.A.  from  St  John's,  1582-3. 

SCALES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  21, 
1740-1.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Lancashire.  B.  at  Thwaite- 
head.  Schools,  Hawkshead  and  Heversham,  Westmorland. 
Matric.  1741;  B.A.  1744-5;  M.A.  1748;  B.D.  1756.  Fellow, 
1747-69.  Ord.  deacon  (Gloucester)  Mar.  10;  priest  (Bangor) 
June  9,  1754.  P.C.  of  Ulverstone,  Lanes.,  1765-86.  R.  and 
V.  of  Hormead,  Herts.,  1768-86.  Died  Jan.  3,  1786.  {Scott- 
Mayor,  III.  515.) 

SCALES,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent,  1578-9; 
B.A.  1582-3;  M.A.  1586.  Supp.  for  incorp.  at  Oxford,  1588. 
Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  10,  1583.  V.  of  Hagnaby,  Lines., 
1583.  Admon.  (Lincoln)  1587. 

SCALES,  THOMAS.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  8;  priest,  Mar.  9, 
1627-8;  'M.A.  of  Queens'  College.' 

SCALES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1485;  B.A.  1489-90;  M.A.  1492-3;  B.D.  1502-3;  D.D.  1506-7. 
Fellow.  Vice-Provost.  Ord.  sub-deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  19,  1495. 
V.  of  Ringwood,  Hants.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1519.  Benefactor  to 
the  College.   (Hanuood.) 

SCALON  or  SCALAM, .   B.A.  1499;  M.A.  1503.   Doubtless 

Thomas,  R.  of  Haddiscoe,  Norfolk,  1504  (presented  by 
King's  College). 

SCAMBER, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  1654. 

SCAMBLER,  ADAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1581.  4th  s.  of  Edmund  (next),  Bishop  of  Norwich.  Bapt. 
Aug.  28,  1569,  at  Peterborough.  B.A.  from  Corpus  Christi, 
1585-6.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1587.   Bencher,  1611. 


ScAMPTON,  William 

J. p.  for  Norfolk  and  Suffolk.  Married  Dorothy,  dau.  of 
John  Athow,  of  Brisley.  Died  Sept.  18,  1645.  M.I.  at 
Hevingham.  (Vis.  of  Norfolk;  Le  Neve,  Mon.;  D.N.B.; 
Masters.) 

SCAMBLER,  EDMUND.  B.A.  1541-2.  B.  at  Gressingham, 
Lanes.,  c.  1520.  D.D.  from  Queens',  1564.  Probation 
Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1547,  but  did  not  complete  his  year. 
V.  of  Rye,  Sussex,  1559.  Chaplain  to  Archbishop  Parker. 
Preb.  of  York,  1560-4.  Preb.  of  Westminster,  1560-2. 
Bishop  of  Peterborough,  1560-84.  Bishop  of  Norwich, 
1584--94.  Married  Julyan  Fraunceys,  Jan.  21,  1560-1,  at 
St  Dionis  Backchurch,  London.  Author,  religious;  assisted 
in  the  translation  of  the  'Bishops'  Bible.'  Died  May  7,  1594, 
aged  85  (sic).  Buried  in  Norwich  Cathedral.  M.I.  Father  of 
Adam  (above)  and  of  Thomas  (1581).  {Cooper,  11.  167;  Vis. 
of  Norfolk;  D.N.B.;  Blomefield,  in.  560.) 

SCAMBLER,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1575-  Of  Northamptonshire.  B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  1583. 
Fellow,  1581.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1584.  Probably  brother 
of  the  next. 

SCAMBLER,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1575. 
Probably  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1577.  Probably  brother  of 
Edward  (above). 

SCAMBLER,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  (age  16)  from  Pembroke, 
Easter,  1631.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Cambridge,  carpenter.  B.A. 
1634-5;  M.A.  1638.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  25,  1636; 
'C.  of  Fressingfield ' ;  priest.  Mar.  9,  1638-9.  Probably  R.  of 
Markshall,  Norfolk,  1639-87,  and  R.  of  Thurgarton,  1662. 
Died  1687.  Doubtless  father  of  Robert  (1669)  and  perhaps 
of  Joseph  (1675-6).   (Blomefield,  v.  48.) 

SCAMBLER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Jan.  31,  1659-60. 
Probably  s.  of  Thomas  (1633),  of  Ickiingham,  Suffolk. 
Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1663-4;  M.A.  1667.  FeDow,  1664.  V.  of 
Everton,  Hunts.,  1679-80.  V.  of  Eaton,  Norfolk,  1687-93. 
Probably  R.  of  Shenfield,  Essex,  1694-1706.  Died  June  13, 
i7o6,aged6o.  M.I.  at  Shenfield.  Probably  brother  of  Thomas 
(1667).  (Blomefield,  iv.  518,  where  two  men  are  apparently 
confused.) 

SCAMLER,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Feb.  15,  1675-6. 
Of  Higham  by  Norwich.  Probably  s.  of  John  (1631)  and 
brother  of  the  next. 

SCAMBLER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Pembroke, 
Mar.  31,  1669.  S.  of  John  (1631),  of  Heigham,  Norfolk, 
clerk.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  June,  1674;  'C.  to  his  father  at  Thurgarton, 
Norfolk';  priest,  Feb.  1675-6.  Probably  brother  of  Joseph 
(above). 

SCAMBLER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1581.  3rd  s.  of  Edmund  (1541-2),  Bishop  of  Peterborough. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  8,  1583.  Brother  of  Adam  (1581). 
(Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 

SCAMBLER  or  SCAMPLER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16) 
at  Caius,  May  24,  1633.  S.  of  Edward,  gent.  B.  at  Heving- 
ham, Norfolk.  School,  Aylsham  (Mr  Knowles).  Matric.  1633; 
B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640,  Scampler.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Sept.  25,  1642;  priest,  Feb.  25,  1643;  'C.  of  Ickiingham 
St  James',  Suffolk.'  Admon.  (Norwich  .Archd.  C.)  Dec.  3, 
1660;  of  Norwich.  Probably  father  of  John  (1659-60)  and 
Thomas  (1667).   (Venn,  i.  318.) 

SCAMLER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Apr.  16,  1667. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas  (1633).  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1; 
M.A.  1674.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Dec.  1674.  R.  of  Marling- 
ford,  Norfolk,  1676-97.  R.  of  Drayton,  1676-97.  Perhaps 
R.  of  South  Ockenden,  Essex,  1708.  If  so,  died  1711.  One 
of  these  names  of  London,  clerk;  will  (Cons.  C.  London)  1708. 
Perhaps  brother  of  John  (1659-60). 

SCAMBLER, .   Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  May  31,  1622. 

SCAMMELL,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's, 
Easter,  1669;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1676.  V.  of  North  Petherton,  Somerset,  168 1-1715.  Died  1715. 

SCAMP,  HUGH.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Michs.  1615;  B.A. 
1619.  Ord.  deacon  (Bp.  of  Exeter)  June  11,  1620;  priest  (Bp. 
of  Ross)  Apr.  24,  1626.  Vicar-Choral  of  Ross,  Co.  Cork  and 
V.  of  Castrumventry,  1626.  V.  of  Aghadowne,  Ross,  1635-67. 
V.  of  Kilgobinet,  Lismore,  1662-4.  C.  of  Tracton,  Cork,  in 
1666.   (H.  B.  Swanzy;  Brady,  11.  457.) 

SCAMP,  THOMAS  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  25,  1599.  Of  Hayne,  Devon.  B.A.  1603-4;  M.A. 
1607.  Fellow,  1602-24.  Senior  proctor,  1621.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1617.  'Had  a  lease  of  crown  land,  1623,  1626.' 
Will  proved  (P.C.C.)  May  7,  1631;  of  Georgeham,  Devon. 

SCAMPTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  July  5,  1689.  Of 
Leicestershire.   Matric.  1689;  M.B.  1694. 

SCAMPTON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1633;  Scholar,  1634;  B.A.  1636-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
June  9,  1639. 


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SCANDRETT,  STEPHEN 

SCANDRETT,  STEPHEN.  M.A.  1659  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
Matric.  (Wadham  CoUege,  Oxford)  Dec.  12,  1654;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1656-7;  M.A.  1659.  Conduct  of  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge,  1659-60.  Assistant  to  Mr  Eyres  at  Haverhill, 
Suflolk;  silenced,  1662.  Received  presbyterian  ordination. 
Prosecuted  in  the  ecclesiastical  courts  for  preaching  after 
being  silenced  in  1662.  Married  Abigail  Walker,  of  Little 
Waldingfield,  Sufiolk,  Nov.  30,  1667.  Author,  theological. 
Died  Dec.  8,  1706,  aged  75.  Buried  at  Haverhill.  {Calamy, 
n.  421;  D.N.B.) 

SCAR  or  SCARRE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse, 
Easter,  155 1. 

SCARR  or  SKAR,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1561;  Scholar,  1563. 

SCARBOROUGH,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius 
Mar.  4,  1632-3.  S.  of  Edmund  (1602),  gent.  Bapt.  Dec.  29, 
1615,  at  St  Martin-in-the-Fields,  London.  School,  St  Paul's. 
Matric.  1633;  Scholar,  1634-40;  B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640. 
Fellow,  1642-9.  M.D.  (Oxford)  1646.  Incorp.  M.D.  at 
Cambridge,  1660.  Resided  at  Merton  College,  Oxford. 
Fellow  collegian  and  friend  of  William  Harvey,  M.D.  One 
of  the  original  fellows  of  the  Royal  Society.  Fellow  of  the 
Royal  College  of  Physicians,  1650;  Elect,  1677-91-  Physician 
to  Charles  II;  to  James  II;  to  William  III,  and  to  the  House- 
hold, 1667-77.  Knighted,  Aug.  15, 1669.  M.P.  forCamelford, 
1685-7.  Author,  mathematical.  Died  Feb.  26,  1693-4. 
Buried  at  Cranford,  Middlesex.  M.I.  Father  of  the  next  and 
of  Edmund  (1677).  {Venn,  I.  308;  D.N.B.;  Le  Neve,  Mon., 
v.  148.) 

SCARBURGH,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
Sept.  10,  1669.  S.  of  Charles  (above).  B.  in  London.  Matric. 
1670;  M..^.  1674  (Lit.  Reg.);  LL.D.  1681.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1702.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  18,  1670.  Servant 
to  Prince  George  of  Denmark;  envoy  from  him  to  his  brother 
the  King  of  Denmark,  in  1699.  Brother  of  Edmund  (1677). 
{Venn,  1.  438;  Harl.,  viii.  226;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SCARBURGHE  or  SCARBURGE,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  (age 
16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  15,  1602.  S.  of  Henry  (1581),  of  North 
Walsham,  Norfolk.  Bapt.  Dec.  25,  1584.  School,  Norwich 
(Mr  Brigs).  Matric.  1602.  Emigrated  to  Virginia,  c.  1620. 
Member  of  House  of  Burgesses  there,  1629.  J. P.  for  Co. 
Northampton,  Virginia,  1631.  Married  Hannah  Butler. 
Died  1635.  (His  son  Edmund  was  a  prominent  citizen  of 
Virginia.)  Brother  of  Henry  (1606),  John  (1614)  and  Samuel 
(1610),  father  of  Charles  (1632-3).  {Venn.i.  178;  J.  W.  Wise.) 

SCARBURGH,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Sept. 
23,  1677.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  Charles  (1632-3),  Knt.,  M.D.,  physician 
to  Charles  II.  B.  in  London.  School,  St  Paul's.  Matric.  1678; 
M.A.  1682-3  {Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1682-8.  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Nov.  22,  1676.  R.  of  St  Michael,  Wareham, 
Dorset,  1686;  of  Upway,  1687.  Preb.  of  Salisbury,  1687- 
1705.  Died  Oct.  1705.  Brother  of  Charles  (1669).  {Venn, 
1.  458.) 

SCARBROUGH,  GERVASE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter, 
1589.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1593-4; 
(M.A.  not  recorded);  B.D.  1615.  R.  of  Cranford,  Middlesex, 
1597-1603.  R.  of  St  George,  Botolph  Lane,  London,  1603-30. 
Died  June,  1630. 

SKARBOROUGH,  HENRY.  Adm.  Scholar  (age  17)  at  Caius, 
Nov.  3,  1581.  S.  of  Henry.  Bapt.  Sept.  1565,  at  North 
Walsham,  Norfolk.  Schools,  North  Walsham  and  Norwich. 
Married  Mary,  dau.  of  John  Humberstone,  of  Loddon,  Esq. 
Died  Aug.  24,  1617.  Buried  at  North  Walsham.  M.I.  Will 
(Norwich  C.  C.)  1617.  Father  of  the  next,  of  John  (1614)  and 
Samuel  (1610).   {Venn,  1.  112.) 

SKARBURGHE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Oct.  9, 
1606.  S.  of  Henry  (above),  attomey-at-law,  of  North 
Walsham,  Norfolk.  Bapt.  there,  July  21,  1590-  School, 
North  Walsham  (Mr  Tylles).  Scholar,  1608.  Died  in  College. 
Buried  at  St  Michael's,  Apr.  11,  1609.  Brother  of  Edmund 
(1602),  etc.  {Venn,  1.  194.) 

SCARBOROUGH,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  4, 
1664.  Of  Yorkshire.   Matric.  1664. 

SCARBURGH,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  May  4, 
1614.  S.  of  Henry  (1581),  gent.  Bapt.  May  7,  1598,  at  North 
Walsham,  Norfolk.  School,  North  Walsham.  Matric.  1613; 
Scholar,  1614-7;  B.A.  1616-7.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  25, 
1615-6.  Of  North  Walsham,  Esq.  Brother  of  Edmund 
(1602),  etc.   {Venn,  i.  225.) 

SCARBROUGH,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's, 
May  15,  1713.  S.  of  Matthew,  husbandman.  B.  at  Hill, 
Westmorland.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1713;  B.A.  1716-7. 
Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  17,  1716-7. 

SCARBORO,  RICHARD.  B.D.  1512-3.  Canonicus. 

SCARBURGH,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  scholar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Nov. 
3,  1610.  S.  of  Henry  (1581),  attomey-at-law,  of  North 
Walsham,   Norfolk.    Bapt.   there,   Nov.   4,    1593.    School, 


Scarlett,  Francis 

North  Walsham.  Matric.  1612;  B.A.  1613-4.  Adm.  at 
Lincohi's  Inn,  July  5,  1614.  Died  Apr.  20,  1655.  Buried 
at  North  Walsham.  M.I.  Brother  of  Edmund  (1602),  etc. 
{Venn,  1.  209.) 
SCARBOROUGH,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1619;  B.A.  1622-3.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  9,  1622-3; 
priest,  Sept.  21,  1623. 

SCARBORO, .  B.A.  1489-90;  M-A.  1493-4- 

SCARFE,  see  also  SCARTH. 

SCARFE,  HICKLE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Dec.  29, 
1718.  S.  of  William,  of  Cambridge,  vintner.  Matric.  1718-9; 
B.A.  1722-3;  M.A.  1726.  Fellow,  Feb.  1727-8.  Brother  of 
William  (1729). 
SCARFE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  July 
24,  1729.  Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  S.  of  William, 
of  Cambridge,  vintner.  Bapt.  Oct.  20,  171 1,  at  St  Sepulchre's. 
Matric.  1730;  B.A.  1733-4;  M.A.  i737-  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Mar.  10,  1733-4;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1735-  R-  of  Hatley  St 
George,  Cambs.,  1735-46.  R.  of  St  Colomb  Major,  Cornwall, 
1746.  Buried  there  Apr.  19,  1748.  WiU,  P.C.C.  Brother  of 
Hickle  (1718). 
SCARGILL,  DANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1661.  Of 
Cambridgeshire.  Matric.  1662;  B.A.  1665-6.  Fellow,  1667-8. 
Expelled  from  the  University  for  infidel  tenets,  but  after- 
wards publicly  recanted  in  Gt  St  Mary's,  July  25,  1669. 
(His  recantation  was  reprinted  in  the  Somers  Collection, 
vol.  VII.)  R.  of  Mulbarton,  Norfolk,  1672.  V.  of  Swardeston, 
1690.  Married  (i)  Sarah,  dau.  of  Thomas  Le  Neve,  of  Aslac- 
ton,  (2)  Sarah  Carman,  of  All  Hallows,  London,  Mar.  20, 
1681-2.  {Masters;  H.  B.  Swanzy.) 
SCARGILL,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Mar.  29,  1604. 
Probably  s.  of  Francis,  R.  of  Knapwell,  Cambs.  (whose  will 
(P.C.C.)  1605).  Of  Knapwell.  Licensed  to  Marry  Elizabeth 
Godfrey,  of  St  Michael's,  Cambridge,  1617.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1651-2.  Doubtless  brother  of  John  (1609)  and  father  of  the 
next.  {Cambs.  Vis.,  1619.) 
SCARGILL,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  5,  1636. 
S.  of  Francis  (above),  of  Knapwell,  Cambs.  B.  1619.  Matric. 
1636;  B.A.  1639-40;  M.A.  1643.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Oct. 
31,  1643;  'C-  of  Knapwell,  Cambs.';  priest,  Apr.  18,  1644. 
V.  of  Knapwell,  in  1650.  {Cambs.  Vis.) 
SCARGILL,   HENRY.     Adm.   sizar    at   Clare,   Aug.   6,   1640. 

Matric.  1640;  B.A.  1644;  M.A.  1648. 
SCARGILL,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1609.  Probably 
s.  of  Francis,  R.  of  Knapwell,  Cambs.  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A. 
1616.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  West  Hallam,  Derbs.,  1638. 
Died  1663,  aged  74.  Probably  brother  of  Francis  (1604). 
{Peile,  I.  272;  Cambs.  Vis.,  1619,  where  Thomas  (not  John) 
appears  as  M.A.  of  Christ's.) 
SCARGILL,  JOSHUA.    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  13,  1661. 

Matric.  1661;  Scholar,  1664;  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  1668. 
SKARGELL,  SIMON.   B.A.  1533-4.   S.  of  William.   M.A.  1537. 
Fellow  of  Gonville  Hall,  1538-40.   Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Mar.  13,  1531-2;  priest,  May  25,  1532.   Died  1540.   Admon. 
granted  (V.C.C.)  Oct.  20,  1540,  to  his  father  William.  {Venn, 
I.  30.) 
SCARGILL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1604. 
Perhaps    s.    of    Francis,    R.    of    Knapwell,    Cambs.,    and 
brother  of  Francis  (1604),  etc. 
SCARGELL,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
May  12,  1690.   S.  of  Joshua,  cutler.   B.  at  Sheffield,  Yorks. 
School,  Sheffield   (Mr  Baley).    Matric.   1690.    Migrated  to 
Trinity  Hall,  Nov.  9,  1693.   B.A.  1693-4. 
SCARGILL,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  6,  1654. 
Matric.    1654;   B.A.    1657-8.    Ejected  from  Chapelthorpe, 
Sandal  Magna,  Yorks.,  1662.    Afterwards  conformed.    Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Dec.  22,  1672.  V.  of  Holbeck,  Leeds.,  1675-86. 
R.  of  Danby  Wiske,  1684-6.   Died  Nov.  5,  1686. 

SKARGILL,  .   Fell.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  Aug.  1564. 

Possibly  Francis,  s.  of  Henry.  Afterwards  of  Knapwell, 
Cambs. 
SCARLETT,  EDWARD.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1603-4;  M.A. 
from  Magdalene,  1607;  B.D.  1616.  Fellow  of  Magdalene. 
(Matric.  (St  Edmund  HaU,  Oxford)  Oct.  19,  i599.  age  17; 
of  Worcestershire,  pleb.)  R.  of  Gt  Wigborough,  Essex, 
i6i7-(?)  28.  R.  of  Little  Canfield,  1623-36.  Marrisd  EUza- 
beth,  dau.  of  Edward  Dod,  V.  of  Hinxton,  Cambs.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1636.  Father  of  the  next.  (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
SCARLET,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  20, 
1640.  S.  of  Edward  (above),  B.D.,  late  R.  of  Little  Canfield, 
Essex.  Bapt.  there,  Sept.  9,  1623.  School,  Felsted.  In- 
herited lands  at  Hinxton,  Cambs.  {Venn,  1.  338.) 
SCARLETT,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Sept.  2,  1645. 
Matric.  1645.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1649;  's.  and  h. 
of  Benjamin.' 


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Scarlett,  George 

SCARLETT,  GEORGE.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1598-9- 
SCARLETT,  JOHN.    B.Can.L.   1481-2;  D.Can.L.   1492.    C.  of 

Holy  Trinity,  Cambridge.  WiU  (V.C.C.)  1502. 
SCARLETT,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1549. 

Probably   B.A.    1560-1.    Ord.   deacon    (London)   Jan.    14; 

priest,  Jan.  25,  1559-60.  C.  of  St  Michael's,  Cambridge,  1561. 

R.  of  St  Bartholomew,  Exchange,  London,  1567-91.    Died 

Apr.  1591.   Will,  Cons.  C.  London.   {Hennessy.) 
SCARLETT,  JOHN.   B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1607-8;  M.A.  1611. 

Fellow,  1610.   R.  of  Thorpe-by-Newark,  Notts.,  1615. 

SCARLETT,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1617. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1621;  priest,  Dec.  20,  1622. 

SCARLETT,  PHILIP.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  12, 
1630-1.  S.  of  Philip.  B.  at  Cambridge.  School,  Perse 
(Mr  Lovering).  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  22,  1639.  (Peile,  i.  407.) 
SCARLET,  PHILLIP.  Adm.  at  Queens',  c.  1642-3.  S.  of  Peter, 
bookseller,  of  Cambridge.  Bapt.  Aug.  26,  1627,  at  Gt  St 
Mary's.  School,  Perse.  Migrated  to  Caius  as  sizar,  Jan.  8, 
1644-5.  Scholar,  1644-9;  Matric.  1645;  B.A.  1646-7;  M.A. 
from  King's,  1652.  R.  of  North  Creake,  Norfolk,  1653-61  and 
1680-5.  R.  of  Aldham,  Suffolk,  1663-80  (his  successor  makes 
a  note,  'hitherto  the  negligent  Mr  Phil.  Scarlett,  with  his 
confounded  writing').  Buried  Aug.  26,  1685.  Will  proved 
(Norwich  C.  C.)  1685.  Father  of  William  (i677).  (Venn,  i. 
355.) 

SCARLETT,  THOMAS.  Scholar  or  Fellow  at  King's  Hall; 
adm.  Nov.  19,  1370;  resigned,  Oct.  15,  1393. 

SCARLETT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1568. 
Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Stowmarket,  Suffolk.  Migrated 
pens,  to  Caius,  Oct.  16,  1570,  age  x8.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn 
(from  Fumival's  Inn)  Aug.  6,  1582.   (Venn,  i.  66.) 

SCARLETT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter, 
1612. 

SCARLET,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1622; 
B.A.  1625-6. 

SCARLETT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Pembroke, 
June  8,  1665.  S.  of  Robert,  farmer.  B.  at  Feltwell,  Notts. 
Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1668-9.  R.  of  Wanstrow,  Somerset, 
1688-96.   Died  1696. 

SCARLETT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1631;  Scholar,  1634;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638.  Ord.  priest 
(Peterb.)  Dec.  22,  1639.  Chaplain  of  Trinity,  1639-45  and 
1661-2.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Bobbing,  Kent,  in  1663; 
R.  of  Halstow,  1664.  Buried  there,  Mar.  9,  1669.  (Fielding, 
Rochester.) 

SCARLETT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Mar.  11,  1641-2. 
Of  Essex.  Matric.  1642;  B.A.  1645-6;  M.A.  1649.  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1653.  Perhaps  V.  of  Bassingboume,  Cambs., 
1660;  V.  of  Dunton,  Norfolk,  1686. 

SCARLET,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  20,  1673. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.   Matric.  1673;  M.B.  1678. 

SCARLET,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Oct.  27, 
1677.  S.  of  Philip  (c.  1642-3),  clerk,  of  Hadleigh,  Suffolk. 
B.  July  9,  1660,  at  North  Creake,  Norfolk.  Schools,  Creake 
and  Hadleigh  (Mr  Challenor).  Matric.  1678;  Scholar,  1678- 
84;  B.A.  1681-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  1684;  priest, 
May  30,  1686;  C.  of  Dunton,  Norfolk.  R.  of  Dunton  and 
Doughton,  1686-1701;  of  North  Creake,  1687-1727.  Buried 
Feb.  8,  1726-7.  WiU  (Norwich  C.  C.)  1726-7.   (Venn,  i.  458.) 

SCARLING,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  20,  1715. 
B.  at  Sudbury,  Suffolk.   Matric.  1715-6;  M.B.  1720. 

SCARROW,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall, 
Easter,  1683,  'Carrow';  B.A.  1686-7. 

SCARTH,  see  also  SCARFE. 

SCARTH,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  12,  1647. 
Matric.  1647;  B.A.  1650. 

SCARTH, .  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 

SCATCHERD,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  20, 
1685.  S.  of  Robert,  farmer.  B.  at  Arthington,  Yorks. 
Schools,  Picton  and  Leeds,  Yorks.  Matric.  1685,  'Shratcherd'; 
B.A.  1688-9.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Dec.  1690.  V.  of  Alne, 
Yorks.,  1691. 

SCATLIN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1606; 
B.A.  1609-10. 

SCATTERGOOD  or  SKATERGOOD,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  sizar 
from  Trinity,  Michs.  1628.  S.  of  John,  attorney,  of  Chad- 
desden,  Derbs.  Bapt.  Sept.  18,  1611,  at  Ellastone,  Staffs. 
B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636;  D.D.  1662  (Lit.  Reg.).  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1669.  Chaplain  at  Trinity,  1637-40.  R.  of  Winwick, 
Northants.,  1641-87.  Canon  of  Lincoln,  1641-83;  of  Lich- 
field, 1666-82.   R.  of  Yelvertoft,  1670-87.  Married  Martha 


ScoLES,  Giles 

Wharton  at  St  Bartholomew-the-Less,  London,  June  27, 
1644.  Author,  biblical  criticisms.  Died  July  30,  1687,  aged 
76.  Buried  at  Yelvertoft.  .^dmon.  Aug.  7,  1687,  to  son 
Samuel.  Father  of  the  next  and  of  Samuel  (1662).  (D.N.B.; 
Bridges,  i.  605,  610.) 

SCATTERGOOD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Oct.  14,  1668. 
2nd  s.  of  Anthony  (above).  Bapt.  Mar.  5,  1649-50,  at 
Winwick,  Northants.  Matric.  1671-2;  Scholar,  1671;  B.A. 
1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Buried  at  Winwick,  Sept.  24,  1723- 
Brother  of  Samuel  (1662).   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

SCATTERGOOD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Sept.  12,  1672. 
Matric.  1673;  Scholar,  1676;  B.A.  1676-7;  M.A.  1680.  Ord. 
priest  (London)  Feb.  24,  1688-9. 

SCATTERGOOD,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  20, 

1662.  S.  of  Anthony  (1628).  Bapt.  at  Winwick,  Northants., 
Apr.  16,  1646.  Matric.  1662;  Scholar,  1664;  B.A.  1665-6; 
M.A.  1669.  Fellow,  1668.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669.  Ord. 
priest  (Ely)  Sept.  19,  1674.  V.  of  St  Mary's,  Lichfield,  1678 
81.  V.  of  Ware,  Herts.,  1681,  resigned  within  four  months. 
V.  of  Blockley,  Worcs.,  1681-96.  Canon  of  Lichfield,  1682; 
of  Lincoln,  1683.  Married  Elizabeth  Gilbert,  of  Tettenhall, 
Staffs.,  Sept.  5,  1688.  Author,  sermons.  Buried  at  Blockley, 
Dec.  10,  1696.  Brother  of  John  (1668).   (Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

SCAWEN,  FRANCIS.  Probably  a  student  at  Cambridge.  S.  of 
Robert,  of  Molinick,  Cornwall.  Died  Mar.  14,  1669.  M.I.  at 
Gt  St  Mary's,  Cambridge.   (Musgrave.) 

SCAWEN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Easter, 
1709.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Cornwall.  Died  Nov.  21,  1710, 
aged  19.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel.  (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  iv. 
192.) 

SCAWSBY,  THOMAS  (or  WILLIAM).  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  1496;  B.A.  1500-1;  M.A.  1504-5-  Fellow. 
Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  23,  1503.  V.  of  Chalke,  Wilts. 
(Harwood.) 

SCHARDIN,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1705. 

SCHARNBURN,  FRANCIS,  see  SHARNBORNE. 

SCHELE,  LEWIS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1718.   Of  London. 

SCHEUCHZER  or  SCHEUTZER,  JOHN  GASPER.  M.D.  1728 
(Com.  Reg.).  S.  of  John  James,  of  Zurich.  B.  in  Switzerland, 
1702.  Graduated  at  Zurich,  1722.  Came  to  England  and 
became  librarian  to  Sir  Hans  Sloane.  L.R.C.P.,  1723-  F.R.S., 
1724.   Author,  medical.  Died  Apr.  10,  1729.   (D.N.B.) 

SCHEWE,  ROBERT,  see  SHAW. 

SCHLAER,  FREDERICK.   Incorp.  M.D.  1681,  from  Utrecht. 

SCHLECH,  JOHN.   B.Can.L.  1492-3- 

SCOCHEY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
May  14,  1710.  S.  of  Edward,  of  Caister,  Lines.  School, 
Caister.  Matric.  1711;  B.A.  1714-5-  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
May  26,  1716.   C.  of  Tansor,  Northants. 

SCOCHIE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1595; 
B.A.  1599-1600.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  21,  1601; 
priest,  Sept.  26,  1602.  V.  of  Ashby-juxta-Temple  Brewer, 
Lines.,  in  1604-5,  when  he  was  licensed  as  a  schoolmaster. 
V.  of  Hibaldstow,  1609-18.  V.  of  Hale,  1618.  Married  Anne 
Witherall,  of  Liddington,  Jan.  24,  1608-9.  Will  (Lincohj) 
1652;  of  Bicker. 

SCHOLAR,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Oct.  9,  1669 
Of  Derbyshire.  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4-  Master  of  Bake 
well  School.   Died  Feb.  11,  1674-5.   M.I.  at  Bakewell. 

SCHOLEFIELD,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Mac 
dalene,  June  27,  1739.  S.  of  Abraham.  B.  at  Halifax 
Yorks.  School,  Halifax.   Matric.  i739;  B-A-  1742-3- 

SCHOFIELD,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1626;  B.A.  1629-30,  'Chofield.' 

SKOFYLD,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1573- 

SCOLEFIELD,  RADCLIFFE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Dec.  13, 
1689.  S.  of  Radcliffe,  attorney,  of  Scholefield  Hall, 
Rochdale.  Bapt.  there,  Aug.  17,  1671.  Minister  at  Ash- 
worth  Chapel,  in  1703;  of  a  presbyterian  chapel  at  Hall 
Fold,  Whitworth,  1718-27;  then  at  Ringhay,  Cheshire. 
Buried  Aug.  16,  1728,  at  Ringhay.  Admon.  (Chester)  1739. 
(Fam.  Min.  Gent.,  i.  114;  A.  Gray.) 

SCHOFIELD,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Lent, 
1577-8.  Probably  V.  of  Little  Clacton,  Essex,  1589-1605. 
Died  1605.   Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London)  Mar.  26,  1605. 

SCHOFIELD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Easter, 
1577.  Perhaps  of  Schofield,  near  Rochdale,  Lanes.  One  of 
these  names  C.  of  Holcombe,  in  1609.   (Peile,  i.  142.) 

SCOLES,  GILES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1608; 
Scholar,  1610-1;  B.A.  161 1-2;  M.A.  1615.  Probably  buried 
at  Gt  St  Andrew's,  Cambridge,  May  14,  1618.  (Peile,  1. 
270.) 


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ScHOLES,  James 

SCHOLES,  JAMES  (?  JACOB).  Adm.  sizar  (age  i6)  at  St  John's, 
May  31,  1686.  S.  of  James,  husbandman.  B.  at  Oldham, 
Lanes.  School,  Manchester.  Matric.  1686;  B.A.  1689-90; 
M.A.  1698.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  June  15,  1690.  C.  of 
Prestwich  61  years.  V.  of  Ringley,  i7i9-  Died  1752-  Will 
(Chester)  1755.   (Mumford,  Manchester  Grammar  School.) 

SCOLES,  JEREMY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  6,  1646. 
S.  of  George.  B.  at  Salford,  Lanes.  Bapt.  June  14,  1629,  at 
Manchester.  School,  Manchester.  Matric.  1647;  Scholar; 
B.A.  1650-1;  M.A.  1654.  Ord.  presbyter,  July  5,  i655- 
Minister  of  Stretford  Chapel,  1655-7.  V.  of  Norton,  Derbs., 
1659-  ejected,  1662.  Returned  to  Salford,  licensed  to  preach 
there,  1672.  Died  Apr.  23,  1685,  aged  56.  Buried  at  Man- 
chester. Will,  Chester.  Father  of  the  next.  {Calamy,  i.  333; 
Mumford,  Manchester  Grammar  School.) 

SCOLES,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Sept. 
II,  1680.  S.  of  Jeremiah  (above).  B.  at  Salford,  Lanes. 
Bapt.  June  9,  1664,  at  Manchester.  School,  Salford.  Pastor 
at  Newton,  Manchester;  also  at  Macclesfield.  Died  at 
Macclesfield,  Oct.  2,  1702.  Buried  at  Manchester.  (Mumford, 
Manchester  Grammar  School;  Peile,  11.  81.) 

SCOLYS, .  B.Civ.L.  1482-3. 

SCHOLEY,  CALEB.  'Late  student  of  St  John's';  ord.  priest 
(York)  Sept.  1626. 

SCHOLEY,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1568. 
One  of  these  names  of  V/ragby,  Yorks.,  clerk;  will  (York) 
1595. 

SCHOLEY,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
July  T,  1665.  S.  of  John,  husbandman,  of  Ulley,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  Rotherham  (Mr  Barton).  Matric.  1667; 
B.A.  1668-9.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June  6,  1669;  priest,  June, 
1671. 

SCHOLEY,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent, 
1563-4- 

SCOLYE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1618. 

SCHOMBERG,  ISAAC.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  Mar.  19, 
1746-7.  S.  of  Dr  Meyer  Low,  F.R.S.,  of  London.  B.  at 
Schweinberg,  Aug.  14,  i7i4-  School,  Merchant  Taylors'. 
M.D.  1750  (Lit.  Reg.).  Professor  of  Medicine  in  the  Univer- 
sity of  Giessen.  Of  Conduit  Street,  London.  Summoned  by 
the  President  and  Censors  of  the  C.P.  to  present  himself  for 
examination  as  licentiate  but  declined,  i747;  his  practice 
interdicted,  till  1765.  L.R.C.P.,  1765-  F.R.C.P.,  i77i- 
Censor,  1773  and  1778.  Attended  Garrick  in  his  last  illness. 
Died  unmarried  Mar.  2,  1780.  Buried  at  St  George's, 
Hanover  Square,  London.  WiU,  P.C.C.  Twin-brother  of 
Raphael  or  Ralph,  M.D.  (for  whom  see  D.N.B.)  {G.  Mag.; 
L.  Mag.) 
SCHOOLECROFT,  AUGUSTINE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St 
John's,  Apr.  12,  1654.  S.  of  James,  clerk.  Bapt.  Nov.  3, 
1633,  at  Lancaster.  Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1657-8.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Mar.  10;  priest,  Mar.  13,  1660-1.  C.  at  Colwich, 
Staffs.,  in  1659,  to  John  Greensmith,  whose  daughter  he 
married,  in  1666.  V.  of  Colwich,  1663-70.  Buried  Feb.  16, 
1699-1700.  Brother  of  the  next.  (Wm.  Salt  Arch.  Soc. ,1^15.) 
SCHOOLECROFT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  12,  1654.  S.  of  James,  clerk,  of  Lancaster.  Bapt.  there, 
Feb.  6,  1635-6.  Matric.  1654.  Brother  of  Augustine  (above). 
SCHREVE,  EDMUND,  see  SHREVE. 
SCHUBIS,  see  CHUBBES. 

SCHUTZ,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  30,  1747. 
Of  Berkshire.  Matric.  1748;  B.A.  1752;  M.A.  i755;  D.D. 
1769.  Fellow,  1753-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  28,  17541 
priest,  May  25,  1755.  R.  of  Marsh  Gibbon,  Bucks.,  1757-60. 
R.  of  Oving,  1774-1803.  R.  of  Burton  Coggles,  Lines. 
R.  of  Paston,  Northants.,  1803-n.  Died  before  Mar.  13, 
1811. 
SCHUTZ,  SPENCER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Mar.  24,  1733-4- 
Of  Middlesex.  S.  and  h.  of  Hon.  Augustus,  of  St  George's, 
Hanover  Square.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Mar.  2,  1742-3. 
Called  to  the  Bar,  1751.  Migrated  to  the  Inner  Temple, 
Feb.  6,  1752. 
SCIALETTI,  PAUL.    M.A.  1664  (Lt<.  i?eg.).    'Rabbi;  converted 

Jew." 
SCOBELL,  FRANCIS.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
Nov.  9,   1732.    S.  of  Francis,  of  Tregony,  Cornwall,  Esq. 
Bapt.  Aug.  14,  1715.    Matric.  1732-3.   Died  Nov.  26,  1740. 
(Vivian,  Vis.  of  Cornwall.) 
SCOGGAN,  ROBERT.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  5, 
1628.    S.  of  Robert,  husbandman.    B.  at  Preston,  in  the 
diocese  of  Durham.    School,  Preston.    Matric.  1628;  B.A. 
1632-3.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  22,  1633.    [Venn,  i. 
283.) 
SCOLDING,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  9,  1687, 
Skulding.  Matric.  1688. 


Scot,  Christopher 

SCOOPE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  25, 
1696.  S.  of  Richard,  clerk.  B.  at  Thornton  Watlass,  Yorks. 
School,  Threshfield  (Mr  Motley).  Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1699- 
1700.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Sept.  1704- 
SCOOPE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  5,  1671; 
B.A.  1675-6. 

SCOPHAM, .  B.Can.L.  1498-9- 

SCORER,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1571- 
Perhaps  s.  of  Nicholas,  of  Co.  Hereford  and  Melton-on-the- 
HiU,  Yorks.  Bapt.  Nov.  10,  1549.  Probably  B.A.  1575-6, 
'George.'  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Nov.  17,  1577,  'age  24;  B.A. 
of  Christ's.'  Perhaps  C.  of  Melton.  Buried  Dec.  6,  1620. 
Will  (York)  1621. 

SCORINGHURST, .   Pens,  at  Jesus,  1613-4. 

SCORTRETH,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Mar. 
1588;  B.A.  (?)  1591-2;  M.A.  1597-  Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi) 
Dec.  19,  1592;  priest,  Sept.  15,  1593.  V.  of  Huttoft,  Lines., 
1592-1600.  V.  of  Saleby,  near  Alford,  1600-6.  R.  of  Firsby, 
1605.  Will  (Lincohi)  1645-6;  of  Alford,  clerk.  Father  of  the 
next.  (Peile,  i.  192.) 
SCORTRATH,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  May 
28,  1628.  S.  of  George  (above),  V.  of  Saleby,  Lines.  B.  there. 
School,  'Ashford.'  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  Lecturer  at 
Lincoln;  colleague  with  Edw.  Rayner;  ejected,  1662. 
(Calamy,  11.  154.) 
SCORTRETH,  RAMUS.   Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Oct.  22,  1614. 

Matric.  1614;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622. 
SCORY,  EDMUND.  M.A.  1615  (on  King's  visit).  Doubtless  s.  of 
Silvan,  of  Co.  Hereford,  Esq.,  and  grandson  of  John  (below). 
Bishop  of  Hereford.  Matric.  (Balliol  CoUege,  Oxford)  Oct.  24, 
1595,  age  20.  Knighted,  July  4, 1618.  Brotherof  John  (1592). 
(Al.  Oxon.;  Vis.  ofWorcs.,  1569-) 
SCORY,  JOHN.  Studied  nine  years  at  Cambridge.  B.D.  1539, 
when  he  is  described  as  formerly  a  Dominican  friar.  Of 
Norfolk.  (One  of  the  14  friars  who  with  their  Prior,  Gregory 
Dodds,  B.D.,  signed  the  deed  of  Surrender  of  their  Monastery 
in  Cambridge  to  the  King,  Apr.  16,  1538.  The  site  of  the 
old  monastery  was  afterwards  occupied  by  the  Protestant 
foundation  of  Emmanuel.)  Six  preacher  at  Canterbury,  1541. 
Chaplain  to  Archbishop  Cranmer.  Bishop  of  Rochester, 
1551-2;  of  Chichester,  1552-3,  deprived.  A  fugitive  abroad 
under  Queen  Mary.  Retired  to  Emden  in  Friesland;  super- 
intendent of  the  English  congregation  there;  returned,  1558. 
Bishop  of  Hereford,  1559-85-  Author,  sermons.  Died  June 
26,  1585.  Buried  at  Whitbourne,  Herefordshire.  (Cooper, 
I.  511;  D.N.B.;  Emmanuel  College  History.) 
SCORY,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  Nov.  4,  1592. 
Of  Hereford.  S.  and  h.  of  Silvan,  Esq.,  and  grandson  of 
John,  Bishop  of  Hereford.  Brother  of  Edmund  (1615)- 
(Vis.  of  Worcs.,  1569-) 
SCOTT,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  May  2, 
1681.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Yokefleet,  Yorks.  School,  Holden 
CHowden),  Yorks.  (Mr  Thomas  Reynolds).  Matric.  1681; 
Scholar,  1683;  B.A.  1684-5;  M.A.  1688.  R.  of  North  Coates, 
Lines.,  1704. 
SCOTT,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  18,  1666. 
S  of  William,  R.  of  Morebath,  Devon.  School,  Eton; 
Colleger,  1663-8.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1677. 
R.  of  Skilgate,  Somerset,  1674-85- 
SCOT,  ARTHUR.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1610.  Of 
Richmond,  Yorks.  Possibly  s.  of  Gregory  (1550).  B.A. 
1613-4;  M.A.  1617;  B.D.  1624.  Fellow  before  Michs.  1621-31. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1624.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18; 
priest,  Dec.  19,  1619.  R.  of  Holy  Trinity,  Goodramgate, 
York,  1633-5;  of  St  Martin's,  1635-40.  Buried  there  Feb.  17, 
1639-40.  Perhaps  brother  of  Christopher  (1603)  and  John 
(1597-8).  (Peile,  I.  279-) 
SCOTT,  BAL.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter,  1544 

(impubes). 
SCOTT,  BENEDICT.     ('Benjamin'  in  Coll.  Reg.)    Matric.  sizar 

from  Queens',  Easter,  1659. 
SCOTT,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  11,  1640. 
S.  of  Charles,  gent.,  of  Northwold,  Norfolk.  B.  at  Didlington. 
School,  Swafiham  (Mr  Dawson).    Matric.  1640.    Brother  of 
Edmund  (1640)  and  Thomas  (1640).   (Venn,  1.  337.) 
SCOTT,  CHRISTOPHER.    Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 

Michs.  1548. 
SCOTT,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  (age  19)  from  Christ's, 
Apr.  1603.  Perhaps  s.  of  Gregory  (1550).  V.  of  Catterick.  B. 
at  Catterick,  Richmonds.  B.A.  1606-7;  M.A.  1610.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Sept.  25,  1609;  'licensed  to  Markshall, 
Essex';  priest,  1614-5;  'licensed  to  Stisted,  Essex.'  R.  of 
Hawkeswell,  Essex  (not  Hockerill),  1617-32.  Died  1632. 
Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London)  Feb.  5,  1632-3.  Father  of  the 
next,  perhaps  brother  of  Arthur  (1610)  and  John  (1597-8). 
(Peile,  I.  244;  H.  Smith.) 

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SCOTT,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's, 
Apr.  24,  1635.  -S.  of  Christopher  (above),  R.  of  HawkesweU, 
Essex.  B.  there.  School,  Maldon.  Matric.  1635;  B. A.  1638-9. 
R.  of  Gt  Wakering,  Essex,  1644-62,  ejected.   {Peilc,  1.  435.) 

SCOTT,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Mar.  25, 
1639.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Letton,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
School,  W>-mondhain.  Matric.  1639;  Scholar,  1640-6;  B.A. 
1642-3;  M.A.  1646. 

SCOTT,  CLEMENT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1673.  Of 
Suffolk.  Matric.  Easter,  1674;  B.A.  1676-7;  M.A.  1680. 
Fellow,  1680-9.  Junior  Proctor,  1686-7.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  June,  1680;  priest.  Mar.  1682-3.  'Minister  of 
St  Bene't,  Cambridge  in  the  time  of  James  II,  and  turned 
papist.'   {Masters,  115.) 

SCOTT,  CUTHBERT.  B.A.  1534-5.  Of  Lancashire.  M.A.  1538; 
B.D.  1544;  D.D.  1547.  Fellowof  Christ's,  1538-47.  Master, 
1553-6.  Vice-Chancellor,  1554,  1555-6.  One  of  the  Visitors 
in  Queen  Mary's  Commission  to  the  University,  1556-7. 
One  of  the  deputation  who  disputed  at  Oxford  against 
Cranmer  and  Ridley.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1554.  R.  of  Etton, 
Yorks.,  1547.  R.  of  Beeford,  1549.  Preb.  of  York,  1546. 
Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1554-8-  Bishop  of  Chester,  1556-9; 
deprived,  1559.  Fined  and  imprisoned  in  the  Fleet,  1559-63. 
Retired  to  Louvain.  Died  there  1565.  Author,  theological. 
{Peile,  I.  21;  D.N.B.;  Cooper,  i.  233;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SCOTT,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1598;  Scholar,  1601-5;  B.A.  1601-2;  M.A.  1605.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Norwich)  June  15,  1606,  age  26;  C.  of  Northwold, 
Norfolk.   R.  of  Hadley,  Essex,  1609-12.   Died  1612. 

SCOTT,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Oct.  12,  1640. 
S.  of  Charles,  gent.,  of  Northwold,  Norfolk.  B.  at  Didlington. 
School,  Swaffham  (Mr  Dawson).  Matric.  1641;  Scholar, 
1641-3.  Brother  of  Charles  (1640)  and  Thomas  (1640). 
{Venn,  i.  341.) 

SCOTT,  EDWARD.  B.A.  1522-3. 

SCOTT,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  14,  1549.  Of  Carlisle.  Matric.  1549;  B.A.  1553-41 
M.A.  1557.  Fellow,  1552-61.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  1557-8. 
V.  of  Fordingbridge,  Hants.,  1560-79.  Died  Nov.  1579. 

SCOTT,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Jan.  6,  1559-60.  Of  Leighs,  Essex.  Perhaps  2nd  s. 
of  Walter,  of  Stapleford,  Essex.  Matric.  1560.  Fellow,  1562- 
3.  Left  without  a  degree.  Student  at  Clement's  Inn.  {Vis. 
of  Essex,  1612;  Essex  Pedigrees,  705.) 

SKOTT,  EDWARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1587. 

SCOT,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Oct.  16,  1622.  S.  of 
Thomas.  Schools,  Middleton,  Westmorland  (Mr  Garnet)  and 
Kirkby  (probably  Lonsdale).  Matric.  1623;  B.A.  1625-6; 
M.A.  1630.  C.  of  Canewdon,  Essex,  1637.  Sequestered  to 
Fobbing,  1646.  Buried  there  Nov.  23,  1653.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1654.   {Peile,  I.  347;  H.  Smith.) 

SCOTT,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Easter,  1650; 
B.A.  1653-4.  Fellow  (by  order  of  the  Parliamentary  Com- 
mittee), -1654-5 ;  he  had  been  admitted  scholar  by  the  same, 
July  10,  1650. 

SCOTT,  FRANCIS,  Earl  of  Dalkeith.  LL.D.  1749.  S.  of  Francis, 
Duke  of  Buccleugh.  B.  Feb.  19,  1720-1.  Matric.  (Christ 
Church,  Oxford)  Oct.  27,  1739,  age  18.  Created  M.A. 
(Oxford)  1742.  M.P.  for  Boroughbridge,  1746-50.  Died  v.p. 
Apr.  I,  1750.  Buried  at  Dalkeith. 

SCOTTE,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Easter,  1575. 
Probably  s.  of  George,  of  Conghurst,  Kent.  B.A.  from 
Corpus  Christi,  1578-9;  M.A.  1582.  Perhaps  ord.  priest 
(St  David's)  May  8,  1583.  R.  of  Balcombe,  Sussex,  1586. 
Probably  preb.  of  Chichester,  1586-1611.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1618. 
(W.  C.  Renshaw;  Vis.  of  Kent,  1619.) 

SCOTT,  GEORGE.   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1602. 

SCOTT,  GEORGE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  June  8,  1608. 
Of  Kent.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  WiUiam,  of  Conghurst, 
Kent.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  27,  1609.  Of  Hawkhurst, 
Kent.  Married  Dorothy,  dau.  of  Humphrey  Winche.  Died 
before  May  18,  1633.  Probably  father  of  Humphrey  (1629- 
30).   {Vis.  of  Kent,  1619.) 

SCOTT,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  June  25, 
1628.  S.  of  George,  alderman  of  Richmond,  Yorks.  B.  there. 
School,  Richmond.  Matric.  1628;  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635. 
Ord.  deacon  (Carlisle)  June  i,  1634;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1635. 
R.  of  Langton-on-Swale,  Yorks.,  1637-65.  Probably  R.  of 
Wensley,  1643-72;  R.  of  Spennithome,  1663-72.  Buried  at 
Wensley,  Dec.  20,  1672.  Father  of  George  (1649).  {Peile, 
I-  393-) 

SCOTT,  GEORGE.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  Catharine's, 
Michs.  1638.  Of  Essex.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  George,  of 
Gt  Easton,  Essex,  Esq.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  19,  1639. 
Cedled  to  the  Bar,  1647.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Robert 


Scot,  John 

Cheyne,  of  Beds.,  Sept.  25, 1647.  Died  Oct.  15, 1683,  aged  61. 
(Berry,  Essex  Pedigrees,  706;  Morant,  1.  169;  Vis.  of  Essex, 
1634,  where  father  and  son  are  apparently  confused.) 

SCOTT,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  21, 
1649.  S.  of  George  (1628),  R.  of  Langton-on-Swale,  near 
Richmond,  Yorks.  B.  at  Richmond.  School,  Giggleswick. 
Matric.  1649;  B.A.  1652;  M.A.  1663.  R.  of  Oswaldkirk, 
Yorks.,  1663-1700.  Probably  R.  of  Kirkby  Wiske,  1661-92- 
Died  c.  1700.   Father  of  the  next.   {Peile,  1.  525.) 

SCOT,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  May  20,  1671.  S.  of 
George  (above).  B.  at  Warlaby,  Yorks.  School,  Coxwold 
(Mr  Parkes).   Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5. 

SCOTT,  GEORGE  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  May  i,  1690. 
S.  and  h.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Chigwell,  Essex.  Bapt.  there, 
Nov.  4,  1673.  School,  North  Weald  (Mr  Richard  Hewett). 
Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1693-4.  .'\dm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Sept.  23, 
1690.  Died  unmarried  Feb.  19,  1726.  Buried  at  Chigwell. 
{Venn,  i.  487;  Essex  Pedigrees.) 

SCOTT,  GREGORY.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  13,  1550.  Of  'Sebrem'  (Sebergham),  Cumberland. 
Matric.  1550;  B.A.  (?)  1553-4.  {Harwood  says  he  went  away 
B.A.  The  dates  of  degrees  given  in  Cooper,  i.  358  and  D.N.B. 
are  those  assigned  to  Edward  Scott.)  Fellow,  1553-4.  R.  of 
Thimbleby,  Lines.,  1560.  Chaplain  to  the  Bishop  of  Lincoln. 
Canon  of  Carlisle,  1564-76;  Vicar-General,  1570-6.  V.  of 
St  Michael,  Appleby,  1569.  Chancellor  of  the  Cathedral,  Car 
lisle,  1570-6.  Died  1576  (stc).  But  one  of  these  names,  M.A. , 
was  V.  of  Catterick,  Yorks.,  1568-90  (stc),  and  was  probably 
father  of  Christopher  (1603)  and  possibly  of  Arthur  (i6io) 
and  John  (1597-8).  (Cooper,  i.  358;  in.  114;  D.N.B.; 
Whitaker,  Richmondshire.) 

SCOTT,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  1590-1.  Matric.  c. 
1591;  B.A.  1594-5;  M.A.  1598.  Ord.  priest  (Colchester) 
Aug.  7,  1596.  R.  of  Reymerston,  Norfolk,  1603.  Father  of 
Henry  (1634)  and  Nathaniel  (1622). 

SCOTT,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1610; 
B.A.  1614-5;  M.A.  1618.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (York) 
Feb.  1618-9.   Perhaps  V.  of  Bametby,  Lines.,  1623-41. 

SCOTT,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  18,  1634. 
S.  of  Henry  (1590-1),  R.  of  Reymerston,  Norfolk.  School, 
Westfield  (Mr  Chapman).  Matric.  1634;  Scholar,  1637-8; 
B.A.  1637-8.  Brother  of  Nathaniel  (1622).   {Venn,  i.  315.) 

SCOTT,  HUMPHREY.  Adm.  pens,  at  EmmanueL;  Mar.  22, 
1629-30.  Of  Kent.  S.  and  h.  of  George  (?  1608),  of  Conghurst, 
Esq.  Age  5  in  1619.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  18,  1633. 
{Vis.  of  Kent,  1619.) 

SCOTT,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  (age  18)  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1631.  S.  of  James,  of  Suffolk,  attorney.  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A. 
1638.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  25,  1636;  'C.  of  Cock- 
field,  Suffolk';  priest,  Sept.  24,  1637. 

SCOTT,  JAMES,  see  MONMOUTH,  Duke  of. 

SCOTT,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Apr.  28,  1705.  Of 
Devon.  Matric.  1705;  B.A.  1708-9;  M.A.  1715.  R.  of 
Skilgate,  Somerset,  1711. 

SCOT,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Nov.  5,  1751. 
S.  of  James,  V.  of  Trinity  Church,  Leeds.  B.  there,  1733- 
School,  Bradford  (Mr  Butler).  Matric.  1752-  Migrated  to 
Trinity,  Mar.  4,  1756.  Scholar,  1756:  B.A.  1757;  M.A.  1760; 
B.D.  1768;  D.D.  1775.  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1758.  Lecturer 
at  St  John's  Leeds,  1758-69.  C.  of  Edmonton,  1760-1. 
C.  of  Horbury,  Wakefield,  1766-74.  R.  of  Simonbum, 
Northumberland,  1771-91.  Retired  to  London.  Author, 
political  and  religious,  also  wrote  verse.  Died  Dec.  10,  1S14. 
{D.N.B.) 

SCOTT,  JOHN.  M.Gram.  1500-1;  B.A.  1502-3;  M.A.  1506-7; 
B.D.  1516-7.  Fellow  of  God's  House  (Christ's).  Proctor, 
1510-1.  Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1522-45.  R.  of  Garboldisham, 
Norfolk,  1533-9-   Died  1545.   {Peile,  1.  5.) 

SCOTT,  JOHN.   B.A.  1534-5;  M.A.  1537. 

SCOTT,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1552. 

SCOTT,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 

1567;    B.A.    1570-1;    M.A.    1574.     Fellow,    1571-6.    V.   of 

Shropham,  Norfolk,  1574. 
SCOTT,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  Dec.  10,  1572. 

SCOTT,   JOHN.     Matric.   pens,   from   Queens',   Easter,    1578. 

Of  Huntingdonshire.    B.A.  1581-2.    Perhaps  R.  of  Upton 

St  Margaret,  Hunts.,  in  1614. 
SCOTT,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  16,  1386. 

Matric.  1586. 
SCOTT,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs.  1589. 

Perhaps  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  11,  1594-5;  of  Staple 

Inn. 


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SCOTT,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  1597-8.  Of  Rich- 
mond, Yorks.  Perhaps  s.  of  Gregory  (1550).  B.A.  1600-1; 
M.A.  1604;  D.D.  1621.  Fellow,  1605-7.  Perhaps  ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Carlisle)  Feb.  i,  1618-9.  (Possibly  R.  of  Islip, 
Northants.,  1614-8.)  R.  of  Keystone,  Hunts.,  1621-4.  Preb. 
of  York,  1625;  Dean,  1625-44.  R.  of  Barwick-in-Elmet,  1629- 
44,  deprived  and  imprisoned.  Described  by  Bishop  Hacket 
as  a  prodigal  gamester.  Died  in  the  King's  Bench  prison, 
1644.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  Apr.  7,  1646;  to  a  creditor  as  dying 
in  or  near  the  City  of  London.  Perhaps  brother  of  Arthur 
(1610)  and  Christopher  (1603);  father  of  John  (1635).  {Peile, 
I.  225;  Thoresby,  Barwick-in-Elmet,  67,  where  he  is  confused 
with  an  Oxford  contemporary.) 

SCOTT,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Michs.  1598. 

SCOTT,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1617. 

SCOTT,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Christ's,  July  4, 
1635.  S.  of  John  (1597-8),  D.D.,  R.  of  Keystone,  Hunts. 
B.  there.  School,  York  (Mr  WaUis).  Matric.  1635;  B.A.  1638. 

SCOTT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  9,  1678. 
S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Fincham,  Norfolk.  B.  there.  School, 
Fincham  (Mr  Gardner).  Matric.  1678;  Scholar,  1678-83; 
B.A.  1681-2;  M.A.  1685.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June; 
priest,  Oct.  1682.  R.  of  Pensthorpe,  Norfolk.  V.  of  Stradsett, 
1682-1727.  Died  Oct.  24,  1727.  Will  (Norwich  C.  C.)  1727. 
(Venn,  i.  459.) 

SCOTT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1689.  Of 
Norwich.  Matric.  Easter,  1690;  B.A.  1693-4;  M.A.  1697; 
B.D.  1705;  D.D.  1710.  Fellow,  1698-1706,  resigned.  Ord. 
priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  24,  1699.  Perhaps  R.  of  Isfield,  Sussex, 
1705-42.  Died  1742.  One  of  these  names,  D.D.,  author  of 
Notes  on  the  First  Chapter  of  Genesis;  died  i753-  See  Al. 
Oxon.  for  a  contemporary  namesake.   (Musgrave.) 

SCOTT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  May  27,  1710- 
2nd  s.  of  William  (1669),  B.D.,  deceased,  V.  of  Albrighton, 
Salop.  B.  there.  School,  Newport.  Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1713- 
4;  M.A.  1717.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  19,  1714;  priest. 
May  27,  1716.  Probably  R.  of  Hunsdon,  Herts.,  1719-56. 
Died  1756.   Brother  of  William  (1704)- 

SCOT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's.  Feb.  12,  1722-3. 

S.  of  Benjamin,  of  Wiltshire.    B.  at  Chippenham.    School, 

Marlborough.   Matric.  1723;  B.A.  1726-7;  M.A.  1738.   Ord. 

deacon  (Salisbury)  June  9;  priest,  Sept.  22,   1727.    V.  of 

Wilsford  and  Woodford,  Wilts.,  1759-74.    {Scott-Mayor,  in. 

358.) 
SCOTT,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  June  29, 

1724.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Lincoln.  School,  Lincoln.  Matric. 

1724;  B.A.  1727-8.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  17,  1727-8; 

priest,  June  16,   1728.    Perhaps  P.C.  of  Horbury,  Yorks., 

172S-66.  Buried  there  June  17,  1766.  But  see  Al.  Oxon.  for 

a  contemporary  namesake. 
SCOTT,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  24, 

1726-7.     S.   of   William,   husbandman,   of   Snape,    Yorks. 

B.  there.   School,  Kirk  Leatham  (Mr  Clarke).   Matric.  1727. 

Migrated  as  pens,  to  Sidney,  Dec.  30,  1732.  LL.B.  1735. 

SCOTT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  7,  1735.  Of  Wake- 
field, Yorks.  S.  of  Thomas  (1687-8),  clerk,  deceased.  School, 
Wakefield.  Matric.  1736;  Rustat  Scholar;  B.A.  1738-9; 
M.A.  1742.  Fellow,  1742-52.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  21, 
1740;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1743-  V.  of  Fordham,  Cambs.,  1748- 
51.  Probably  R.  of  Methley,  Yorks.,  1751-80.  Preb.  of 
Ripon,  1774-80.  Died  1780.  Brother  of  Thomas  (i735). 
(M.  H.  Peacock.) 

SCOTT,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1608.  Of  Hertfordshire.  B.A.  1611-2. 

SCOT,  JOSHUA.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  27, 
1723.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at  Hull.  School, 
Hull.  Matric.  1723;  B.A.  1726-7;  M.A.  1730.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  June  9,  1727;  priest,  July  21,  1728.  R.  of  Hilston, 
Yorks.,  1728-31.  V.  of  Owthome,  1729-31.  {Scott-Mayor, 
III.  361.) 

SCOTT,  LEONARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1579.  Of  Cumberland.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1581-2;  M.A. 
1585.  V.  of  Castle  Sowerby,  Cumberland,  1585-1623.  V.  of 
Irthington,  1589-97.  R.  of  Skelton,  1598-1623.  {Peile,  i. 
153) 

SCOTT,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  i8, 
1635.  S.  of  Edward,  clothier,  of  Glemsford,  Sufiolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Thurlow  (Mr  Moore).  Matric.  1635;  B.A.  1638-9; 
M.A.  1642.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  25,  1645. 

SCOTT,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  16, 1691-2. 
Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1696. 

SCOTT,  MUNFORD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Michs. 
1565;  Scholar,  1566.  Went  to  Douay;  ord.  priest  (R.C.)  1575- 
Sent  to  England,  1577.  Executed  before  1591.  {Douay 
Diary.) 


Scot,  Thomas 

SCOTT,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  2, 
1622.  S.  of  Henry  (1590),  R.  of  Reymerston,  Norfolk. 
School,  Reymerston  (Mr  Chapman).  Matric.  1623;  Scholar, 
1625-6;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Sept.  24,  1626;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1627.  R.  of  Gt  EUingham, 
Norfolk,  1628-31.  R.  of  Thuxton,  1647.  Buried  there  Apr. 
23,  1662.  Brother  of  Henry  (1634).   {Venn,  i.  259.) 

SCOTT,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June 
25,  1751.  S.  of  Robert,  druggist,  of  Norfolk.  B.  at  Diss. 
School,  Wyverstone  (Mr  Stygal).  Matric.  1751;  B.A.  1755- 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  July  13,  1755;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1757. 
R.  of  Thorpe  Abbots,  Norfolk,  1757-1812.  R.  of  Thelveton, 
1774-1812.   Died  Jan.  18,  1812.   {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  608.) 

SCOTT,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Lent, 
1661-2. 

SCOTT,  PETER.  LL.D.  1667  {Lit.  Reg.),  from  St  Catharine's. 
S.  of  John,  of  Camberwell,  Surrey,  and  grandson  of  Sir  Peter 
Scott,  Knt.  Matric.  (Oriel  College,  Oxford)  July  2,  1658. 
Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  14,  1660.  V.  of  Sunninghill, 
Berks.,  1671.  Canon  of  Windsor,  1671-89.  Married  (i)  Mar- 
garet, dau.  of  Sir  William  Bowles,  of  Clerkenwell,  May  20, 
1663;  (2)  Margaret,  dau.  of  Clement  Spelman,  Baron  of  the 
Exchequer.  Died  Dec.  26,  1689.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1690. 
Father  of  the  next  and  of  William  (1690).  {Al.  Oxon.;  Vis.  of 
Surrey,  1662;  Coll.  Top.  et  Gen.,  in.  147.) 

SCOTT,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Mar.  26,  i68r.  Of 
Surrey.  S.  and  h.  of  Peter  (above).  Bapt.  Apr.  27,  1664,  at 
Camberwell.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  7,  1682. 
Brother  of  WiUiam  (1690). 

SKOTT,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 
1544  {imputes). 

SCOTT,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1583; 
B.A.  1586-7;  M.A.  1590.  Perhaps  'of  Essex:  licensed  by  the 
R.C.P.,  Sept.  25,  1590.'   {Munk,  i.  lOO.) 

SCOTT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  21,  1603. 
Matric.  1603. 

SCOTT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  23,  1626-7. 
Matric.  1627. 

SCOTT,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1576; 
Scholar,  1580. 

SCOTT,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1584-5; 
Scholar,  1588;  B.A.  1588-9;  M.A.  1592;  B.D.  1599.  Fellow, 
1591.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  25,  1599. 
Probably  R.  of  West  Grinstead,  Sussex,  1608-20.  Died 
I 620-1. 

SCOTT,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1588. 
Probably  s.  of  Christopher,  of  Bamston,  Essex.  Bapt.  there, 
Feb.  4,  1569.  B.A.  1591-2;  M.A.  from  Clare,  1595;  D.D.  1613. 
Fellow  of  Clare;  Master,  1612-20.  Vice-Chancellor,  1619-20. 
Subalmoner  to  the  King.  Dean  of  Rochester,  1615-20. 
Died  in  London,  Dec.  21,  1620.  Buried  at  Bamston,  Essex. 
WiU  proved  (V.C.C.  and  P.C.C.)  1620.  {Clare  Coll.  Hist.; 
Genealogist,  N.S.,  xii.  23-4.) 

SCOTT,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1593-4. 

SCOTT,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  27,  1644. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1644;  Scholar,  1646;  B.A.  1647-8; 
M.A.  1651;  B.D.  1660.  Fellow,  1649.  Taxor,  1656.  Senior 
Dean,  1659-60,  1674-7  and  1691-2.  Senior  Bursar,  1679-81. 
Approved  for  presbyterian  orders,  June  16,  1658.  V.  of 
Gt  St  Mary's,  Cambridge,  1671.   Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1694. 

SCOTT,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1734  (Incorp.  from  Exeter  College, 
Oxford).  Matric.  there.  Mar.  14,  1721-2,  age  17.  S.  of 
Robert,  of  Belchalwell,  Dorset.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1727;  M.A. 
1728;  B.D.  1739.  Fellow  of  Exeter,  1724-41.  Ord.  deacon 
(Oxford)  Sept.  24,  1727;  priest  (Sarum)  Sept.  20,  1730. 
R.  of  Wootton,  Northants.,  1741-61.  Died  May  16,  1761. 
Buried  at  Wootton.   {Al.  Oxon.;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

SCOT,ROGER.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall;  resigned,  July  20,  1382. 

SCOT,  ROKEBY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Aug.  13,  1713-  S.  of 
Henry,  apothecary,  of  York  (and  Jane,  dau.  of  William 
Rokeby).  Matric.  1713;  B.A.  1717-8;  -M.A.  1721.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  June  12,  1720;  priest.  Mar.  5,  1720-1;  C.  of 
Escrick,  Yorks.  V.  of  Weaverthorpe,  i740-<;.  45-  R-  of 
Arthingworth,  Northants.,  1742.  Buried  there  Oct.  3,  1767. 
Will  proved,  Feb.  20, 1768.  FatherofThomas(i743)- (.f.^^-G.) 

SCOTT,  SIMON.  B.Civ.L.  1501-2. 

SCOTT,  SIRIA(?).  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1547. 

SCOTTE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1564.  Of 
Cumberland.  B.A.  1567-8;  M.A.  from  Queens',  1571. 
FeUow  of  Queens'.  V.  of  Castle  Sowerby,  Cumberland, 
1571-84,  resigned.  (One  of  these  names  V.  of  Edenhull,  1578- 
80;  died  1580.  But  see  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary  name- 
sake to  whom  Foster  assigns  the  Castle  Sowerby  living.) 
(Nightingale,  439,  493.) 


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Scot,  Thomas 

SCOTT,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1564. 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1566. 
Probably  s.  of  Thomas,  V.  of  Mildenhall,  Suffolk,  in  1558. 
B.A.  1568-9;  M.A.  1572.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Jan.  16, 
1572-3;  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  29,  1575-  Chaplain  to  the  Bishop 
of  Ely.    Perhaps  V.  of  MildenhaU,  Suffolk,  i57.3-9.'i.    Prob- 
ably R.  of  Northwold,  Norfolk,  1576,  and  also  of  Oxburgh, 
1579.   Perhaps  father  of  Thomas  (1620). 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1579; 
B.A.  1582-3;  M.A.  1586.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Langton- 
on-Swale,  Yorks.,  1587-1629. 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 

1582. 
SKOTT,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1587. 
SCOT,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  c.  1590. 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1596;  Scholar, 
1596;  B.A.  1600-1;  M.A.  1604;  B.D.  1611.  R.  of  St  Clement, 
Ipswich,  1612-4;  suspended  and  absolved  by  Bishop  Wren; 
reinstated,  1614-38.   One  of  these  names  R.  of  North  Lynn, 
Norfolk,  1621-6. 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1607. 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  6,   1619. 
Matric.  1619;  B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.   One  of  these  names 
R.  of  St  Clement,  Ipswich,  Suffolk,  1638-40. 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.  B.D.  from  Peterhouse,  1620  (Incorp.  from 
St  Andrews).  Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas  (1566),  R.  of  Northwold, 
Norfolk.   B.  there.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1623.    Probably  ord. 
deacon  (London);  priest,  Sept.  24,  1620,  age  40.    Chaplain 
to  James  I,  in  1616.  Opposed  the  marriage  of  Charles  I  with 
the  Infanta  of  Spain.    R.  of  St  Saviour's,  Norwich,  1620. 
Preacher  to  the  English  Garrison  at  Utrecht,  1623.  Murdered 
there  June  18,   1626,  by  an  English  soldier  named  John 
Lambert.    Author,   political.    Possibly  identical   with   the 
poet  ifl.  1605).   {D.N.B.;  N.  and  Q.,  3rd  S.,  x.  433.) 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1634. 
SCOTT  or  SCOT,  THOMAS.    Said  to  have  been  educated  at 
Cambridge.     School,    Westminster.     M.P.    for    Aylesbury, 
1645-53,  1656-8;  for  Wycombe,  1654-5,  1659-60.   Regicide 
member  of  the  Council  of  State,  1649-53,  1659-60.  Secretary 
of  State,  1660.  Fled  to  Flanders,  but  surrendered  at  Brussels. 
Tried  with  the  other  regicides,  condemned  to  death  and 
executed,  Oct.  17,  1660.  Father  of  William  (1640).  {D.N.B.) 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Apr.  ir,  1640. 
S.  of  Charles,  gent.,  of  Northwold,  Norfolk.  B.  at  Didlington. 
School,   Swaffham    (Mr   Dawson).     Matric.    1640;   Scholar, 
1640-4;    B.A.    1643-4;    M.A.    1647.     Licensed    to   practise 
surgery,  1655-6.    Subscribed  for  deacon's  orders  (Norwich) 
Dec.  20,  1662;  ord.  priest,  Dec.  20,  1663.  Brother  of  Charles 
(1640)  and  Edmund  (1640).   {Venn,  i.  337.) 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Mar.  5,  1687-8.    Of 
Wakefield,  Yorks.    School,  Wakefield.    Matric.  1688;  B.A. 
1691-2;  Scholar,   1692;  M.A.   1695.    Ord.  priest  (London) 
Mar.  8,  1695-6.    V.  of  Wakefield,  1701-29.    Preb.  of  York, 
1707-29.  Governor  of  Wakefield  School.  Died  Apr.  14,  1729. 
Buried  at  Wakefield.    Father  of  John  (1735)  and  Thomas 
(1735)-   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  28, 
1692.    S.  of  Thomas.    B.  at  Elworthy,  Somerset.    School, 
Westminster.   Matric.  1693;  Scholar,  1693.  Secretary  to  the 
Duke  of  Roxburgh.    Author  of  Comedies.    (Al.  Westmon., 
222.) 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  July  2,  1721;  M.A. 
1721.    S.   of  T.,   of  Wotton-under-Edge,   Gloucs.    Matric. 
(University  College,  Oxford)  Mar.  6,  1706-7,  age  17;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1710-1.   R.  of  Cleeve  Prior,  Worcs.,  1717-56.   (Al. 
Oxon.) 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  3, 
1721.    S.   of   Robert,   husbandman,   of   Yorkshire.     B.   at 
Yokefleet,  near  Howden,  Yorks.  School,  Beverley  (Mr  John- 
stone).  Matric.  1722;  B.A.  1725-6;  M.A.  1740.   Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Dec.  24,  1727;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1730;  C.  of  Conis- 
holme.  Lines.    Perhaps  V.  of  Helhoughton,  Norfolk,  1740, 
also  R.  of  Rainham,  1740-2.   {Scott-Mayor,  in.  343.) 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  14, 
1735.   S.  of  Thomas  (1687-8),  of  Wakefield,  Yorks.   School, 
Bradford  (Mr  Butler).    Matric.  1735;  Scholar,  1737;  B.A. 
173^-9;  M..A..  1750.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  20,  1741. 
V.  of  West  Ardsley,  Yorks.,  1754-71.  V.  of  Batley,  1754-71. 
V.  of  East  Ardsley,  1766-71.   Died  Sept.  13,  1771.   Brother 
of  John  (1735). 
SCOTT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  2,   1743.    Of 
Eskrick,  Yorks.    S.  of  Rokeby  (1713),  clerk.    B.  Mar.  9, 
1725-6.    Matric.   1743;  Scholar;  B.A.   1746-7;  M.A.   1750. 
Fellow,    1752-79.     Ord.   deacon    (Peterb.)   Sept.   25,    1748; 
priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  23,  1750.  V.  of  Fordham,  Cambs.,  1773. 
R.  of  King's  Stanley,  Gloucs.,  1779.  Died  Aug.  1799.  Buried 

V.A.C.  IV. 


ScoTCHMER,  Thomas 

at   St  Oswald's,  Chester.    WiU  (P.C.C.)    1800;  of  King's 
Stanley,  and  of  Kensworth,  Herts.    (A.  Gray;  F.  S.  Hocka- 
day.) 
SCOTTE,  W.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Michs.  1561. 
One  '  William  Scott,  of  Chigwell,  Essex,'  adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,   1566;  s.  of  George,  of  Chigwell.    {Vis.  of  Essex, 
i63'1-) 
SCOTT,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1576. 
S.  of  John,  burgess  of  Cambridge.    B.  there.    Migrated  to 
Caius,  Oct.  1,  1578.   B.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1580-1;  M.A. 
1584.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Jan.  31,  1585-6.  R.  of  Gt  Stukely, 
Hunts.,  1587-95.  C.  of  Catworth.   R.  of  Upton,  1592.   R.  of 
Coppingford,  1592-1633.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Knoddis- 
hall,  Suffolk,  1624.   {Venn,  i.  97.) 
SCOTT,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1593-4; 

LL.B.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1600. 
SCOTT,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1628; 
B.A.  1630-1.    One  of  these  names  C.  of  Bradfleld,  Yorks., 
1635-6. 
SCOTT,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  June  ii, 
1636.    S.  of  William,  merchant.    B.  at  York.   School,  Cox- 
wold.  Matric.  1636;  B.A.  1639-40.  One  of  these  names  R.  of 
Oxburgh,  Norfolk,  1641. 
SCOTT,  WILLIAM.  B.C.L.  (Oxford)  1648;  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas, 
of  Marlow  Park,  Bucks.,  the  regicide;  'had  spent  6  years  in 
study  at  Cambridge':  probably  therefore  the  man  of  these 
names  matric.  from  Peterhouse,  1640;  'of  Norfolk.'  Fellow 
of  All  Souls,  1648.    Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1646.   Bar- 
rister-at-law,  1653.  Living  in  Holland  as  a  spy  for  the  English 
Government,  1666.  {Vis.  nf  Bucks.,  1634;  Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 
SCOTT,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  24,  1644. 
Of  London.    Matric.  1644.   Migrated  to  Peterhouse,  Nov.  7, 
1645;  Scholar,  1645-   (T.  A.  Walker,  84.) 
SCOTT,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  18, 
1665.    S.  of  George,  of  Yorkshire.    School,  Bradford  (Mr 
Cotes).  Matric.  1665.  One  of  these  names  ord.  deacon  (York) 
June,  1668.   {Peile,  i.  617.) 
SCOTT,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  25,   1669. 
S.  of  William,   yeoman.    B.  at  Costford,   Salop.    Schools, 
Oken    Strafford    (Jonathan    Jenes),    Salop    and    Arlston. 
Migrated  to  Sidney,  Oct.  7,   1671,  age  16.    Matric.  1672; 
B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676;  B.D.  1683.  Fellow  of  Sidney,  1673. 
Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  23,  1676.    V.  of  Albrighton,  Salop. 
Married,  at  Hickling,  Notts.,  to  Elizabeth  Fisher,  Apr.  23, 
1684.   Father  of  William  (1704)  and  John  (1710). 
SCOTT,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  5, 
1676-7.    B.  at  Ely,   Cambs.    School,   Ely.    Matric.   1677; 
B.A.  1680-1.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1681-2;  priest, 
Dec.  22,  1683.    Perhaps  R.  of  Boulge,  Suffolk,  1687.    R.  of 
Debach,  1688. 
SCOT,   WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from   King's,   Michs.    1690. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Peter  (1667).  B.  at  Windsor,  Berks.  Colleger 
at  Eton,  1683-9.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  May  18,  1693. 
Buried  at  CamberweU,  Surrey,  Mar.  24,  1705.    Brother  of 
Peter  (1681).   {Coll.  Top.  et  Gen.,  in.  147.) 
SCOTT,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  May  5, 
1704.     1st   s.    of   William    (1669),    B.D.,    deceased,    V.   of 
Albrighton,  Salop.   B.  there.  School,  Albrighton  (Mr  Henry 
Yeomans).    Matric.   1704;  B.A.   1707-8;   M.A.   1711-    Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  19,  1708.    Probably  C.  of  Southill,  Beds., 
1 7 10.  Brother  of  John  (1710). 
SCOTT,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Jan.  19, 
1742-3.   S.  of  John,  of  King's  Lynn,  Norfolk.  School,  Lynn 
(Mr  Pigg).    Colleger  at  Eton,  1739.    Matric.  i743;  Scholar, 
1746;  B.A.  1746-7;  M.A.  1750.    Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  6, 
1747;    priest    (Norwich)    Sept.    1750.     Assistant    morning 
preacher  at  St  Sepulchre's,  Snow  Hill,  London.    Author, 
sermons,  etc.   (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

SCOTT, .   B.A.  1523-4- 

SCOTT, .   B.D.  1524-5.   A  friar. 

SCOTT, .  B.A.  1529-30. 

SCOTT, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1583. 

SCOTT, .   Matric.  from  St  John's,  c.  1591. 

SCOTT, .   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1624. 

SCOTCHBURNE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Jan.  8,  1684-5. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1685;  B.A.  1689-90.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Dec.  18,  1692;  priest.  Mar.  8,  1695-6.  V.  of  Frant, 
Sussex,  1702-41.  Buried  there  Apr.  1,  i74i- 
SCOTCHMER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Mar.  30, 
1739.  S.  of  Thomas,  clothier,  of  Bury  St  Edmunds.  Bapt. 
there,  June  4,  1719.  School,  Bury  (Mr  Kynnesman).  Scholar, 
1739-46;  Matric.  1740;  B.A.  1742-3;  M-A.  1746.  Fellow, 
1747-8.  College  testimonial  for  deacon's  orders,  June  3, 
1743.  DiedDcc.  31, 1748,  agcd29.  M.I.  at  St  James' Church, 
Bury.   {Venn,  11.  46.) 

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ScoTHORs,  George 

SCOTHORS,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1623. 

SCOTMAN,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  i,  1726. 

S.  of  Thomas,   brewer,  of  Newmarket,  Cambs.    B.  there. 

School,  Bury  (Mr  Kynnesman).    Scholar,  1726-33;  Matric. 

1727;   B.A.   1729-30;   M.A.   1733.    Fellow,    1733-50.    Ord. 

deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  14,  1730-1;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1733. 

{Venn,  11.  25.) 
SCOTSON,   THOMAS.     Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,   c.    1594; 

B.A.  1599-1600.    Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  1604.   One 

of  these  names  of  South  MaUing,  Sussex,  gent.;  will  (P.C.C.) 

1636. 
SCOTSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  23)  at  St  John's,  May  8, 

1685.    S.   of  Thomas,   husbandman.    B.   at   Abbot    Park, 

Col  ton.  Lanes.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1685;  B.A.  1688-9; 

M.A.  1692.  Fellow,  1 69 1-9.  Taxor,  1694.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 

1693.  Ord.  priest  (Carlisle,  Litt.  dim.  from  Durham)  Mar.  20, 
1697-8. 

SCOTTON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  14,  1637. 
Of  Warwickshire.   Matric.  1637. 

SCOTTON,  JOHN.  B.Can.L.  1476-7. 

SCOTTOWE  or  SKOTTOWE,  CHARLES.  Adm.  at  Corpus 
Christi,  1721.  Of  Norfolk.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Norwich,  and 
Little  Melton.  Matric.  1721;  B..'^.  1724-5;  M..^.  1728;  B.D. 
1736.  Fellow,  1726-51.  Taxor,  1729.  Declined  the  Master- 
ship of  Corpus  Christi,  1750.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  21, 
1735.  R.  of  St  Lawrence  Pountney,  and  St  Mary  Abchurch, 
1747-9.  Preb.  of  Chichester,  1748-67.  R.  of  Rodmell, 
Sussex,  1749-67.  R.  of  Slinfold,  1760-7.  Master  of  Leicester 
Hospital,  Wanvick.  Died  Apr.  1767.  Will  (P.C.C.)  Skottowe. 
(Masters.) 

SCOTTOW,  MILES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1606.  Of  Norwich.  B.A.  1609;  M.A.  1613.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1615.  V.  of  Bengeo,  Herts.,  1623-5.  R.  of  Charlton 
St  Luke,  Kent,  1625-6.  Buried  there.  Will  proved  (Cons. 
C.  Rochester)  July  14,  1626. 

SCOTTOW,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1639.  Of  Norwich.  Of  Little  Melton,  Norfolk. 
Married  a  dau.  of  Sir  Charles  Le  Gross,  Knt.  Buried  at 
Melton,  1656.   {Masters.) 

SKOTTOWE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Aug.  24, 
1598.  S.  of  Richard,  vintner,  of  Norwich.  School,  Norwich 
(Mr  Limbard).  Matric.  1597-8;  Scholar,  1598-1605;  B.A. 
1600-1;  M.A.  1605.  Fellow,  1605-11.  R.  of  Bamby,  and 
V.  of  Mutford,  Suffolk,  1610-3.   {Venn,  i.  166.) 

SCOWN,  THOMAS.  B.Can.L.  1503-4. 

SCOYLE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
.'^ug.  17,  1510.  Of  Sudbury,  Suffolk.  Perhaps  s.  of  William 
[Scole],  baker  (will,  1526).  B.A.  1514-5;  M.A.  1518.  Fellow, 
1513.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  8,  1515-6;  priest,  1516.  R.  of 
Hadleigh,  Suffolk.  Perhaps  R.  of  moiety  of  Gamlingay, 
Cambs.,  1546-54. 

SCRAFTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  4, 

1694.  S.  of  William,  of  Trinity  Lane,  London.  B.  in  Friday 
Street,  London.  Bapt.  July  10,  1677,  at  St  Margaret  Moses. 
School,  St  Paul's.  Matric.  1695;  Scholar,  1697;  B.A.  1697-8; 
M.A.  1701.  Ord.  priest  (London)  May  31,  1702.  V.  of 
Clacton  Magna,  Essex,  1702-4.  R.  of  Paul's  Cray,  Kent, 
1704-43.  Died  Jan.  31,  1743.   M.I.  at  Paul's  Cray. 

SCRANTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1618;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept. 
20;  priest,  Sept.  21,  1623.  Probably  of  Canterbury,  and 
possibly  C.  of  St  Dunstan's,  Canterbury.  Died  June  10,  1648, 
aged  47.  Buried  in  the  Chancel  of  St  Dunstan's.  M.I. 
(H.  G.  Harrison.) 

SCRENE, .  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1460-1. 

SCRIBO,  MOOR.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  9,  1742. 
2nd  s.  of  James,  farmer,  deceased,  of  Thomey,  Cambs. 
B.  at  Tidd  St  Giles',  Cambs.  School,  Moulton,  Lines. 
(Mr  Chapman).  Matric.  1743;  B.A.  1745-6.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Dec.  1746;  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  25,  1748.  R.  of 
Croyland,  Lines.,  1767-1808.  Died  July  18,  1808. 

SCRIME,  see  also  SKYRME. 

SCRIME  or  SKRIME,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity, 
Michs.  1615;  B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621.  Perhaps  brother  of 
the  next. 

SCRIME,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1617; 

B.A.  1620. 
SKRYME,    THOMAS.     Matric.   pens,   from   Corpus   Christi, 

Easter,  1583.   Perhaps  adm.  at  Caius;  see  the  next. 
SKRYME  or  SKRYNNE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at 

Caius,  May  23,  1583.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Snettisham,  Norfolk. 

School,  Lynn  (Mr  Iverye). 

SKRYMME,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1484-5. 


Scrivener,  Charles 

SKRYMSHER,  CHARLES.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity, 

June  22,  1709.  S.  of  George  (Gerard),  M.D.,  of  Woodseaves, 

Shrops.    School,   Uttoxeter,   Staffs.   (Mr  Burton).    Matric. 

1709;  B.A.  1713-4.   {Staffs.  Pedigrees.) 
SCRYMSHERE,    GARRARD.     Matric.    pens,    from    Trinity, 

Easter,  1635.  S.  of  James,  of  Norbury,  Staffs.  Scholar,  1638; 

B.A.   1638-9;  M.D.   1661   {Lit.  Reg.).    Living  at  Norbury, 

1680.   {Staffs.  Pedigrees,  1664-1700.) 
SCRYMSHERE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Feb.  12, 1636-7. 

Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Norbury,  Staffs.,  Esq.   Adm. 

at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  18,  1639.  Died  vit.pat.  {Staffs.  Pedigrees.) 

SCRIMSHIRE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  24,  1660. 

Of  Nottinghamshire.  S.  of  John.  Bapt.  at  Cotgrave,  May  20, 

1641.    Matric.   1661,   'William';  B.A.   1663-4;  M.A.   1667. 

R.  of  Cotgrave,  1667-9.   V.  of  Sneinton,  1667-9.   Died  June 

24,  1669.  Buried  at  Cotgrave.  Perhaps  brother  of  the  next. 

(Godfrey,  Notts.) 
SCRIMSHIRE,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  29, 

1673.    Of  Nottinghamshire.    Perhaps  s.  of  John.    Matric. 

1674;  B.A.  from  King's,  1676-7;  M.A.  1680.  Perhaps  brother 

of  John  (above). 

SCRYMGEOUR,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1501-2;  M.A.  1505. 

SKRIMSHIRE,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1486-7;  M.A.  1490-1.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Norbury,  Staffs.,  1530-3,  'M.A.' 

SKRYMSHER,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse, 
Michs.  1547. 

SCRIMSHIRE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  8, 
1661.  Of  London.  Matric.  1661.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of 
William,  citizen  of  London;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  21, 
1664.   If  so,  married  Hannah  Hatley,  Sept.  i,  1673. 

SKRIMSHIRE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  ly)  at  St  John's, 
June  17,  1671,  as  Shrimsheire.  S.  of  Roger,  deceased,  of 
Holme,  Notts.   B.  there.  School,  Newark. 

SCRYMGEOUR    or    SKRIMSHIRE,    .     B.Can.L.    1494-5; 

B.Civ.L.  1496. 

SCRIVEN,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  2, 
1685.  S.  of  Edward,  blacksmith,  of  Northampton.  B.  in 
Northamptonshire.  School,  Gt  Houghton,  near  Northampton 
(Mr  Steele).  Matric.  1686;  B.A.  1689-90.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Sept.  21,  1690;  priest  (Peterb.)  May  30,  1697. 
C.  of  Harpole,  Northants.,  1692;  R.  there,  1697-1704, 1737-9. 
R.  of  Twywell,  1705-37.  Married  Sarah,  dau.  oif  Samuel 
Cory,  of  Harpole.  Died  Feb.  15,  1739.  Buried  at  Harpole. 
Will  proved,  Feb.  17,  1740-1,  by  son  Edward. 

SCRIVEN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  3, 
1683.  Only  s.  of  Thomas,  R.  of  Knotting,  Beds.  B.  there. 
Educated  at  home.  Matric.  1684;  B.A.  1687-8;  M.A.  1691. 
Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  23,  1688.  V.  of  Irchester,  North- 
ants., 1688-1705.  R.  of  Harpole,  1704-37.  V.  of  Shpton, 
1707-37.  Married  Elizabeth  Ekins,  Sept.  27,  1688,  at 
Woodford,  Northants.  Died  May  2,  1737.  Buried  at  Harpole. 
WiU,  P.C.C.  Father  of  William  (1716).   {Baker,  1.  178.) 

SCRIVEN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Mar.  17, 
1683-4.  S.  of  Samuel,  farmer.  B.  at  Northampton.  Schools, 
Northampton  (Mr  Archer  and  Mr  Jackson)  and  Houghton 
(MrStiU).  Matric.  1683-4;  B.A.  1686-7;  M.A.  1691.  Perhaps 
schoolmaster  at  St  Giles',  Northampton,  1690-2. 

SCRIVEN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  17, 
1716.  4th  s.  of  Thomas  (1683),  V.  of  Irchester,  Northants. 
B.  there,  Apr.  17,  1698.  School,  Uppingham.  Matric.  1716; 
B.A.  1719-20;  M.A.  1730.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  25, 
1720;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1722.  C.  of  Addington  parva,  North- 
ants. R.  of  Twywell,  1737-68.  Succeeded  his  father  as  V.  of 
Slipton,  Northants.,  1737.  Buried  at  Twywell,  Dec.  8,  1768. 
(T.  P.  Dorman.) 

SCRIVEN,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  King's,  1726.  S.  of  Henry, 
of  Woodford,  Northants.  B.  at  Famdon,  Woodford.  Matric. 
(Pembroke  College,  Oxford)  Mar.  4,  1717-8,  age  18;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1722.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1722;  priest, 
Sept.  22,  1723;  C.  of  Newton,  Northants.,  1722;  of  Gedding- 
ton,  in  1723;  v.,  1727-35.  R.  of  Church  Lawford,  Warws., 
1735-7.   Died  Nov.  1737.   (/I/.  0.ro».;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

SCREVIN, .   M.Gram.  1520-1. 

SCRIVENER,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 
c.  1596.  B.  at  Bridlington,  Yorks.  B.A.  1600-1;  .M.A.  1604. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1604.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely);  priest  (London) 
Oct.  3,  1606,  age  28.  V.  of  Messing,  Essex,  1606-19.  Married 
Margaret,  dau.  of  Thomas  Morris,  priest,  of  Layer  Mamey, 
Essex,  June  9,  1607.  Died  1619.  Will  proved  (Cons.  C. 
London)  Sept.  6,  1619.   Brother  of  William  (1608). 

SCRIVENER,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1675. 
4th  s.  of  Thomas  (1629),  of  Tannington,  Suffolk.  B.  Apr.  26, 
1660.  School,  Woodbridge.  Matric.  1676;  Scholar  of  Trinity 
Hall,  Aug.  9,  1679;  LL.B.  1681.  Fellow  of  Trinity  HaU  {LU. 
Reg.),  1684-90.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  20,  1689.  V.  of 


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Scrivener,  Charles 

Gazeley,  Suffolk,  1602.  R.  of  Wilby,  1699.  Married  Anne, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Wharton.  Died  Aug.  8,  1737.  Brother  of 
John  (1668),  Henry  (1681)  and  Matthew  (1677-8),  father  of 
the  next,  Edmund  (1710)  and  Thomas  (1717).  (Burke,  L.G.; 
Vis.ofSuff.,  1664.) 

scrivener,  CHARLES.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Aug. 
25,1715.  Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  Charles  (above).  B.  Nov.  1,  1694. 
School,  Woodbridge.  LL.B.  1718.  Of  Sibton,  Esq.  Married 
Margaret,  dau.  of  Francis  Bedingfield,  of  Bedingfield.  Died 
Sept.  24,  1751.  Brother  of  Edmund  (1710)  and  Thomas 
(1717).   (Burke,  L.G.) 

SCRIVENER,  EDMUND.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 

Apr.  28,  1710.    S.  of  Charles  (1675),  R.  of  Wilby,  Suffolk. 

B.  Jan.   10,  1691,   at   Gazeley.    Matric.    1710.    Brother  of 

Charles  (1715)  and  Thomas  (1717). 
SCRIVENER,  HENRY.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caiup,  June  28, 

i68i.    S.  of  Thomas  (1629),  of  Sibton,  Suffolk.    B.  there. 

School,  Bury  (Mr  Leeds).    Matric.   1681;  Scholar,  1681-5; 

M.B.  1686.   Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1687  (by  Royal  mandate). 

Recorded  in  a  list  of  non-jurors,  in  1690.  Probably  died  1690. 

Brother  of  Charles  (1675),  etc.   (Venn,  i.  467;  Vis.  of  Suff., 

1664;  KettleweU's  Lt/£.) 

SCRIVENER,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 
Apr.  24,  1668.  S.  of  Thomas  (1629).  B.  at  Sibton,  Suffolk. 
M.A.  1669  (Lit.  Reg.).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Mar.  2,  1669- 
70.  Died  1720.  Brother  of  Charles  (1675),  etc.  (Vis.  of 
Suff.,  1664.) 

SCRIVENER,  JOHN  (1751),  see  FREESTON. 

SCRIVENER,  MATTHEW.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall, 

Easter,  1573;  Scholar,  1.573;  LL.B.  1579.   Fellow,  1581-90. 
SCRIVENER,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1596; 

Scholar,  1599;  B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  from  Pembroke,  1603. 

Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1602. 

SCRIVENER,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Michs.  1639.  OfSuffolk.  S.  of  John,  of  Sibton.  B.A.  1643-4; 
M.A.  1647.  V.  of  Haslingfleld,  Cambs.,  166&-88.  Author, 
religious.  Died  c.  1688.   (D.N.B.) 

SCRIVENER,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Feb.  4, 1677-8. 
Of  Suffolk.  5th  s.  of  Thomas  (1629),  of  Sibton.  B.  July  25, 
1661.  School,  Woodbridge.  Matric.  1677-8;  Scholar,  1680; 
B.A.  1681-2;  M.A.  1685.  Fellow,  1683-8.  Died  in  College. 
Will  proved  (V.C.C.  and  P.C.C.)  1688.  Brother  of  Charles 
(1675),  etc. 

SCRYVENER,  RALPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  8, 
1611.  S.  and  h.  of  Peter,  gent.,  of  Bacton,  Norfolk.  B.  at 
Keswick,  Norfolk.  School,  North  Walsham  (Mr  Tylles). 
Matric.  1611.  Succeeded  his  father,  in  1620.  (Venn,  i.  211; 
Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 

SCRIVENER,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1631.  Scholar  from  Westminster,  1629.  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A. 
1636.   R.  of  Westhorpe,  Suffolk,  1636. 

SCRIVENER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Pembroke, 
Easter,  1629.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Sibton,  Suffolk,  Esq. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  ii,  1630.  Called  to  the  Bar, 
1638.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  William  Grudgfield,  of 
Fressingfield,  Dec.  15,  1640.  A  great  sufferer  in  the  Royal 
cause.  Died  1682  (1667,  according  to  Burke).  Buried  at 
Sibton.  Father  of  Charles  (1675),  Henry  (1681),  John  (1668) 
and  Matthew  (1677-8).   (V.  B.  Redstone;  Burke,  L.G.) 

SCRIVENER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  June  25, 
1717.  S.  of  Charles  (1675),  R.  of  Wilby,  Suffolk,  and  nephew 
of  Henry  (i68i).  B.  at  Gately,  Norfolk.  School,  Monk  Soham 
(private).  Matric.  1717;  Scholar,  1717-8.  Migrated  to 
Pembroke,  Mar.  28,  1718.  Buried  at  Sibton,  Suffolk,  Sept.  ir, 
1736.  Brother  of  Charles  (i7i5>  and  Edmund  (1710).  (Venn, 
II.  8.) 

SCRIVENER,  WILLIAM.    Scholar  of  Christ's,  1537-9;  B.A. 

1538-9- 
SCRIVENER,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1608.    B.  at  Bridlington,  Yorks.    B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616. 

Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  5,  1614-5,  age  24;  'C.  of  Elsen- 

ham,    Essex';    priest    (Lincoln)    Sept.    1616.     Brother    of 

Bartholomew  (c.  1596). 
SCROGGS,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1606. 

Probably  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Albury,  Herts.,  deceased. 

Bapt.  there,  July  6,   1591.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  24, 

1606.    Of  Patmore  Hall.    Married  Penelope,  dau.  of  John 

Smythe,  of  Bardfield,  Essex.  Will  proved  (P.C.C.)  Oct.  1622. 

(Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  5th  S.,  iii.  77.) 
SCROGGS,  JOHN.  .'\dm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  8,  1671. 

S.  and  h.  of  John.    B.  Aug.  20,   1654,  at  Albury,  Herts. 

School,  Bishop's  Stortford  (Mr  Cudworth).    Matric.    1671. 

Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  i,  1672.   Buried  at  Albury,  Jan.  8, 

1685.   Probably  father  of  Thomas  (1702).   (Peite,  11.  34.) 


ScRooPE,  Henry 

SCROGGES,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1596. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Richard,  of  St  Ives,  Hunts.,  and  of  Renhold, 
Beds.   (Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  5th  S.,  iii.  71.) 

SCROGGS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1702. 
Of  Hertfordshire.  Doubtless  s.  of  John  (1671),  of  Albury, 
Herts.  B.  1685.  Matric.  Easter,  1703.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Nov.  28,  1704.  Barrister-at-la w  (stc).  Of  Patmore 
Hall.  Died  unmarried,  July  18, 1710,  aged  25.  M.I.  in  Albury 
Church.    (Clutterbuck,  in.  338.) 

SCROGGS,  .    Adm.   Fell. -Com.  at  King's,  Lent,   1631-2. 

Possibly  John,  s.  and  h.  of  Edward  (i6o6),  of  Albury,  Herts. 
Bapt.  there,  June  25,  1612.  Of  Patmore  Hall,  Esq.  Married 
and  had  issue.  Died  June  13,  1692,  aged  80.  M.I.  at  Albury. 
Perhaps  father  of  John  (1671).  (Clutterbuck,  in.  338;  .Misc. 
Gen.  et  Her.,  5th  S.,  iii.  78.) 

SCROOBY  or  SKREWBY,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peter- 
house,  Michs.  1568;  B.A.  1571-2;  M.A.  1575;  B.D.  1582. 
Fellow,  1574.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoki)  Oct.  18,  1577.  V.  of 
Cherry  Hinton,  Cambs.,  1580-2.  V.  of  Melboum,  1582-1616. 
Buried  there  Nov.  22,  1616.  Perhaps  father  of  the  next. 
(Cooper,  II.  288.) 

SCROOBY  or  SCRUBY,  JOSEPH.  B.A.  from  Christ's.  1607-8. 
Perhaps  s.  of  James  (above).  M.A.  1611.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Feb.  25;  priest,  Feb.  26,  1615-6.  V.  of  Gt  Hormead, 
Herts.,  1619-61.  Died  before  Feb.  24,  1661.  (Peile,  i.  251; 
Clutterbuck,  iii.  421.) 

SCROPE,  ADRIAN.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  14,  1548.  Of  Hambleden,  Bucks.  Probably  5th 
s.  of  John,  of  Spennithome,  Yorks.,  and  of  Buckinghamshire. 
Matric.  1548;  B.A.  1552-3;  M.A.  1556.  Fellow,  1551-62. 
Married  Ursula,  dau.  of  George  Ludlow,  of  Hill  Deverill, 
Wilts.  Buried  at  Hambleden,  Jan.  23,  1577-8.  Will,  P.C.C. 
Brother  of  Robert  (1551).  (Lines.  Pedigrees,  862;  Foster, 
Yorks.  Pedigrees.) 

SCROOPE,  ADRIAN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1614.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  Adrian,  of  Cockerington,  Lines.,  Knt. 
Scholar;  B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1621.  Fellow,  i6i8.  Steward 
to  the  Duke  of  Lennox,  in  1634.  Married  Jane,  dau.  of 
Robert  Newcomen,  LL.D.,  at  Chesterton,  Cambs.,  Sept.  24, 
1621.  Living,  1642.   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  863.) 

SCROOPE,  ADRIAN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
May  18,  1632.  S.  andh.  of  SirGervase,  Knt.,  of  Cockerington, 
Lines.  B.  at  Dorchester.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1632; 
M.A.  1635-6  (Lit.  Reg.).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  9,  1634. 
K.B.,  1661.  M.P.  for  Grimsby,  1661-6.  A  valiant  loyalist. 
Of  Cockerington.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  Robert  Carr, 
Bart.,  of  Sleaford.  Died  1666.  Buried  at  Cockerington. 
Admon.,  Sept.  5,  1667.  To  be  distinguished  from  the  regicide 
of  these  names — a  distant  kinsman.  Father  of  Gervase  (1667). 
(D.N.B.;  Lines.  Pedigrees,  864.) 

SCROPE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Mar.  27, 
1623.  2nd  s.  of  Christopher,  Esq.,  of  Spennithome,  Yorks. 
B.  May  10,  1606,  at  Danby,  Yorks.  Schools,  Thornton 
Stewart  (Francis  Roberts)  and  Pocklington  (Richard  Crosse). 
Matric.  1623.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  Edward  Plumpton, 
of  Plumpton.  Died  s.p.,  1661.  (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665; 
Genealogist,  N.S.,  xv.  168.) 

SCROPE,  GEOFFREY.  D.Can.L.  1499-1500.  Ord.  priest  (Ely) 
Apr.  2,  1496.  R.  of  Kclshall,  Herts.,  1488-94.  R.  of  Fingall. 
One  of  these  names,  clerk,  4th  s.  of  Thomas,  5th  Lord  Scrope 
of  Masham  (d.  1475),  succeeded  his  brother  Ralph  as  gth  and 
last  Baron  Scrope  of  Masham,  1515.  Died  unmarried,  1515, 
aged  32  (sic).  (The  date  of  his  father's  death  clearly  makes 
this  impossible.)   (Fisher,  Masham;  G.E.C.) 

SCROOPE,  GERVASE.  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
Dec.  iq,  1667.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  Adrian  (1632),  Knt.,  of  Cockering- 
ton, Lines.  Died  before  1680.   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  864.) 

SCROOPE,  GERVASE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
July  2,  1733.  S.  of  Gervase,  Esq.  B.  at  Cockerington,  Lines., 
Sept.  2,  1714.  School,  Manchester  (private).  Matric.  1733; 
B.A.  1738-9.  High  Sheriff  of  Lines.,  1758.  Of  Cockerington, 
and  Eastcot  Park,  Middlesex.  Died  unmarried,  June  5 
(?  May  29),  1776.  Buried  at  Cockerington.  (Lines.  Pedigrees, 
865;  G.  Mag.) 

SCRUPPE,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1566. 

SCROOPE,  HENRY.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Emmanuel,  Lent, 
1584-5;  M.A.  1588  (fil.  nob.).  Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Henry, 
Lord  Scroope,  of  Bolton;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  12, 
1587-8.  Of  East  Greenwich,  Kent.  Died  s.p.,  Oct.  5,  1625. 
Buried  at  East  Greenwich.  Will  proved  (London)  Oct.  7, 
1625.   (Genealogist,  N.S.,  xv.  i66.) 

SCROOPE,  HENRY  Adm.  pons,  at  Clare,  Nov.  14,  1691.  Of 
London.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Adrian,  of  the  Inner  Temple. 
Matric.  1692;  B.A.  1695-6.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
May  4,  1689. 


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ScROOPE.  Ralph 

SCROPE,  RALPH.   B.A.  1474-5-   3rd  s.  of  Sir  Henry,  4_th  Lord 
Scrope.    M.A.    i477;   B.D.   and   D.D.    1479-80.     Probably 
feUow  of  Queens',  c.  i479-    Preb.  of  Lincoln    1477-1517. 
R   of  Gt  Dunmow,  Essex,  1481.   R.  of  Hambleden,  Bucks., 
ia8q     Archdeacon  of  Northumberland,   1493-1516.    Died 
Mar.  2  (?  28),  1516-7.   M.L  at  Hambleden.    (A.  B.  Beaven; 
Genealogist,  N.S.,  xv.  164.) 
SCROOPE,  RICHARD.   LL.D.   Probably  s.  of  Henry,  ist  Baron 
Scrope  of  Masham  (according  to  G.E.C.).  Chancellor  of  the 
University,  1378-9.    R.  of  Ainderby  Steeple,  Yorks.,  1367. 
Dean  of  Chichester,  c.  1383.    Bishop  of  Lichfield,  1386-98. 
.-Archbishop    of    York,    1398-1405.     Joined    the    Northern 
rebellion.    Executed  at  York,  June  8,  1405.    Buried  in  the 
Scrope  Chapel,  York  Minster.    {D.N.B.;  G.E.C.,  where  the 
vexed  question  of  his  parentage  is  examined  and  the  prob- 
ability of  his  being  a  son  of   Richard,  ist  Lord  Scrope  of 
Bolton  is  disputed.) 
SCROOP,  RICHARD.   Warden  of  King's  Hall,  1457-63-   and 
s    of  Sir   Richard,  3rd  Lord  Scrope  of  Bolton.    B.   1419. 
ChanceUor  of  the  University,  1461-2.   R.  of  Ditton,  Cambs., 
1447    'M.A.'    R.  of  Wensley,   Yorks.,   1447-68.    Dean  of 
Hastings.    Bishop  of  Carlisle,  1464-8.   Died  May  10,  1468, 
aged  49.  Buried  in  Carlisle  Cathedral.  Will,  York. 
SCROOPE,  RICHARD.   'B.A.  of  Trinity';  ord.  deacon  (York) 
Sept.  19, 1675 ;  priest.  May  21, 1676.  R.  of  Thornton  WaUass, 
Yorks.,  1679-96.   Died  1696. 
SCROUPE,  ROBERT.   Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  22,  1551.   Of  Hambleden,  Bucks.  S.  of  John,  of 
Spennithome,  Yorks.,  and  of  Buc'ninghamshire.  B.A.  1555-6; 
M  A    1559.    Fellow,  1554-60.    Student  of  law  at  Lincom  s 
Inn.    Buried  at  Hambleden,  May  10,  1598-9-    Will,  P.C.C. 
Brother  of  Adrian  (1548).   {Lines.  Pedigrees,  862.) 
SCROOPE,  STEPHEN  LE.   LL.D.  S.  of  Sir  Stephen,  2ud  Baron 
Scrope.    Chancellor    of    the    University,     1414-     Preb.    of 
Lichfield,   1396-1400.   Preb.  of  York,   1400-2.   Archdeacon 
of    Richmond,    1400-18.     Preb.   of    Ripon,    1401.     R.    of 
Hornby,   and    R.  of   Langhame,   Carmarthen,   1401.   Died 
Sept.  5,  1418.  Buried  in  St  Stephen's  Chapel,  York  Minster. 
M.I.   (G.E.C.) 

SCROOPE, .  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  1567-8. 

SCRUBY,  see  SCROOBY. 

SCRUDDYL, .  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1520-1. 

SCRUTON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  June  5,  1674- 
B  at  Scruton,  Yorks.  School,  Bishop  Weannouth  (Mr 
Broughton).  Matric.  1674;  B.-A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1681.  Ord. 
deacon  (Durham)  June  5,  1680;  priest  (York)  Sept.  1682. 
R.  of  Dinsdale  and  Middleton  St  George,  Durham,  1690-3. 
{Peile,  II.  53.) 
SCRUTON,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Sx  John's,  Easter, 

1618;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625. 
SCRUTTON,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke, 
July  6,  1619.    S.  of  William,  of  Walton,  SuSolk.    Matric. 
1619;  Scholar,  1622;  B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626. 
SCUDAMORE,  HUGH.    Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  23, 
1608.   4th  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Overton,  Yorks.   Bapt.  Jan.  17, 
1593-4,  at  Holy  Trinity,  Goodramgate,  York.  Matric.  1608; 
B.A.  1611-2;  M.A.  1615.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  July  23; 
priest,  July  24,  1619.    Probably  R.  of  Skelton,  York,  1619. 
R.  of  Holtby,  Yorks.,  1632.    Married  Alice,  dau.  of  Henry 
Watkinson,  of  Ilkley.   Died  May  1,  1665,  aged  71-    {Vis.  of 
Yorks.,  1612;  Due.  Lead.,  36.) 
SCUDAMORE,  HUGH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 

1609  (probably  the  above). 
SCUDAMORE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  1596-7;  B.A.  1603-4. 
SCUDAMORE,    JOHN.     Matric.   sizar  from   Sx   Caiharine's, 

Michs.  1654. 
SCUDAMORE,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  14)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  27,  1701.  3rd  s.  of  John,  2nd  Viscount  Scudamore  of 
Sligo.  B.  at  Holme  Lacy,  Hereford.  School,  Westminster. 
Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Oct.  21,  1700.  Of  Cradock,  Esq. 
Died  unmarried,  Feb.  1713-4,  aged  27  Buried  at  Holme 
Lacy.  {G.E.C.) 
SCUDAMORE,  SAMUEL.  B.A.  1635  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
S.  of  WUliam,  of  St  Swithin,  London,  gent.  Matric.  (New 
Inn  Hall,  Oxford)  Nov.  4,  1631,  age  21;  B.A.  1634.  V.  of 
Epsom,  Surrey,  1637.  R.  of  Byifleet,  1647-62,  ejected. 
Perhaps  his  admon.  (P.C.C.)  Feb.  20,  1672;  of  Chertsey. 
{Al  Oxon.) 

SCUDAMORE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  27, 
1646.  Of  Hertfordshire  (?  Hereford).  One  of  these  names 
3rd  s.  of  John,  of  Kentchurch  and  Rowlstone,  Herefordshire. 
Buried  at  St  Peter's,  Oxford,  Aug.  9,  1647,  aged  20. 
{Robinson,  156.) 


Seagrave,  John 

SCUDAMORE,   .    Adm.   pens,   at   Peterhouse,    1605-6. 

Probably  John,  2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Overton,  Yorks.  Bapt. 
June  27,  1590,  at  Holy  Trinity,  York.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of 
William  Bourchier,  June  17,  1620.  Probably  brother  of 
Hugh  (160S)  and  of  the  next.   (T.  A.  Walker.) 

SCUDAMORE,    .     Adm.   pens,    at    Peterhouse,    1605-6. 

Probably  William,  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Overton,  Yorks. 
Bapt.  Feb.  18,  1588-9,  at  St  Michael-le-Belfry,  York.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  21,  1608.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
William  Bourchier.  Died  Apr.  4,  1661.  Probably  brother 
of  Hugh  (1608)  and  John  (1605-6).   {T.  A.  Walker.) 

SCUDAMORE,  .   Adm.  pens,  at  Sx  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1658. 
SCWDDER,  HENRY.  B.A.  (?  1602-3);  M.A.  ^o™  Christ's,  1606. 
R.  of  Drayton,  Oxford.  R.  of  Collingboume  Ducis,  Wilts., 
1633.  Preached  before  the  House  of  Commons  a  memorable 
sermon,  Oct.  1644.  Held  presbyterian  views.  Minister  at 
St  Mildred  Poultry,  London,  1645-6.  A  member  of  the 
committee  for  the  Scriptures,  1648.  Author,  rehgious. 
Buried  at  Collingboume.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1652.  {Peile,  i.  233; 
D.N.B.) 
SCULTHORPE,  MARTIN.   'D.D.  from  Cambridge."  Of  Norfolk. 

Carmelite  friar  at  Blakeney.   Died  c.  1430.   {Pits,  621.) 
SCULTHORP,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1564. 
SCURFIELD,  GODARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1626.    Of  Hertfordshire.    Probably  s.  of  John  (next).    B.A. 
1629-30;  M.A.  1633.    R.  of  Holwell,  Beds.,  1637.    Licence 
(St  Albans)  to  marry  Frances,  dau.  of  Edmund  Brokett,  of 
Gravely.   Buried  at  HolweU,  Oct.  19,  i685.   (W.  M.  Noble.) 
SCURFEYLD,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1570; 
B.A.  from  Christ's,  1575-6.    Ord.  priest  (London)  Nov.  29, 
1578.   Chaplain  to  Sir  Ralph  Sadler.    R.  of  Little  Shelford, 
Cambs.,  1580-1600.    R.  of  Hertingfordbury,  Herts.,  1584- 
1601.   Probably  father  of  Godard  (above).   {Peile,  i.  121.) 
SCURLOCK,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  5,  1673- 
Matric.  1673.    Probably  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Caimarthen, 
alderman;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  29,  1675. 
SCURR  or  SKURRE,  LEONARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney, 
June  25,  1644.  S.  of  John,  brewer.  B.  at  Pontefract,  Yorks. 
Schools,  Pontefract  and  Coxwold.   Matric.  1644;  B.A.  1647; 
M.A.   1652.    Assistant  minister  at  Beeston,  Yorks.,   1651; 
ejected,  1662.    Undertook  the  management  of  a  coal  mine 
near  Beeston,  where  he,  his  mother  and  a  servant  were 
murdered,  Jan.  22,  1680.  {Calamy,  11.  555;  Whitaker,  Loidis 
and  Elmele,  95,  102.) 
SCUTT,  JOHN.  B.A.  1562-3. 
SCUT  or  SKUT,  ROBERT,  alias  EXWORTH.   B.Can.L.  1463-4- 

A  monk. 
SEABORNE,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  12, 
1669.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  clothier,  of  Dedham,  Essex.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Ipswich  and  Dedham  (Mr  Edmund  Sherman). 
Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Ord.  deacon  (Nor- 
wich) Mar.  1673-4;  priest,  Sept.  1677.  R.  of  Little  Oakley, 
Essex,  1684-1706.  Died  1706. 
SEABORNE,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  20, 
1685.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  W>Tnondham,  Norfolk. 

B.  there.  School,  Wymondham.  Matric.  1685;  Scholar, 
1685-90;  B.A.  1688-9.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  24, 
1687.  Died  in  London,  July  2,  1691,  aged  23.  Buried  at 
Wymondham.   M.I.   {Venn,  i.  478.) 

SEABORNE  or  SEBBORN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from 
Christ's,  Michs.  1620.  Migrated  to  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1621. 
B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.    Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  3,  1632. 

C.  of  Langham,  Essex,  1634,  afterwards  R.  there,  till  1669. 
Died  1669.   WiU,  P.C.C.   {Peile,  1.  336;  H.  Smith.) 

SEABROOKE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  May  24, 
1676.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Knotting,  Beds.  School,  Knotting 
(MrScriven).  Matric.  1676;  B.A.  1679-80. 

SEAGAR,  see  also  SAGAR. 

SEAGAR  or  SEGER,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus 
Christi,  Michs.  1626.  Of  Sussex.  B.A.  1629-30.  Perhaps 
of  Hastings,  Sussex,  clerk;  if  so,  married  Theodosia,  dau.  of 
Richard  Stollion,  of  Hastings,  Apr.  9,  1634. 

SEAGAR  or  SIGAR,  HENRY.   B.A.  1486-7;  M.A.  1491. 
SEAGAR,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1685; 
B.A.  It" 


SEAGAR  or  SEYGAR, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1544. 

SEAGRAVE,  CHARLES.  M.A.  1615  (on  King's  visit).  Perhaps 
2nd  s.  of  Ralph,  of  Scalford,  Leics.  (and  Margaret  Duffield, 
of  Devonshire).  If  so,  married  Alice,  dau.  of  John  Flower, 
of  Whitwell,  Rutland.   {Nichols,  11.  314-) 

SEGRAVE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1622. 


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Seagrave,  Richard 

SEGRAVE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1566. 

SEAGRAVE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Christ's, 
Apr.  19,  1637.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Grantham.  Schools, 
Grantham  (Mr  Wilkinson)  and  Lincohi  (Mr  Clearke).  Matric. 
1637. 

SEAGRAVE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Nov.  8,  1710. 
S.  of  Robert,  V.  of  Twyford,  Leics.  B.  there,  Nov.  22,  1693. 
School,  Oakham.  Matric.  1711;  B.A.  1714-5;  M.-'V.  1718. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  26,  1715-6.  R.  of  Cold  Overton, 
Leics.,  1720-6.  Acted  as  an  extra-parochial  clergyman  and 
preached  in  many  places.  Joined  the  O.xford  Methodist 
movement.  Preacher  at  Lorimer's  Hall,  Cripplegate,  London, 
1739.  Wrote  hymns  and  religious  works.  Probably  died 
1760.  Brother  of  the  next.   {D.N.B.) 

SEAGRAVE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Feb.  18,  1718-9. 
S.  of  Robert,  V.  of  Twyford,  Leics.  B.  there.  Matric.  1719; 
B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1727.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1728.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  10,  1722-3.  Perhaps  of  Whatcott, 
Warws.,  clerk.  Brother  of  Robert  (above). 

SEGRAVE,  STEPHEN  DE.  D.Can.L.  ChanceUor  of  the  Uni- 
versity, 1306-7  (?  1303-6,  according  to  Le  Neve,  Fasti). 
R.  of  Aylestone,  Leics.,  1297-1320.  R.  of  Stowe,  Northants., 
1300-1S  (the  seat  of  his  kinsman  Nicholas  de  Segrave). 
Dean  of  Glasgow  and  canon  of  Dunkeld,  c.  1309.  Archdeacon 
of  Essex,  1315-9.  V.  of  Stepney,  London,  1315.  Canon  of 
Lincoln,  c.  1318.  Dean  of  Lichfield,  1320-3.  Canon  of  St 
Paul's.  Archbishop  of  Armagh,  1323-33.  Died  in  England, 
Oct.  27,  1333.   (D.N.B.;  Nichols,  iv.  30.) 

SEAGRAVE,  SIGRAVE  or  SYGRAW,  WILLIAM.  Of  Corpus 
Christi.  B.A.  1520-1;  M.A.  1524.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1553. 

SIGRAVE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1552;  M.A. 
1556.  Presented  to  Grantchester,  Cambs.,  1554.  Died  1556. 
{Masters.) 

SEGRAVE, .   B.A.  1483-4.    Perhaps  John,  V.  of  Croydon, 

Cambs.,  till  1496.  Died  1496. 

SEAGROVE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Oct.  14,  1S89. 
Of  Hampshire.  Matric.  1689;  B.A.  1693-4.  Chaplain  in  the 
Navy,  1695. 

SEALE,  DAVID.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  3,  1693. 
Of  Derbyshire.  Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1696-7. 

SEELE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  10,  1580. 
S.  of  Abraham,  of  Newark-upon-Trent,  Notts.  School, 
Newark.  B.A.  IJ83-4;  M.A.  1587.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Mar.  2,  1585-6.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Bolton-nigh- 
BoUand,  Yorks.,  1584;  R.  of  Burton  Agnes,  1602.  But  see 
Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary.   {Venn,  i.  107.) 

SEELE  or  SELL,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1609. 

SEALE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  24,  1717.  Of 
Derbyshire.  B.  1700.  School,  Derby.  Matric.  1717;  B.A. 
1720-1;  M.A.  1724.  V.  of  Redmersham,  Kent,  1722-51. 
Chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1742.  V.  of  St  Werburgh  and  St 
Michael,  Derby,  1751-74.  Chaplain  of  the  gaol.  Died  May  21, 
1774-  M.I.  at  St  Werburgh.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1775. 

SEELE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Lent,  1577-8. 
Perhaps  ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  1586;  'of  Lincoln 
diocese.'  V.  of  Kirmond,  Lines.,  1592-1610.  Will  (Lincoln) 
1610. 

SEALE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  4, 
1661.  S.  of  Gregory.  B.  at  Mackworth,  Derbs.  School, 
Mackworth  (Mr  Sam.  Ogden).   Matric.  1661. 

SEEL,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  2, 
1727-8.  Of  Liverpool.  Doubtless  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Liverpool, 
merchant.  Matric.  1727-8.  Probably  of  Liverpool,  merchant. 
Admon.  (Chester)  1747. 

SEAMAN,  AUGUSTINE.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Oct.  3, 

1639.    S.  of  Lionel,  attorney,  of  Ellough,  Suffolk.    Bapt. 

there,    Dec.    30,    1623.     Schools,    Cove    (Mr   Rayner)    and 

Ipswich   (Mr  Holt).    Matric.   1640;  Scholar,   1640-4;   B.A. 

1643-4.    {Venn,  i.  336.) 
SEAMAN,  CHARLES.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  July  5,  1683. 

Of  Lincolnshire.    Probably  b.  in  London.   Colleger  at  Eton, 

1679-83.   Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1686-7. 
SEAMAN,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  scholar  at  Caius,  1619.  S.  of 

Robert,  of  Norfolk.    School,  North  Walsham   (Mr  Tilles). 

Matric.  1619;  B.A.   1622-3;  M.A.   1626.    Fellow,   1628-34. 

Ord.   priest   (Norwich)   Sept.    23,    1627.     R.   of   Sengham, 

Norfolk,  1637-49;  of  Tattersett,  1637,  and  of  Little  Snoring, 

1640-71.   {Venn,  i.  246.) 
SEAMAN,  CHRISTOPHER.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  22, 

1663.    B.  Mar.  8,  1644.    Matric.  1663;  B.A.  1666-7;  M.A. 

1670.   R.  of  Wiverton  and  of  Little  Snoring,  Norfolk,  1671- 

1717.    Died  Dec.  24,  I7i7-    Buried  at  Wiverton.    (H.  G. 

Harrison.) 


Seaman,  Robert 

SEAMAN,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  5,  1675. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Nathaniel  (1639).  Matric.  1676;  B.A.  1678-9. 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1676). 

SEAMAN,  DUTTON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  26, 
1683-4.  S.  and  h.  of  Dutton,  of  Gray's  Inn,  gent.  B.  in 
London.  School,  St  Paul's.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
Nov.  3,  1685.  Of  Rotherby,  Leics.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of 
John  Nourse,  of  Woodeaton,  Oxon.  Died  Apr.  10,  1720, 
aged  53.  Buried  at  Rotherby.  M.I.   {Nichols,  in.  397,  400.) 

SEAMAN,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1626.  Of  Suffolk.  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631.  Ord. 
priest  (Norwich)  May  24,  1635.  V.  of  Thrandeston,  Suffolk, 
1637.   R.  of  Wortham  Jarvis,  1637-44.  Died  1644. 

SEMAN,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Lent,  1582-3. 
Perhaps  scholar  of  Trinity  Hall,  1584. 

SEAMAN,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs, 
1602.   Of  Suffolk.   B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609. 

SEMAN,  H.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Michs.  1561. 

SEMAN,  JOHN.  Fellow  of  Trinity  Hall.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Feb.  28;  priest,  Mar.  12,  1439-40. 

SEAMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Aug.  16,  1546.  Of  Tring,  Herts.  Matric.  1546;  B.A.  1550-1; 
M.A.  1554.  Fellow,  1549-54.  Perhaps  R.  of  Tibenham, 
Norfolk,  1558,  and  R.  of  Flordon,  1561.  One  of  these  names 
R.  of  Little  Moulton,  1566.   {Cooper,  i.  104.) 

SEAMAN,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1579. 
Of  Essex.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Chelmsford, 
woollendraper,  and  afterwards  of  Panfield  Priorv,  Essex. 
B.A.  1582-3;  M.A.  1586.  FeUow,  1583-94.  Taxor,  1588-9. 
Perhaps  identical  with  John  Seaman,  LL.D.,  Chancellor  of 
the  diocese  of  Gloucester,  1600-23.  If  so,  succeeded  his 
father  at  Panfield  Priory,  1604.  Married  and  had  issue. 
Died  June  29,  1623,  aged  59.  Buried  at  Painswick,  Gloucs. 
M.I.   {Morant,  11.  408;  Rudder,  Gloucs.,  163.) 

SEEMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  July  4,  1622. 
S.  of  Christopher,  grocer,  of  Holt,  Norfolk.  School,  Holt 
(Mr  Tallis).  Matric.  1623;  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  May  20;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1627.  R.  of 
Billockby,  Norfolk,  1631-73.  WiU  proved  (Norwich  Archd.  C.) 
1673.   {Venn,  1.  259.) 

SEAMAN,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1624. 
Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631. 

SEAMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  1699.  Of 
Norfolk.  Matric.  1699;  B.A.  1702-3;  M.A.  1706.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  June,  1707;  priest  (Norwich,  Litt.  dim.  from 
Canterbury)  Dec.  1708.  C.  of  Appledore,  Kent,  1707-9.  R. 
of  Knapton,  Norfolk,  1709.  Died  July  10,  1759.   (G.  Mag.) 

SEAMAN,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Peterhouse, 
May  1,  1652.  Of  Sussex.  S.  of  Lazarus  (below),  Master  of 
Peterhouse.  School,  Hertford.  Matric.  1652;  Scholar,  1655; 
B.A.  1655;  M.A.  1659.  Fellow,  1657  (his  father  procuring  a 
mandate:  not  acknowledged  bv  the  Society).  (T.  A.  Walker, 
99-) 

SEAMAN,  LAZARUS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Easter, 
1623.  B.  in  Leicester.  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631;  D.D.  from 
Peterhouse,  1649.  Master  of  Peterhouse,  1644-60.  Vice- 
Chancellor,  1653-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  12,  1627-8. 
Lecturer  at  St  Martin's,  Ludgate,  London.  Chaplain  to 
.A.lgemon  Percy,  Earl  of  Northumberland.  R.  of  All  Hallows, 
Bread  Street,  London,  1642-62.  One  of  the  Westminster 
Assembly,  1643,  and  a  Parliamentary  Trier,  1645.  President 
of  Sion  College,  1651-3.  Author,  sermons,  etc.  Died  Sept. 
1675.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1676.  His  library  sold  by  Cooper,  in 
1676;  the  earliest  sale  of  which  a  catalogue  has  been  pre- 
served. Father  of  Joseph  (1652).  (R.  South;  D.N.B.;  Emm. 
Coll.  Hist.,  69.) 

SEAMAN,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  19,  1639.  S.  of  Nathaniel,  draper,  of  Chelmsford, 
deceased.  B.  there.  School,  Chelmsford.  Matric.  1639; 
B.A.  1642-3;  M.A.  1646.  Usher  at  Ipswich  Grammar  School, 
1645.  Head  Master  of  Colchester,  1648-57.  Ord.  priest 
(Bishop  of  Ardfort)  May  lo,  1660.  R.  of  West  Bergholt, 
Essex,  1658-79.  Died  July  8,  1679.  Will,  P.C.C.  Father  of 
Thomas  (1676)  and  Daniel  (1675)- 

SEAMAN,  PAUL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  17,  1591.  Of 
Essex.  Possibly  s.  of  John,  of  Chelmsford,  Essex,  and  of 
Panfield  Priory.  Matric.  c.  1592.  One  of  these  names  of 
East  Kirby,  Lines.,  clerk.  Will  (Lincoln)  1606.  Possibly 
brother  of  John  (1579)- 

SEAMAN,  PAUL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  24,  1646. 
Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1646.  Adm.  extra-licentiate,  R.C.P., 
Apr.  22,  1664,  as  B.A.  of  Emmanuel,  practising  at  Colchester. 
(Munk,  I.  314.) 

SEMAN,  ROBERT.  Licensed  to  practise  surgery,  1541-2- 

SEMAN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1586 
Of  Suffolk.   Matric.  pens.  1586;  B.A.  1589-90;  M.A.  1593. 


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Seaman,  Robert 

SEAMAN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1589,  as 
'William.'  Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1589;  B.A.  159^-3;  M.A. 
1596.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1601.  Perhaps  ord.  priest  (London) 
Apr.  25,  1596;  V.  of  Carlton  Colville,  Suffolk,  1596;  signs 
there  1650,  as  'aged.'  One  of  these  names  of  Rame,  Com- 
waU,  clerk.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1647.   (A  I.  Oxon.) 

SEMAN,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jfsus,  Nov.  14,  1648.  Of 
Suffolk.  Matric.  1648-9;  Scholar,  1649;  B.A.  1652. 

SEAMAN,  SIMON.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter.  1588; 
B.A.  1591-2;  M.A.  1595.  V.  of  Bredgar,  Kent,  1595-1622. 

SEMAN,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1513-4;  B.Civ.L.  1517-8.  FeUow  of 
Jesus,  1518.  R.  of  Winfarthing,  Norfolk,  1523-35.  Probably 
R.  of  Framlingham,  Suffolk,  1536-45-  Perhaps  V.  of  Wick- 
ham  Market,  Oct.  8,  1555;  there  in  1558. 

SEAMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Mar.  4, 
1589-90.  S.  of  William,  of  Tibenham,  Norfolk.  School, 
Tibenham.  Matric.  c.  1590;  Scholar,  1590-7;  B.A.  1593-4; 
M.A.  1597.  A  Mr  Seaman  was  C.  of  Shelley,  Suffolk,  in  1603. 

SEAMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  July  4, 
1676.  S.  of  Nathaniel  (1639),  R.  of  East  Bergholt,  Suffolk. 
B.  there.  School,  Felsted.   Brother  of  Daniel  (1675)- 

SEAMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  7, 
1710;  afterwards  Fell. -Com.  S.  of  Peter,  alderman  of 
Norwich.  B.  there.  Schools,  Nonnch  (private)  and  Reepham 
(Mr  Robinson).  Matric.  1710.  Died  Ocl.  13,  17^4,  aged  31. 
M.L  at  Heigham.   {Venn,  1.  523.) 

SEAMAN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  22, 
1647.  S.  of  Thomas,  doctor  ('medicus'),  of  Wymondham, 
Norfolk.  Schools,  Hingham  (Mr  Alden)  and  Wymondham 
(Mr  Matthews).  Matric.  1647;  M.D.  1676  {Lit.  Reg.).  Adm. 
at  Leyden,  May  20,  1671.  To  be  distinguished  from  the 
orientalist  of  these  names  for  whom  see  A  I.  Oxon.  and  D.N.B. 

SEAMAN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  John's,  July  5,  1669. 

SEEMAN, .   Incorp.  in  Canon  Law,  1495-6. 

SEMAN, .  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1562. 

SEAR,  see  also  SAYER. 

SEAR,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  19, 
1716-7.  S.  of  Richard  (?  R.  of  Homsey,  and  afterwards  R.  of 
St  Alban,  Wood  Street,  1711-43),  of  London.  School, 
Charterhouse.  Scholar,  1718;  Matric.  1720.  Perhaps  ord. 
priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  23,  1722,  'B.A.' 

SEAR  or  SERES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Mar.  29, 
1596.  Of  London.  (Possibly  one  of  the  family  of  Stationers 
of  whom  the  head  was  William  Seres,  long  Master  of  the 
Stationers'  Company  and  living  in  1584.)  Perhaps  'of  Bark- 
ing, Essex,  gent';  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  26,  1602.  One 
of  these  names  of  St  Leonard,  Shoredatch,  Middlesex;  will 
(P.C.C.)  1607  (alludes  to  his  late  nephew  William  Seres, 
deceased).   {Towneley  MSS.) 

SEARANK,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1633; 
B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640. 

SERANCKE,  ROOKWOOD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity, 
May  28,  1698.  S.  of  Thomas  (below),  R.  of  Ashley,  Cambs. 
School,  Bury  St  Edmunds  (Mr  Leeds).  Matric.  1699;  B.A. 
1701-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  23,  1703.  R.  of  Roydon, 
Norfolk,  1709. 

SERANCKE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  15,  1671. 
School,  Westminster.  Scholar,  1672;  Matric.  1674-5;  B.A. 
1674-5;  M..-^.  1678.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Dec.  23,  1677. 
R.  of  Ashley,  Cambs.,  1682-1730.  R.  of  Cheveley,  1703-30. 
Died  1730.   Father  of  Rookwood  (above). 

SEARLE  or  SERLE,  ALEXANDER.  LL.B.  from  Trinity  Hall, 
1605.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1605.  King's  proctor  in  the 
ecclesiastical  courts,  1604;  receiver  of  fines  in  ecclesiastical 
matters,  1608.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  13,  1612.  Will 
(P.C.C);  of  St  Mary  Magdalen,  Old  Fish  Street.  {Cooper, 
II.  530;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SEARLE,  ANDREW.  .'\dm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse, 
Nov.  18,  1712.  Of  Essex.  S.  and  h.  of  Andrew,  of  Chambers, 
Epping,  Essex.  School,  Felsted.  Scholar,  1712;  Matric.  1713; 
B.A.  1716-7.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  28,  1715. 
Called  to  the  Bar,  1721.  Of  Chambers,  in  Epping.  Married 
Anne,  dau.  of  Henry  BeadeU,  of  London.  Drowned,  Nov.  25, 
1762.   (J.  Sargeaunt;  G.  Mag.;  H.  A.  C.  Sturgess.) 

SEARLE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  Trinity,  a  scholar  from  West- 
minster, 1605;  B.A.  1608-9;  M.A.  1612.  FeUow,  1610. 

SEARLE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  18, 
1628-9.  S.  of  Edward.  B.  at  Potsgrove,  Beds.  School, 
Bishop's  Stortford.   Matric.  1629. 

SEARLE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i6)  at  Magdalene,  July  8, 
1712.  S.  of  William  (?  1690-1),  clerk.  B.  at  Ramsey,  Hunts. 
School,  Ramsey.  Matric.  1713-4;  B.A.  1716-7;  M.A.  1720. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  17, 1716-7;  priest.  Mar.  9, 1717-8. 
V.  of  Bawdsey,  Suffolk,  1727.   Brother  of  Radcliff  (1707). 


Searle,  William 

SEARLE,  HENRY.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Oct.  27, 

1632.  S.  of  Brian,  schoolmaster,  of  Hemmington,  Northants. 

B.  at  Gt  Gidding,  Hunts.   Matric.  1633;  B.A.  163&-7;  M.A. 

1640.    Probably  intruded  R.  of  St  Michael  Royal,  London, 

1643-7.  R.  of  Cranford,  Northants.  (intruder) ;  ejected,  1662. 

V.  of  .Mdeburgh,  Suffolk,  1649.    Father  of  Samuel  (1663). 

{Calamy,  11.  218.) 
SERLE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1544. 
SEARLE,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 

1550. 
SEARLE,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  26,   1599. 

Licensed    to   practise  surgery,    1607.    Author,   Ephemeris, 

ibog-iy.   {Cooper,  11.  530.) 
SEARLE  or  SEARLES,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius, 

May  20,  1687.    S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  North  Weald,  Essex. 

B.   there.    School,   North   Weald.    Matric.    1687;   Scholar, 

1687-94;  B.A.  1690-1;  M.A.  1694;  D.D.  1706.  FeUow,  1694- 

1702.    Moderator,  1695.    Usher  of  the   Perse  School,  1692. 

Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  3,  1694;  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  1695. 

University  preacher,   1696.    R.  of  Willingale  Doe,   Essex, 

1700.     R.   of   North   Weald,    1706.    Married  Judith,   dau. 

of   Francis   Hervey   Mildmay,   Esq.,   of   Marks,    Romford, 

Dec.  17,  1706.    Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London)  May  12,  1715- 

Probably  father  of  the  next.   (Venn,  i.  483.) 

SEARL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  6,  1724- 
S.  of  J.  (?  above),  clerk,  of  Essex.  School,  Felsted.  Matric. 
1724; B.A.  1728-9. 

SEARLE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  8,  1743-4-    Of 

Huntingdonshire.  S.  of ,  clerk,  deceased.  Matric.  i744; 

Rustat  Scholar,  1744;  B.A.  1747-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar. 
12,  1749-50;  priest,  May  24,  1752.  C.  of  Chatteris,  Cambs., 
1750.  V.  of  Buckden,  Hunts.,  1773-9-  Preb.  of  Lincoto, 
1773-9.  Died  1779. 

SEARLE,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1608. 
B.  at  Epping,  Essex.  Scholar,  1611;  B.A.  1611-2;  M.A. 
1615;  B.D.  1628.  Created  D.D.  (Oxford)  1661.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Mar.  16,  1616-7,  age  24;  priest,  June  15,  1617;  C. 
of  Theydon  Bois,  Essex.  R.  of  Bobbingworth,  1628; 
sequestered,  but  restored,  1662.  R.  of  Widdington,  1637-78. 
Married  Eliz.  Wetherill  at  St  Leonard's,  Shoreditch,  May  10, 
1628.   Died  1678.   (^/.  Oxon.;  H.Smith;  H.  B.Swanzy.) 

SEARLE,  PHILIP.  LL.B.  from  St  Catharine's,  1641.  Possibly 
s.  of  Philip,  of  Honiton,  Devon.  If  so,  matric.  (Exeter 
College,  Oxford)  Apr.  8,  1636,  age  16.  One  of  these  names 
of  Wbimple,  Devon,  clerk.   Will  (Exeter)  1676. 

SEARLE,  RADCLIFF.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Magdalene, 
June  12,  1707.  S.  of  William  (?  1690-1),  clerk,  R.  of  Denton, 
Hunts.  B.  at  Ramsey,  Hunts.  School,  Ramsey.  Matric. 
1708;  B.A.  1710-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1711-2; 
priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  19,  1713.  C.  at  Denton,  in  1711.  R.  of 
Thoresway,  Lines.,  1718.  Brother  of  George  (1712). 

SEARLE,  REGINALD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Mar. 
1584-5;  B.A.  1588-9;  M.A.  1592. 

SEARLE,  RICHARD.  M.A.  1634  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Devon,  pleb.  Matric.  (Q\ieen's  College,  Oxford)  Nov.  21, 
1628,  age  18;  B.A.  (Exeter  College,  Oxford)  1629-30;  M.A. 
1632.  R.  of  Denbury,  Devon,  1642.  R.  of  Whimple.  Died 
before  Dec.  20,  1645.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SEARLE,  ROGER.  Of  Christ's.   B.A.  1531-2;  M.A.  1535. 

SEARLE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  Nov.  ii, 
1663.  1st  s.  of  Henry  (1632),  clerk.  B.  at  Aldeburgh,  Suffolk. 
School,  Strixton,  Northants.  (Mr  Farrow).  Matric.  1664; 
B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.  Schoolmaster  of  Tichmarsh, 
Northants.,  1671.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  19,  1675. 

SEARLE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Trinity,  c.  1602.  Of  Essex. 
Migrated  to  Corpus  Christi,  1606.  B.A.  1606-7;  M.A.  1610. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  20,  1607;  priest,  Dec.  17,  1608. 
V.  of  Gt  Totham,  Essex,  1608-16. 

SEARLE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1612; 
B.A.  1614-5;  M.A.  1618.   Perhaps  preb.  of  York,  1630-3. 

SEARLES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  17, 
1625.  S.  of  Thomas,  weaver,  of  Aylsham,  Norfolk.  School, 
Aylsham  (Mr  Knowles).  Matric.  1625;  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A. 
1632.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  25,  1631;  'C.  of  Beeston 
St  Lawrence.'  Licensed  C.  and  schoolmaster  at  Tuttington, 
Norfolk,  1633.  V.  of  Tuttington,  1636.   {Venn,  1.  271.) 

SEARLE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Jan.  12,  i69c^-i. 
Of  Ireland.  S.  of  George,  of  Dublin.  B.  at  Cambridge. 
(.'\dm.  at  Trinity  College,  Dublin,  Oct.  13,  1685.)  Matric. 
1690;  B.A.  1690-1.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Mar.  1690-1. 
Master  of  Scarborough  Grammar  School,  1690.  C.  of  Scar- 
borough, 1690.  P.C.  of  Ramsey,  Himts.,  1701-33.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Denton,  1712-33.  Buried  at  Ramsey,  June  2,  1733. 
Probably  father  of  George  (1712)  and  Radcliff  (1707)-  {Al. 
Dublin.) 

38 


Searson,  John 

SEARSON,  see  also  SARSON. 

SEARSON  or  SEASON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i8)  at  St  John's, 
May  9,  1655.  S.  of  Christopher,  baker,  of  Lincoln.  B.  there. 
School,  Nottingham  (Mr  Leeke).  Matric.  1655.  Buned  at 
All  Saints',  Cambridge,  Nov.  11,  1658.  WiU  proved  (P.C.C.) 
Feb.  II,  1658-9. 
SEARSON,  JOHN.    .4dm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  3,  i734- 

Of  Suffolk.  School,  Ipswich.   Matric.  1734;  B.A.  1737-8. 
SEATH,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1548- 
SEATON  or  SETON,  GEORGE.   Fellow  of  St  John's,  1620  (by 
Royal  mandate).    B.D.  from  St  John's,   1626  {Lit.  Reg.). 
A  Scotchman;  probably  D.D.  of  Edinburgh;  M.A.  (Edin- 
burgh) 1618.   V.  of  Kingston,  Surrey,  1626-31.   Perhaps  R. 
of  Bushey,  Herts.,  1631-42. 
SEATON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1627; 

B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634. 

SEATON,  JAMES.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Jan.  16, 

1665-6.   2nd  s.  of  James,  merchant.   B.  at  Stamford,  Lines. 

Schools,  Stamford  (Mr  Hermon)  and  Oakham.  Matric.  1667; 

B.A.  1669-70:  M.A.  1674.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  29, 

1670. 

SEATON,  JAMES.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  16,  1671. 

Of  Rutland.    Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5;  M.A.  1678.    Ord. 

deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  20,  1674;  priest,  Sept.  19,  i675- 

SETON,  JOHN.   B.A.  1528-9  (ist  in  the  ordo);  M.A.  1532;  B.D. 

1540-1;  D.D.  1544.    Fellow  of  St  John's,  1529.   Incorp.  at 

Oxford,  1554.   Chaplain  to  Bishop  Gardiner.    R.  of  Hinton, 

Hants.  Canon  of  Winchester,  1553-4-   Preb.  of  York,  1554- 

60.    A  popish  recusant  in  1561.    Escaped  to  Rome.    Well 

known  author  on  Logic.  Died  at  Rome,  July  20,  1567.  M.I. 

at  the  English  College  at  Rome.    (Cooper,  1.  219;  iii.  114; 

D.N.B.;Al.  Oxon.) 

SEATON  or  SETTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  c.  1591. 

SEATON  or  SETON,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  17, 

1619-20.     Matric.    1620;    B.A.    1623-4;    M.A.    1627.     Ord. 

deacon  (Peterb.)  Oct.  3,  1623;  priest.  Mar.  5,  1625-6.   C.  of 

Egleton,  Rutland,  1623-9.  Usher  of  Oakham  School,  1623-9. 

Probably  usher  at   Felsted  School,    1628-9.    In   1630,   an 

'unconformable  minister  in   Essex.'    One  of    these  names 

ejected  from  Twywell,  Northants.,  1660.   Afterwards  taught 

school  at  Islip  and  Thrapston.  Buried  at  Thrapston,  Nov.  5, 

1684.   {Calamy,  11.  234;  J.  Sargeaunt.) 

SEATON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  25,  1636. 

S.   of   Richard,   yeoman.    B.   at   Hagworthingham,   Lines. 

School,  Lincoln.  Matric.  1636. 

SETON,  JONATHAN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Mar.  5,  1669-70. 

Of  Brookhouse,  Penistone,  Yorks.  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673- 

4;   M.A.   1677.    Ord.  deacon   (York)   Feb.   1675-6;   pnest, 

Sept.  1677.  V.  of  Owston,  Yorks.,  c.  1678-86.  Died  1686. 

SEATON,  MATTHEW.   Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  July  4, 

1667.   S.  of  William,  yeoman.   B.  at  Brigg,  Lines.   Schools, 

RothweU  and  Castor  (Godfrey  Carrington).    Matnc.  1667; 

B.A.  1670-1;  M.A.  1681.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  19, 

1670-1;  priest,  June  2,  1672. 

SEETON,  ROBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 

1618. 
SETON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1495; 
M.A.   Fellow,  until  1506.   R.  of  Toft  Monks  and  Haddiscoe, 
Norfolk. 
SEATON,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  May  6,  1701.    B. 
1684,  at  Stamford,  Lines.   Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1704-5;  M.A. 
1708.   Fellow,  1706-21.    Founder  of  the  Seatonian  prize  for 
English   poetry.     Ord.   deacon    (Peterb.)    Mar.   9,    1706-7; 
priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  29,  1708.   Chaplain  to  Daniel,  Earl  of 
Nottingham.   V.  of  Madingley,  Cambs.,  1713-   V.  of  Raven- 
stone,  Bucks.,  1721-41.    Author,  religious.    Died  Aug.  18, 
1741.    M.I.  at  Ravenstone.    Will,  P.C.C.  (prior  to  Apr.  7, 
1923,  this  will  appeared  in  the  P.C.C.  index  as  Sexton). 
(D.N.B.;  Baker,  i.  215.) 
SEATON,   ZACHARY.    B.A.   from  St  John's,    1627-8;   M.A. 
1631.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  July  22;  priest,  July  23,  1629. 
R.  of  Aspley  Guise,  Beds.,   1633.    Buried  June  29,   1638. 
Will  proved,  Aug.  15,  1638,  by  his  widow,  Dorothy. 
SEBBORN,  THOMAS,  see  SEABORNE. 
SECHEVILL,  JOHN  DE,  see  SACKVILLE. 

SECKBURNE,  RICHARD.  D.D.  FeUow  of  Pembroke.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Soham,  Cambs.  Benefactor  to  Pembroke.   (Cole.) 

SECKER,  see  also  SACKER. 

SECKER,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  17, 
1666.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Grantham,  Lines.  School, 
Grantham  (Mr  Siston).  M.B.  1672.  Brother  of  the  next. 
(Peile,  II.  2.) 


Sedgwick,  George 

SECKER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May  10, 
1664.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Grantham,  Lines.  School, 
Grantham  (Mr  Siston).  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A. 
1671.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  6,  1669;  priest.  Mar.  19, 
1671-2.  Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Shrewsbury.  R.  of  Blox- 
holm.  Lines.,  1672-6.  R.  of  Hougham  with  Marston,  1676. 
Died  c.  Oct.  1676.  Brother  of  George  (above).  {Peile,  i.  609.) 

SEDON,  ARTHUR.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1561. 
Of  Chester  diocese.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  May  26,  1566;  priest, 
Dec.  21,  1569,  age  25.   R.  of  Gislingham,  Sufiolk,  1571. 

SEDDON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  10, 
1660.  S.  of  William  (1622),  clerk,  of  Cheshire.  B.  there. 
School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  1668. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1668.  One  of  these  names  of 
Throwley,  Devon,  clerk.  Will  (Exeter)  1710. 

SEDDON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1622. 

SEDDON,  REUBEN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1589- 

90.   Matric.  c.  1591. 
SEDDON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  30, 

1654.   S.  of  John,  of  Wigan,  Lanes.,  draper.   School,  Wigan 

(Mr  Barrow).    Matric.  1654.    Migrated  to  Oxford.    Matric. 

(St  Mary  Hall,  Oxford)  Mar.  10,  1656-7;  B.A.  (Magdalen 

Hall,  Oxford)  1658;  M.A.  1661. 

SEDDON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Oct.  27, 
1646.  S.  of  Peter.  B.  at  Pilkington,  Lanes.  Bapt.  Oct.  4, 
1629,  at  Prestwich.  School,  Newton  (Mr  Hulme).  Matric. 
1646;  B.A.  1650-1;  M.A.  1654.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1654. 
Minister  at  Gorton,  1654;  of  Kirk  Langley,  Derbs.,  1656-62, 
ejected.  Nonconformist  minister  at  Bolton-le-Moors,  Lanes., 
1692-5.  Died  there  Mar.  21,  1695-6,  aged  77.  Buried  at 
Ringley  Chapel.  Father  of  the  next.  {Peile,  i.  510;  A  I.  Oxon.; 
Cox,  Churches  of  Derbyshire,  iv.  269.) 

SEDDON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i"')  at  Christ's,  June  17, 
1672.  S.  of  Robert  (above).  B.  at  Kersley,  near  Bolton, 
Lanes.  School,  Chowbent  (Mr  Taylor).  Matric.  1672;  B.A. 
1675-6.  R.  of  East  Wittering,  near  Chichester,  Sussex,  1679. 
V.  of  Sidlesham,  1680.  Died  1688.  Will,  Chichester.  See  Al. 
Oxon.  for  a  contemporary  namesake.   {Peile,  11.  44.) 

SEDDON,  THOMAS.  .-Vdm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  4, 
1745.  S.  of  John,  merchant,  of  Lancashire.  B.  in  Manchester. 
School,  Manchester  (Mr  Brooke).  Matric.  i745;  B.A.  1748-9. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Feb.  19,  1748-9;  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  11, 
1749-50.  V.  of  Carlton  Moorland,  Lines.,  1756-99.  V.  of 
Norton  Disney,  1763-99.  P.C.  of  Stapleford,  Lines.,  1772-99. 
Died  Mar.  20,  1799.   M.I.  at  Carlton.   {Scott-Mayor,  111.  550.) 

SEDDON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  155 1. 

SEDDON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1622.  S.  of  Ralph,  of  Prestolee,  Lanes.  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A. 
1629.  V.  of  Eastham,  Cheshire,  1638,  ejected  as  a  Royalist. 
C.  of  Penwortham,  Lanes.,  in  1650.  R.  of  GrappenhaU, 
Cheshire,  1660-71.  Buried  there  Sept.  8,  1671.  Father  of 
Edward  (1660).   (Walker's  Sufferings,  11.  351;  E.  Axon.) 

SEDDON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  iS,  1657, 
Siddon.  Of  Derbyshire.  Matric.  1659.  Migrated  to  Em- 
manuel, Apr.  II,  1659;  B.A.  1660-1. 

SEDGWICK,  CHARLES.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1715.  Matric.  Easter,  1716;  B.A.  1719-20;  M.A.  1723. 
Fellow,  1719.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  4,  1721;  priest 
(Norwich)  Feb.  1721-2.  Died  in  London,  Dec.  1723. 

SEDGWICK,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Jan.  20, 
1714-5- 

SEDGWYCKE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1570.  Of  Huntingdonshire.  B.A.  1573-4;  M.A.  1577. 
Fellow,  1577- 

SEDGWICK,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  May  15,  1674. 
Of  St  Faith's,  London.  Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A. 
1681.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (London)  Dec.  22,  1678. 

SEDGWICK,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Jan.  24,  1680-1. 
Of  Lancashire.  Matric.  1682;  B.A.  1685-6.  Ord.  deacon 
(Chester)  Sept.  25,  1687.  C.  of  Horwick  Chapel.  Probably 
C.  of  Lymm,  Cheshire,  and  of  Billinge,  Lanes.  C.  of  Up- 
holland,  1704.  P.C.  of  Flixton,  c.  1709-22.  Buried  Oct. 
1722. 

SEDGWICK,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  1,  1745.  S.  of  Edward,  gent.,  of  Kent.  B.  at  Langley, 
near  Maidstone.  School,  Sutton,  Kent  (Mr  Clendon).  Matric. 
1745;  B..\.  1748-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Rochester)  .Apr.  i,  1750; 
'C.  of  West  Peckham,  Kent.'  Perhaps  ord.  priest  (Peterb.) 
Feb.  23,  1752. 
SEDGWICKE,  GEORGE.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1598. 
SIDGWICK  or  SIDGIDICKE,   GEORGE.    Matric.   pens,   from 
St  John's,  Easter,  1619;  B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626. 


39 


Sedgwick,  George 

SIDGWICK,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i6)  at  St  John's, 
July  8,  1631.  S.  of  George,  husbandman,  of  Killington, 
Westmorland.  B.  there.  School,  Sedbergh.  Appointed 
secretary  to  Lady  Anne  Clifford,  Countess  of  Pembroke,  1652. 
Tutor  to  John  Tufton  (Earl  of  Thanet).  Retired  to  CoUmg- 
field,  near  Kendal,  1668.  Died  June  10,  1685,  aged  67  (sic). 
(Bum's  Westmorland,  294;  Lady  Anne  Clifford,  200.) 

SEDGWICK,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
June  16,  1676.  S.  of  Ralph,  of  Dent,  Yorks.  B.  there. 
School,  Sedbergh.  Migrated  to  St  John's,  Dec.  22,  1676. 
Matric.  1676;  B.A.  1679-80.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  19, 
1680;  priest,  Mar.  12,  1681-2.  C.  of  Broughton,"  Kirkby 
Ireleth,  Lanes.,  1684.  Still  there,  1691.  Admon.  (Archd. 
Richmond)  1693. 

SIDGEWICK,  GILES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  i, 
1700.  S.  of  Giles,  husbandman.  B.  at  Dent,  Yorks.  School, 
Kendal.  Matric.  1700;  B.A.  1703-4-  R-  of  Bolton-by- 
BoUand,  Yorks.,  1710-26.  V.  of  Kirkby  Malbam,  1706-15. 
Buried  at  Bolton,  June  15,  1726. 

SIDGWICK,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1624; 
B.A.  1627-8  ;M. A.  1631.  Perhaps  C.  of  Abthorpe.Northants., 
1637. 

SEDGWICK,  HUTTON.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  May  30, 
1682.   Matric.  1684;  B.A.  1685-6;  M.A.  1689. 

SEDGWICK,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1598-9- 
Perhaps  s.  of  Edward,  of  Dent,  Yorks.  B.A.  1601-2;  M.A. 
1609.  Lived  at  Wisbech,  Cambs.  Married  Elizabeth  May. 
(Peile,  1.  229.) 

SEDGWICK,  JOHN.  B.D.  1638  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Joseph,  V.  of  Ogbourne  .St  Andrew,  Wilts.  B.  at  Marl- 
borough. Matric.  (Queen's  College,  Oxford)  June  18,  1619, 
age  18;  B.A.  (Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford)  1622;  M.A.  1625; 
B.D.  1633.  V.  of  Bisley,  Gloucs.,  1625-38.  V.  of  Clavering, 
Essex.  R.  of  St  Alphege,  London,  1641-3.  Chaplain  to  the 
regiment  of  the  Earl  of  Stamford.  Author,  sermons.  Buried 
at  St  Alphege,  Oct.  15,  1643.  Father  of  the  next  and  prob- 
ably of  Obadiah  (1648).   (D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SEDGWICK,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  Catharine's, 
June  23,  1649.  S.  of  John  (1638).  B.  at  Bisley,  Gloucs. 
School,  St  Paul's.  Migrated  to  Christ's,  Aug.  21,  1649. 
Matric.  1649;  B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1656.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1653.  R.  of  St  Martin,  Salisbury,  1661;  of  St  Edmund's, 
1662.   {Peile,  I.  530.) 

SEDGWICK,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Apr.  10, 
1678.  S.  of  Joseph  (1647-8).  Matric.  1681;  B.A.  1681-2; 
M.A.  1685.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  20,  1684.  R.  of 
Hanworth,  Lines.,  1689-1717-  V.  of  Burton  Pedwardine, 
1702-17.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1703-17.  Died  1717.  Perhaps 
father  of  Philip  (1727).   (Le  Neve,  Fasti,  11.  207.) 

SEDGWICK,  JOHN.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  King's,  Easter, 
1723;  LL.B.  1723.  Ord.  priest  (Gloucester)  Feb.  25,  1713-6. 
R.  of  Haselton,  Gloucs.,  1716-27.  Chaplain  to  Lord  Walpole. 
V.  of  Corsham,  Wilts.,  1723-7.  Died  1727.  (F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

SEDGWICK,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1588. 

SEDGWICK,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  .Sx  Catharine's, 
1647-8.  S.  of  Obadiah.  School,  St  Paul's.  B.A.  1648-9; 
M.A.  from  Christ's,  1652.  Fellow  of  Christ's,  1649-59.  R.  of 
Blankney,  Lines.,  1658-66.  R.  of  Althorpe,  1672.  Preb.  of 
Lincoln,  1675-1702.  R.  of  Fiskerton,  1683-1702.  Died 
Sept.  22, 1702,  aged  74-  Fatherof  John  (1678).  {Peile,  i.  501; 
Le  Neve,  Fasti,  ii-  207;  D.N.B.  confuses  this  man  with  his 
Oxford  namesake  who  was  Head  Master  of  Repton  School, 
1662-72,  when  he  died.   See  Repton  School  Register.) 

SEDGWICK,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  6,  1716. 
Of  Lincolnshire.   LL.B.  1721. 

SIDGWICK,  LEONARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney, 
Apr.  2,  1691.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas  (?  1659-60),  C.  of  Church 
Brampton,  Northants.  B.  there,  May  11,  1673.  School, 
Guilsborough  (Mr  Chapman).  Matric.  1691;  B.A.  1694-5; 
M.A.  1701.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  6,  1696;  priest 
(London)  Dec.  19,  1697.  C.  of  Furthoe,  Northants.,  1696. 
P.C.  of  Stony  Stratford,  Bucks.,  1703-47.  R.  of  Thornton, 
1710-47.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1728-47.  Died  1747,  aged  74. 
Buried  at  St  Giles',  Stony  Stratford.  Father  of  William 
(1717-8)  and  perhaps  of  Thomas  (1723).  {Lipscomb,  iv.  371.) 

SEDGWICKE,  OBADIAH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  20, 
1648.  Of  London.  Probably  s.  of  John  (1638).  School, 
Westminster.  Matric.  1648;  Scholar,  1649;  B.A.  1651-2; 
M.A.  1655.  Fellow,  1653.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1655.  R.  of 
Rampton,  Cambs.,  1662-85.  Buried  there  Sept.  25,  1685. 
{Al.  Oxon.) 

SEDGEWICK,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  26,  1727. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  Perhaps  s.  of  John  (1678).  Matric.  1727; 
LL.B.  1732.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  20,  1730;  priest, 
June  4,  1732.  V.  of  Burton  Pedwardine,  Lines.,  1732. 


Sedgwick,  Thomas 

SEDGWICK,  RAPHAEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's, 
July  3,  1697.  Matric.  1699;  M.B.  1714-  Will  (P.C.C.)  1748; 
of  Penn,  Staffs. 

SEDGEWICK,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1590-1;  Scholar,  1594;  B.A.  1594-5-  One  of  these  names, 
s.  of  Edward,  of  Dent,  Yorks.,  V.  of  Wapping,  Middlesex, 
1617. 

SIDGEWICKE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 

SEDGWICK,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1634;  B.A.  1638-9. 

SEDGWICK,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
June  17,  1668.  S.  of  Thomas  (?  1640),  of  Horton(?  Houghton, 
near  Settle,  Yorks.).  School,  Giggleswick.  Migrated  to 
Christ's,  1674;  B.A.  1674.  Ord.  priest  (Gloucester)  Dec.  19, 
1678.  C.  of  Wick  Ramon,  Northants.,  1680.  C.  of  Little 
BiUing,  1699;  R.,  1702-17  (B.A.  of  Christ's).  Died  Jan.  13, 
1717-8,  aged  74  (sic).  Buried  at  Little  Billing.  M.I.  (Baker, 
Northants.,  i.  29;  Peile,  11.  53.) 

SEDGWICK,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
June  29,  1742.  S.  of  Giles,  farmer,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at  Dent. 
School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1742;  B.A.  1745-6;  M.A.  1750. 
Classical  master  at  Heath  Academy,  Wakefield,  till  1748- 
Usher  of  Leeds  Grammar  School,  1748-50;  Head  Master, 
1750-5.  Died  Jan.  9,  1755.  {Scott-Mayor,  in.  530;  M.  H. 
Peacocli.) 

SIDGWICK,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1621;  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Apr. 
28;  priest,  Apr.  29,  1630.  Perhaps  Master  of  Pocklington 
Grammar  School,  1630-c.  1650. 

SEDGWICK,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1628; 
B..'\.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  25, 
1636;  prie.st,  Sept.  24,  1637;  'C.  of  Bumham  St  M.,'  Norfolk- 
R.  of  Thwaite,  1660. 

SEDGWICK,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  May  5, 
1742.  S.  of  Robert,  merchant,  of  Lancashire.  B.  at  Man- 
chester. School,  Salford  (Mr  Clayton).  Matric.  1742;  M.B. 
1748.  Of  Manchester.  Died  Jan.  7,  i779,  aged  55.  (Described 
as  M.B.  on  tombstone  and  as  'an  eminent  banker'  in  the 
newspaper  obituary.)   (E.  Axon.) 

SEDGWICK,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  July  1,  1745- 

B.  in  London.  Matric.  1745- 

SEDGWICK,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Feb.  18, 
1751.   Of  Barbados.   Matric.  1751;  B.A.  i755- 

SEDGWICK,  STEPHEN.  Matric-  pens,  from  Emmanuel,  Easter, 
1637;  B.A.  1640-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Gloucester)  Sept.  22,  1666. 

C.  of  Sutton-under-Brails,  Gloucs. 

SEDGWICK  or  SEGISWYCKE,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1529-30-  Of 
Yorkshire.  M.A.  1533;  B.D.  1544-5;  D.D.  i554-  FeUow  of 
Peterhouse.  1531-c.  46.  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1546.  Vice- 
Master  of  Trinity,  1554-5.  Lady  Margaret  Professor,  1554-6. 
Regius  Professor  of  Divinity,  1557-9-  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1554.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  22,  1537-  R-  of  Erwarton, 
Suffolk,  1552.  V.  of  Enfield,  Middlesex,  1556  (appointed 
Mar.  12,  1555-6;  resigned,  1556).  R-  of  Toft,  Cambs.,  1556- 
V.  of  Gainford,  and  R.  of  Stanhope,  Durham,  1558;  deprived, 
1559.  A  recusant  in  1561.  Living,  1567.  {Cooper,  i.  213; 
D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SEDGEWICKE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Sx  John's, 
Easter,  1570;  B.A.  1573-4;  M.A.  from  Clare,  1577- 

SEDGWICK,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  June  6, 
1640.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Settle,  Yorks.  School,  Giggles- 
wick. Matric.  1640;  B.A.  1643-4;  M.A.  1648.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Lincoln)  Apr.  21,  1646.  R.  of  Marfleet-in- 
Holdemess,  Yorks.,  c.  1648-79.  probably  ejected,  but  re- 
instated. Died  Sept.  18,  1679,  aged  58.  Buried  at  Marfleet. 
Perhaps  father  of  Richard  (1668).  {Peile,  i.  471;  Poulson, 
H older ness,  n.  231.) 

SEDGWICK,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sx  John's, 
Mar.  1,  1659-60.  S.  of  Leonard,  yeoman,  of  Dent,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1660.  Perhaps  C.  of 
Church  Brampton,  Northants.,  in  1673.  If  so,  father  of 
Leonard  (1691). 

SEDGWICK,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
June  27,  1667.  S.  of  William,  of  Ludborough,  Lines.  School, 
Alford.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  167c.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept. 
24,  1671;  perhaps  priest  (Lincoln)  May  26,  1678.  P.C.  of 
Nun  Ormsby,  Lines.,  and  of  Utterby.    R.  of  Wyham,  i68i. 

SIGISWICKE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  7, 
1682.  S.  of  WiUiam  (1631),  clerk,  of  MattishaU,  Norfolk. 
B.  there.  School,  Norwich.  Matric.  1682;  Scholar,  1682-8; 
B.A.  1685-6.  Died  July  25,  1688.   {Venn,  i.  470.) 

SEDGWICK,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Dec.  13,  1723- 
Of  Buckinghamshire.  Perhaps  s.  of  Leonard  (1691).  Matric. 
1724;  B.A.  1727-8;  M.A.  1731.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept. 
20,  i73o;priest,  Dec.  24,  1732.  C.  of  Cranfield,  Beds.,in  1731. 
Perhaps  brother  of  William  (1717-8). 


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Sedgwick,  Tobias 

SEDGWICK,  TOBIAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Oct.  18,  1637. 
Of  Durham.  Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1641-2.  R.  of  Cockfield, 
Durham,  1658. 

SEDGEWICK,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Mar. 
31,  1631.  S.  of  Thomas,  merchant  and  citizen  of  Norwich. 
School,  Norwich  (Mr  Stonham).  Matric.  1631;  Scholar, 
1631-8;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638.  FeUow,  1640-51.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  June  9,  1639;  priest  (Bishop  of  Kilmore) 
Nov.  4,  1649.  V.  of  Mattishall,  Norfolk,  1650-75.  R-  of 
Little  Bergh,  c.  1660.  Died  Sept.  26,  1675,  aged  61.  M.I.  at 
Mattishall.  Father  of  Thomas  (1682).   (F«nn,  i.  297.) 

SEDGWICK,   WILLIAM.    M.A.    1635    (Incorp.   from   Oxford). 

S.  of  William,  of  London,  gent.   B.  in  Bedfordshire.   Matric. 

(Pembroke  College,  Oxford)  Dec.  2,  1625,  age  15;  B.A.  1628; 

M.A.  1631.  R.  of  Famham,  Essex,  1634-44.  Chaplain  to  the 

regiment  of  Sir  William  Constable,  1642.   Chief  preacher  in 

Ely,   Cambs.,   1644-60.    Known   as  Doomesday  Sedgwick 

(Cole).     Retired    to    Lewisham,    Kent.     Author,    religious. 

Will  (P.C.C.)  1663-4;  of  Lewisham,  Kent.   (Calamy,  i.  344; 

Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 
SEDGWICK,   WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Feb.   28, 

1717-8.    S.   of   Leonard    (1691),    R.   of  Thornton,   Bucks. 

School,    Eton.     Matric.    1720;    B.A.    1721-2;    M.A.    1725; 

B.D.  1732.   Fellow,  1723-32;  President,  Mar.  15,  1731-2-60. 

Vice-ChanceUor,  1741-2.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  20,  1724; 

priest.  Mar.  6,   1725-6.    V.  of  Oakington,  Cambs.    R.  of 

St  Clement   Eastcheap,   London,    1738-60.     Died  Nov.   4, 

1760.   Win,  P.C.C.   Benefactor.   Perhaps  brother  of  Thomas 

(1723).   {College  History,  238.) 

SEDLEY,  see  also  SIDLEY. 

SEDLEY,  EDMUND.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1579.   Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Martin,  of  Morley,  Norfolk  (and 

Anne,  dau.  of  Ralph  Shelton,  of  Deopham,  Esq.).    Bapt. 

Mar.  24,  1565-6,  at  Morley  St  Peter.   Died  s.p.  in  France. 

(Vis.  of  Norfolk,  11.  346.) 
SEDLEY  or  SYDLEY,  EDMUND.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pem- 
broke, Apr.   5,   1681.     S.   of   William   (1657),   of  Morley, 

Norfolk,  gent.  Matric.  1681.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Mar.  22, 

1682-3.  Brother  of  John  (1681). 
SEDLEY,  HENRY.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  9,  1646. 

Of  Kent. 
SEDLEY,  JOHN.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  28, 

1644. 
SEDLEY  or  SYDLEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke, 

Apr.  5,   1681.    S.  of  William  (below),  of  Morley,  Norfolk, 

gent.    Matric.  1681.    Died  Oct.  10,  1712,  aged  49.    M.I.  at 

Morley.  Brother  of  Edmund  (1681). 
SEDLEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Jesus,  July  4,  1657. 

Of  Norfolk.    Died  Oct.  10,  1704,  aged  64.    M.I.  at  Morley. 

Doubtless   father   of   John    (above)    and    Edmund  (1681). 

{Blomefield,  11.  479.) 
SEE,  EDMUND.  B.A.  1459-60;  gmce  for  B.D.  1470-1.  Licensed 

to  preach  in  Ely  diocese,  1470,  '  M.A.' 
SEED,  JEREMIAH.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  18,  1679.    Of 

Lancashire.  Matric.  1679;  Scholar,  1681;  B.A.  1682-3.  Ord. 

deacon  (Chester)  June  3,  1683;  priest.  May  25,  1684.   C.  of 

Kendal,   Westmorland,    1691.    V.   of  Askham,    1697-1707. 

R.  of  Clifton,  near  Penrith,  1707-22.   Died  1722.   Father  of 

the  next.   (B.  Nightingale.) 
SEED,  JEREMIAH.   M.A.  1738  (Incorp.  from  Queen's  CoUege, 

Oxford).  Matric.  there,  Nov.  7,  1716,  age  16.  S.  of  Jeremiah 

(above).    B.A.  (Oxford)  1721-3;  M.A.  1725.    Fellow,  1732. 

R.  of  Ridge,  Herts.,  1736-8.    R.  of  Church  Oakley,  Hants. 

R.  of  Enham,  1741-7.   Author,  sermons,  etc.  Died  Dec.  10, 

1747,  aged  47.  (Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  iv.  5y,  Al.  Oxon.; 

D.N.B.) 

SEELE,  see  SEALE. 

SEELEY,  FRANCIS.  M.A.  1734  (Incorp.  from  Trinity  College, 
Oxford).  Matric.  there.  Mar.  15,  1722-3.  S.  of  Francis,  of 
Holywell,  Oxford,  gent.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1726;  M.A.  1729. 
V.  of  Gt  Waltham,  Essex,  1740-56.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  June  17, 
1756.   (Al.  Oxon.;  Morant.,  11.  90.) 

SEERES,  NICHOLAS,  see  SEAR. 

SEFTON,  PETER.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1574; 
B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Apr.  17,  1580. 

SEGENS  (?  SEGERUS),  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Michs.  1559. 

SEGER,  GEORGE,  see  SEAGAR. 

SELBANCKE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  20,  1594. 

Matric.  c.  1594. 
SELBY,  see  also  SILLESBY. 
SELBY,  CHRISTOPHER.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 

July  20,  1692.   S.  of  Michael,  of  Castor,  Northants.,  gent. 


Selby,  William 

Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1696-7;  M.A.  1700.  Fellow,  1698. 
Bursar,  1710.  Junior  Proctor,  1715-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  25,  1698;  priest,  May  26,  1700.  C.  of  Marham,  North- 
ants., 1698.  C.  of  Framlingham,  Suffolk,  1704.  V.  of  Grant- 
chester,  Cambs.,  1707-16.  V.  of  Waresley,  Hunts.,  1718-29. 
R.  of  Framlingham  and  Saxted,  Suffolk,  1728-34.  Died 
Oct.  2,  1734,  aged  59.  Buried  at  Framlingham.  M.l.  (Loder, 
308.) 

SELBY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1669.  Of 
Bedfordshire.  Perhapss.of  Michael  (1629-30).  Matric.  1670; 
B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Signed  for  deacon's  and  priest's 
orders  (London)  Sept.  21,  1672.  V.  of  Riseley,  Beds.,  1672. 

SELBY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Pembroke,  May  10, 
1619.  S.  of  William,  of  Surrey,  farmer.  Matric.  1619;  B.A. 
1622-3;  M.A.  1626.  Head  Master  of  Rochester  Grammar 
School,  Kent,  1627-31.  V.  of  St  Margaret's,  Rochester, 
1627-47-  V.  of  Aylesford,  1646-9.  Died  1662.  Buried  at 
St  Nicholas,  Rochester. 

SELBY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  19, 
1651.  2nd  s.  of  George,  Esq.,  of  Greenwich.  B.  in  London. 
School,  Tonbridge.  Matric.  1651;  B.A.  1654-5.  Adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  1652.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1659.  Bencher, 
1677.  Serjeant-at-law,  1683.  Knighted,  June  5,  1685. 
Elected  Recorder  of  London,  1688,  but  declined  to  serve. 
Married  (1)  Jane,  dau.  of  John  Howell,  of  Lincoln's  Inn, 
Mar.  20,  1667-8;  (2)  Ehzabeth,  dau.  of  Richard  Amhurst, 
Serjeant-at-law,  of  Bayhall,  Kent.  Died  Aug.  1715.  Brother 
of  William  (1651).  (Le  Neve,  KnigWs,  397;  Inner  Temple, 
Benchers ;  Musgrave.) 

SELBY,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  July  2,  1677. 
Probably  s.  of  James,  of  the  Inner  Temple,  gent.  Bapt. 
Jan.  20,  1657.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Feb.  15,  1676. 
Called  to  the  Bar,  1683.  Bencher,  1700.  Serjeant-at-law, 
1700.  Of  Wavendon  and  Whaddon,  Bucks.  Married  Mary, 
dau.  of  Sir  Rowland  Alston,  of  Odell,  Beds.  Died  Apr.  20, 
1724.  Perhaps  brother  of  William  (1694).  (Inner  Temple, 
Bench  Book;  G.  Mag.,  1821,  11.  316.) 

SELBY  or  SILBY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Lent, 
1564-5;  B.A.  from  Queens',  1569-70.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Oct.  17,  1571;  priest,  Sept.  17,  1574;  C.  of  Blackforth.  R.  of 
Wootton,  Norfolk,  1576.  V.  of  Hedenham,  1582. 

SELBEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1614;  B.A. 
1618-9; M.A.  1622. 

SELBY,  MICHAEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Jan.  21, 
1629-30.  S.  of  Francis.  B.  at  Shambrook,  Beds.  School, 
Little  Gidding.  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1633-4;  M.A.  1637.  V.  of 
Pampisford,  Cambs.,  1638-46.  V.  of  Riseley,  Beds.,  -1653- 
72.  R.  of  Hayes,  Middlesex,  1661-85.  R-  of  Ingoldsby, 
Lines.,  1672-85.  Died  1685.  Father  of  William  (1679-80) 
and  perhaps  of  Francis  (1669).   (Peile,  i.  404.) 

SELBY,  NATHANIEL.   Fellow  of  Emmanuel,  1677. 

SELBY,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  July  3,  1711; 
'Grecian'  from  Christ's  Hospital.  S.  of  William,  citizen  and 
leatherseller,  of  London.  Matric.  1712;  Scholar,  1713;  B.-A. 
1714-5;  M.A.  1718.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  26,  1715-6; 
priest  (Lincoln)  Feb.  22,  1718-9.  V.  of  Stotfold,  Beds.,  1718*. 
Head  Master  of  Christ's  Hospital,  1725.  V.  of  Clavering, 
Essex,  1737-53-  Died  May  17,  1753.  Will,  Comm.  Essex! 
(G.  Mag.) 

SELBY,  RALPH.  LL.D.  Warden  of  King's  Hall,  1391-8. 
Member  of  Richard  II's  privy  council.  Became  a  monk  at 
Westminster  Abbey.  Preb.  of  York,  13S5-6;  Sub-dean, 
1386-92.  Preb.  of  Salisbury,  1392-1401.  Archdeacon  of 
Bucks.,  1392.  Archdeacon  of  Norfolk,  1394.  Died  1420. 
(Trin.  Coll.  Adm.,  i.  138;  Musgrave.) 

SELBY,  RICHARD.  B.A.  1501-2.  WiU  of  Rich.  Selby,  of 
Trumpington,  Cambs.  (P.C.C.)  1549. 

SELBY,  ROBERT  (1524),  see  ROGERS. 

SELBY  or  SELBEYE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens', 
Michs.  1572;  B.A.  1576-7.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  28^ 
1577,  Selby.   R.  of  Bedfield,  Suffolk,  1584-c.  1610,  Selbeye. 

SELBY  or  SILBY,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1588-9; 
M.A.  1592;  B.D.  1607.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Mar.  4,  1590-1'. 
V.  of  Reydon  and  Southwold,  Suffolk,  1596.  R.  of  Easton 
Bavents,  1608. 

SELBY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Peterhouse, 
Michs.  1573.  Probably  s.  of  Sir  John,  of  Branxton,  North- 
umberland. Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  21,  1576. 
Knighted,  Apr.  6,  1603.  Of  the  Moat,  Ightham,  Kent.  Died 
1637.   (T.A.  Walker.) 

SELBY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1578; 
B.A.  from  Clare,  1582-3;  M.A.  from  Christ's,  1586.  Ord! 
deacon  (Carlisle)  Dec.  13,  1587.  (Perhaps  V.  of  Ford, 
Northumberiand,  1597-1600.)  V.  of  Berwick-on-Tweed, 
1607.  Preb.  of  Durham,  1608-9.  V.  of  Kirk  Merrington, 
Durham,  1609-10.  Died  1610.  (Peile,  i.  148.) 


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Selby,  William 

SELBEY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1614. 
Of  Suffolk.  Scholar,  1618;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622.  R.  of 
Islington,  Norfolk,  1622.   Perhaps  R.  of  Anmer,  1647. 

SELBY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  14,  1614. 
Matric.  1615;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
July  29;  priest,  July  30,  1622.  R.  of  Chipping  Warden, 
Northants.,  1625-42.  Buried  there  Mar.  8,  1642-3.  See 
Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

SELBY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1617; 
B.A.  1620-1. 

SELBIE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Christ's,  Apr. 
1620.  Perhaps  s.  of  Sir  Ralph,  of  Branston,  Northumberland. 
If  so,  knighted,  July  26,  1639.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of 
Ferdinand,  Lord  Fairfax.  Buried  Feb.  23,  1654. 

SELBY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  6, 
1626-7.  S.  of  Robert.  B.  at  Raunds,  Northants.  School, 
Higham  Ferrers  (Mr  Frier).  Matric.  1627;  B.A.  1630-1. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  West  Horsley,  Surrey,  1644. 

SELBY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  19,  1651.  S.  of  George,  Esq.,  of  Greenwich.  B.  in  St 
Mary  Hill,  London.  School,  Tonbridge.  Matric.  1651.  Adm. 
at  the  Inner  Temple,  1652.  Of  Ightham  Moat,  near  Ton- 
bridge.  Married  Susan,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Rainey,  of  Wrotham, 
Bart.  Brother  of  Henry  (1651).  (Le  Neve,  397;  Hasted,  11. 
248.) 

SELBY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  5,  1660.  Of 
Northamptonshire.  Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1663-4;  M.A.  1667. 
Fellow,  1664-8. 

SELBY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Mar.  11,  1679-80. 
S  of  Michael  (1629-30).  B.  at  Riseley,  Beds.  School, 
Kimbolton  (Mr  Taylor).  Matric.  1680;  B.A.  1683-4;  M.A. 
1687.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  1684;  priest,  May,  1686. 
Probably  R.  of  Elton-on-the-HiU,  Notts.,  1687.  Buried 
there  Sept.  9,  1720.   {Peile,  11.  77.) 

SELBY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Aug.  20, 
1694.  Perhaps  s.  of  James,  of  the  Inner  Temple,  deceased. 
Matric.  1695.  Of  Husbom  Crawley,  Beds.  Died  i753- 
Perhaps  brother  of  James  (1677).   (G.  Mag.,  1821,  11.  316.) 

SELBY,  Prior  of.  Resident  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  1414-5-  Pays 
13s.  4d.  for  his  chamber.  Probably  William  Pigot  or  Pygot, 
who  was  Prior  of  Selby,  1407-29.  (T.  A.  Walker;  H.  G. 
Harrison.) 

SELETT,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1456. 

SELFF,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  King's,  i737-  S.  of  William,  of 
Hinton  St  George,  Somerset,  gent.  Matric.  (Trinity  College, 
Oxford)  May  10,  1725,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1728-9.  Perhaps 
of  Hinton  St  George,  clerk;  will  (Taunton)  i743-  One  of 
these  names  of  Hatch  Beauchamp,  clerk;  will  (Taunton) 
1786.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SELL,  see  also  SILL. 

SELL,  OLIVER.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Michs.  1642. 
Of  Hertfordshire.  Migrated  to  Queens',  1644.  B.A.  1645-6; 
M.A.  1649;  B.D.  1656.  Fellow  of  Queens',  1647-59-  K-  of 
Hinxworth,  Herts.,  1660-97.  Died  Nov.  20,  1697,  aged  73. 
M.I.  at  Hinxworth. 

SELL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Feb.  8,  1659-60.  Of 
Essex.   Matric.  i66o;  B.A.  1663-4. 

SELL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1624; 
B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631. 

SELLAKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  June  25, 
1667.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Halberton,  Devon.  School,  Tiverton. 
Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  24,  1671. 

SELLER,  JOHN.  M.A.  1620  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of  Kent. 
S.  of  John,  R.  of  Saltwood,  Kent.  Matric.  (Corpus  Chrisli 
College,  Oxford)  Feb.  17,  1608-9,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1611-2;  M..A.  1614.  R.  of  Bradfield  St  Clare,  Suffolk,  1619- 
33.  R.'of  Didcot,  Berks.,  1621-32.  R.  of  Gt  Whelnetham, 
1633-48.  Died  1648.   {At.  Oxon.) 

SELLER  or  SELLERS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius, 
Nov.  18,  1681.  S.  of  Thomas,  brewer,  of  Bury  St  Edmunds. 
B.  there.  School,  Bury  (Mr  Leeds).  Matric.  1681;  B.A. 
1685-6;  M.A.  1713.  Probably  V.  of  Digby,  Lines.,  1701; 
of  Metheringham,  1701;  of  New  Sleaford,  1703-37-  Preb. 
of  IJncohi,  1712-37.  Died  1737.  Father  of  William  (1727)- 
(Venn,  1.  469.) 

SELLAR,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1618  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Somerset,  pleb.  Matric.  (Magdalen  HaU,  Oxford)  July  i, 
1603,  age  i8;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1608-9;  M.A.  1615-  Fellow  of 
Merton  College,  Oxford,  1611.  V.  of  St  Peter-in-the-East, 
Oxford,  1623-31  (re-presented  in  1631).  R.  of  Stowe-nine- 
churches,  Northants.,  1631-46,  sequestered,  but  reinstated. 
Married  Frances  Newport,  of  Welton,  Northants.,  July  4, 


Selwyn,  Thomas 

1639.  Will  dated,  July  9,  1662;  proved  (Archd.  Northants.) 
Jan.  12,  1663-4;  of  Stowe-nine-churches.  (Al.  Oxon.; 
H.  G.  Harrison;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

SELLER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  11, 
1703.  S.  of  George,  husbandman.  B.  at  Kennythorpe,  Yorks. 
School,  York.  Matric.  1703;  B.A.  1706-7.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  May,  1708;  priest,  1709.  C.  of  Settrington,  Yorks., 
1726. 

SELLER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  12, 
1727.  S.  of  Thomas  (1681),  clerk,  of  Lincolnshire.  B.  at 
Sleaford.  School,  Grantham.  Matric.  1727;  B.A.  1731-2; 
M.A.  1735.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  Sept.  19,  1731;  priest, 
Dec.  24,  1732.  Succeeded  his  father  as  V.  of  New  Sleaford, 
Lines.,  1737-69.   {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  402.) 

SELLER, .   B.A.  1529-30. 

SELLERS,  JEREMY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1587. 

SELLERS, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1544. 

SELLYN,  DANIEL.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1576. 
Of  London.  Migrated  to  Magdalene.  B.A.  1579-80;  M.A. 
1583;  M.D.  from  Christ's,  1591.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1584. 
F.R.C.P.,  1599.  Died  Mar.  19,  1614-5.  Buried  at  St  Dionis, 
London.   Will,  P.C.C.   {Munk,  i.  115;  Peile,  l.  137.) 

SELLINGE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1633.  Of  Suffolk. 

SELLING,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  26, 
1661.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Carlton  ColviOe,  Suffolk.  B.  at 
Topcroft,  Norfolk.  Schools,  Wrentham,  Suffolk  (private)  and 
Barsham  (private).  Matric.  1661;  Scholar,  1661-6;  B.A. 
1664-5.  Married,  at  Bedingham,  Mary,  dau.  of  John  Smith, 
of  Starston,  gent.,  July  3,  1666.  Died  Sept.  26,  1686.  M.I. 
in  Carlton  Church.   {Venn,  i.  414.) 

SELLYNGE,  WILLIAM  {alias  GREEN).  B.A.  FeUow  of  Peter- 
house,  June  26,  1422.  A  clerk  in  1434.   {T.  A.  Walker.) 

SELLIN, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  King's,  Lent,  1623-4. 

SELLON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  June  14, 
1750.  S.  of  John,  of  Hurley,  Berks.  School,  Westminster. 
Matric.  1751;  Scholar,  1751.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar. 
14,  1756.  Minister  of  St  James  and  St  John,  Clerkenwell, 
1757-90.  Preacher  at  St  Giles-in-the-Fields,  1758-90,  and  at 
Magdalen  Hospital,  St  Andrew,  Holbom,  1790.  Chaplain  to 
Lord  Pomfret.  Proprietor  and  minister  of  Portman  Chapel, 
Marylebone.  Died  July  18  (?  29),  1790.  Buried  at  St  James', 
Clerkenwell.  Will,  P.C.C.   {Al.  Westmon.,  352;  Hennessy.) 

SELSTON, .  B.A.  1514-5- 

SELTH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  24, 
1704.  S.  of  William,  weaver,  of  Norwich.  B.  there.  School, 
Holt.  Matric.  1704;  Scholar,  1704-9;  B.A.  1707-8;  M.A. 
1714.  Fellow,  1714-24.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely,  Litt.  dim.  from 
Norwich)  Sept.  23,  1711;  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  17,  1712. 
R.  of  Hardmead,  Bucks.,  1721.  R.  of  Foulsham,  Norfolk, 
1722-4.  R.  of  Gt  Melton,  and  St  Michael  Coslany,  Norwich, 
1723.  Died  1740.   {Venn,  1.  512.) 

SELWOOD,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1698  (Incorp.  from  Pembroke 
College,  Oxford).  Matric.  there,  Dec.  2,  1681,  age  16;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1685;  M.A.  1688.  R.  of  Crowmarsh  Gifford,  Oxon., 
1690.   R.  of  Mongewell,  1703.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SELWOOD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1682.  Probably  2nd  s.  of  Samuel,  of  London,  Esq.  B.  there. 
Matric.  Michs.  1683;  B.A.  1687-8.  Fellow,  1686.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  19,  1687.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  23, 
1694, 'M.A. '   Became  insane.  Died  Oct.  1706. 

SELWYN,  SELWIN  or  SHELWIN,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  at 
Emmanuel,  Apr.  27,  1612.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Edward 
(below),  of  Friston,  Sussex.  Matric.  1612,  'Shelwin.'  Died 
s.p.  (Vis.  of  Sussex,  1530,  1633-4.) 

SELWYN,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1565. 
Perhaps  2nd  s.  of  John,  of  Friston,  Sussex.  B.A.  from 
Queens',  1569-70.  Probably  brother  of  Thomas  (1565)  and 
perhaps  father  of  Anthony  (above). 

SELWYN,  GEORGE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Michs. 
1642.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Francis,  of  Friston,  Sussex  (and 
Penelope,  dau.  of  Sir  George  Shurley,  Lord  Chief  Justice  of 
Ireland).  Matric.  1642.  Probably  nephew  of  Anthony  (1612). 
(Vis.  of  Sussex,  1530,  1633-4.) 

SELWYN,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  May  23,  1728. 
B.  in  London.  Possibly  s.  of  John,  of  Gloucestershire.  If  so, 
M.P.  for  Whitchurch,  1734-51.  Died  June  27,  1751,  aged  42. 
(A.  B.  Beaven.) 

SELWYN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1565. 
Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Friston,  Sussex.  One  of  these 
names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1570,  from  Staple  Inn.  Probably 
brother  of  Edward  (1565). 


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Selwyn,  William 

SELWIN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  28, 
1730.  S.  of  William,  merchant,  of  Middlesex.  B.  in  London. 
School,  St  Paul's.  Matric.  1730.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
Mar.  4,  1729-30.  Barrister,  1736.  Solicitor  to  the  E.xcise, 
1745-9.  Died  June  24  (?July  4),  1749-  [Scott-Mayor,  ni. 
426;  G.  Mag.;  St  Paul's  School  Register.) 

SELWYN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  May  25, 
1749.  S.  of  Henry,  of  London.  School,  Westminster.  Matric. 
1749;  Scholar,  1750.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  July  5,  i749- 
K.C.,  1780.  M.P.  for  Whitchurch,  Hants.,  1783-90.  Married 
Frances  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Dr  John  Dodd,  of  Woodford, 
Essex.  Died  at  Richmond,  Surrey,  Aug.  21,  1817.  Buried  at 
Chislehurst,  Kent.   [A I.  Westmon.,  330.) 

SELWYN,  WILLIAM  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Jesus, 
Oct.  4,  1701.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Edward,  Knt.,  of  Friston, 
Sussex.  Matric.  1701.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  June  2, 
1702.  Died  s.p.,  Feb.  9,  1704-5.  M.I.  at  Friston.  {Sussex 
Archaeol.  Coll.,  xv.  211.) 

SEMEY,  WILLIAM.   M.Gram.  1503-4- 

SEMPER,  ALAN.    University  BedeU,  1474.    Perhaps  V.  of  Gt 

Canfield,  Essex,  1476-81.   Died  1488.   Buried  at  St  Mary's, 

Cambridge.   (Stokes,  Bedells,  65.) 

SEMPLER, .   M..\.  from  Caius,  1595  (in  ordo). 

SEMSTER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1607 

SENDALL,  see  also  SANDALL. 

SENDALL,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  24,  1604.  Of 
Cambridgeshire.  B.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1607-8.  Prob- 
ably brother  of  Robert  (1604). 

SENDALL,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Micbs.  1638. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.  Perhaps  s.  of  Robert  (1604).  B.A.  1641- 
2.   Probably  brother  of  Robert  (1635). 

SENDALL,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Lent,  1563-4; 
B.A.  1567-8;  M.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1571.  Fellow  of 
Trinity  Hall,  1570-7.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Oct.  18,  1571.  R.  of 
Cheveley,  Cambs.,  1576-1623.   Died  1623. 

SENDALL,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  24,  1604. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  1611.  R.  of  Brinkley, 
Cambs.,  1625-58.  Buried  there  Dec.  i,  1658.  Probably 
brother  of  John  (1604),  perhaps  father  of  the  next  and  of 
John  (1638). 

SENDALL,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1635. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.  Perhaps  s.  of  Robert  (above).  B.A. 
1639-40;  M.A.  1643.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  22;  priest, 
Dec.  23,  1644  (?  or  May  24,  1646).  R.  of  Carlton  with  Willing- 
ham,  Cambs.,  1650.  Buried  Aug.  26,  1665.  Probably  brother 
of  John  (1638). 

SENDEN,  see  SANDON. 

SENDERYNG  or  TENTERYNG,  JOHN,  see  TENTERING. 

SENEWYS  or  SENOWS,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1473-4;  M.A.  1477-8. 

SENHOUSE,  HUMPHREY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
May  2,  1637.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Alneburgh  HaU, 
near  Maryport,  Cumberland  (and  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Hum- 
phrey Wharton,  of  Gillingwood,  Yorks.).  B.  at  West  Gilling, 
Yorks.  School,  Holme  Cultram,  Cumberland  (private). 
Matric.  1637.  Died  s.p.,  v. p.  (Burke,  L.G.) 

SENHOUSE,  HUMPHREY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
Jan.  12,  1748-9.  S.  and  h.  of  Humphrey.  B.  at  NetherhaU, 
Cumberland.  School,  St  Bees  (Mr  Fisher).  Matric.  1748-9; 
Scholar,  1748-9;  B.A.  1753;  M.A.  1756.  Fellow  of  Pembroke, 
1756.  M.P.  for  Cockermouth,  1786-90;  for  Cumberland, 
1790-6.  Married  Catherine,  dau.  of  Thomas  Wood,  Esq.,  of 
Beadnell,  Northumberland,  1768.  Died  1814.  (P«7e,  11.  253; 
Burke,  L.G.) 

SENHOUSE,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1592. 
Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Ellenborough  (Alneburgh),  Cumber- 
land. Succeeded  his  father  as  Steward  of  the  lordships  etc., 
formerly  belonging  to  the  monastery  of  Cultram,  1605. 
Sheriff  of  Cumberland,  1628.  Married  Frances,  dau.  of 
Lancelot  Skelton,  of  Armathwaite,  Cumberland.  Died  1654. 
Brother  of  Richard  (c.  1592)  and  Simon  {c.  1592).  (Burke, 
L.G.) 

SENHOUSE,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Sx  John's,  Michs.  1616. 
Of  Cumberland.  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624;  B.D.  1632.  Fellow, 
1622.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel,  Dec.  7,  1635. 

SENHOUSE,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  8, 
1685.  S.  and  h.  of  Anthony,  gent.  Bapt.  Dec.  14,  1669,  at 
Thomhaugh,  near  Wansford,  Northants.  School,  Peter- 
borough (Mr  Waring).  Matric.  1686;  B.A.  1689-90;  M.A. 
1693.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1693.  Ord.  priest  (Hereford)  Jan. 
31,  1693-4.  V.of  Kempley,  Clones.,  1694-1760.  V.  of  Linton, 
Hereford,  1704.  Canon  of  Brecon,  1720.  Chaplain  to  Lord 
Chandos.  Died  Jan.  5, 1760.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  WiUiam 
(1688)  and  father  of  William  (1742). 


Sepherye,  Thomas 

SENHOUSE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1592. 
3rd  s.  of  John,  of  Alneburgh  (or  Ellenborough)  Hall,  Cumber- 
land. B.A.  (?  J594-5);  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1598;  B.D.  1606; 
D.D.  1622.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1598.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1600.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (London)  June  10,  1604.  V.  of 
Steeple  Bumpstead,  Essex,  1606.  R.  of  West  Cheam,  Surrey, 
1608.  Dean  of  Gloucester,  1621-4.  BishopofCarhsle,  1624-6, 
Author,  sermons.  Died  May  6,  1626.  Buried  in  Carlisle 
Cathedral.  Brother  of  the  next  and  of  Peter  (c.  1592). 
{D.N.B.) 

SENHOUSE,  SIMON.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1592. 
Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  John,  of  Ellenborough,  Cumberland. 
'Murdered  near  Dovenby'  by  Skelton  of  Armathwaite. 
Brother  of  Richard  (above)  and  Peter  (c.  1592).  (Burke, 
L.G.) 

SENHOUSE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Aug.  13,  1550.  Of  'Sestarum'  (?  S.  Owram),  Yorks.  Matric. 
1550,  'Synowes.'  Left  in  1552.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
1551- 

SENHOUSE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Sept.  26,  1634.  S.  of  John,  Esq.,  of  Seascales,  Gosforth, 
Cumberland.  B.  there.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1634; 
B.A.  1637-8. 

SENHOUSE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  Sx  John's, 
June  II,  1688.  3rd  s.  of  Anthony,  gent.  Bapt.  Feb.  26, 1673-4, 
at  Thomhaugh,  Northants.  School,  St  Bees,  CumberlcUid. 
Matric.  1688.   Brother  of  Peter  (1685). 

SENHOUSE,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1742.  S.  of 
Peter  (1685),  of  Linton,  Hereford,  clerk.  Matric.  (Trinity 
College,  Oxford)  Mar.  21,  1729-30,  age  16;  B.A.  (New  College, 
Oxford)  1733.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1733-4.  {Al. 
Oxon.) 

SENIOR  or  SEIGNIOR,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1659;  scholar  from  Westminster.  Of  London.  B.A. 
1662-3;  M.A.  1666;  B.D.  1673;  D.D.  1678.  Fellow,  1664. 
Signed  for  deacon  (London)  Dec.  16,  1664.  Ord.  priest 
(Ireland,  by  Bishop  of  Derry);  'chaplain  to  the  Bishop.* 
Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Burlington.  V.  of  St  Michael's, 
Cambridge.  Died  in  London,  Oct.  15,  1678.  WUl  proved 
(V.C.C).   (Al.  Westmon.) 

SENIOR,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  19, 
1675.  S.  of  George,  of  Skelbrook,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School, 
Wakefield.  Matric.  1675;  LL.B.  1680.  Probably  of  Mirfield; 
took  a  lease  of  Newland  Hall,  Wakefield,  1703.  Married 
Mary  Clarke,  of  Warmfield,  Wakefield,  Jan.  23,  1^2.  (M.  H. 
Peacock.) 

SENIOR,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Sx  John's,  Michs. 
1587.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Aug.  16,  1597;  of 
Dorset,  gent. 

SENIOR,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1626  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of  Essex. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Robert,  Merchant  Taylor.  B.  Sept.  1599. 
School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  (University  CoUege, 
Oxford)  Oct.  23,  1618,  age  16  (sic);  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1624. 
V.  of  Feering,  Essex,  1628-c.  44;  sequestered,  restored,  1660. 

SENIOR  or  SONYER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Caius, 
Nov.  3,  1581.  S.  of  John.  B.  in  London.  School,  Birstall, 
Yorks. 

SENIOR,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  13, 
1634.  S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Dodworth,  Yorks.  B.  there. 
School,  Worsborough,  Yorks.  (Mr  Shaw).  Matric.  1634; 
B.A.  1638-9;  M.A.  1642.  Perhaps  of  Dodworth,  clerk,  and 
father  of  Thomas  (1672). 

SENIOR,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1646; 
scholar  from  Westminster,  1647.  B.  in  London.  B.A.  1649- 
50;  M.A.  1653;  B.D.  1660.  Fellow,  1650.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1655.  Lecturer  at  Holy  Trinity,  Cambridge;  ejected,  in  1662. 
Afterwards  a  nonconformist  preacher  at  Hackney.  {Al. 
Westmon.;  Calamy,  i.  216.) 

SENIOR,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  i, 
1672.  S.  of  Thomas  (?  1634),  clerk,  of  Dodworth,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  Wakefield.   Matric.  1672;  M.B.  1677. 

SENNOCK,  JOHN.  Pens,  at  Gonville  Hall,  1520-5.  Monk 
from  Lewes  Priory.  B.D.  1522-3;  D.D.  1527.  Studied  arts 
and  theology  9  years  here  and  18  months  at  Oxford. 
Pensioned  at  the  surrender  of  the  Priory,  Nov.  16,  1537. 
V.  of  Kemsing,  Kent,  1542-S.   {Venn,  i.  25.) 

SENNOW,  JOHN.  B.D.  1511-2.  Franciscan  friar.  D.D.  1526-7. 

SENTER,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1564. 
Licensed  to  practise  surgery,  1566. 

SENY  or  SEYNEY,  EDWARD.  M.A.  from  Queens',  1603. 
Perhaps  of  Warficld,  Berks.,  clerk.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1654; 
Seney. 

SEPHERYE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1568;  B.A.  from  Caius,  1574-5. 


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SEPPENS,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Petermouse,  Jan.  19, 
i66a-i.  Of  Norfolk.  Perhaps  s.  of  Robert  (below).  School, 
Scarning.  Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1664-5;  Scholar,  1666;  M.A. 
1668.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Mar.  1672-3.  V.  of  'Hocham,' 
Norfolk,  1673-9.  R.  of  Norton,  1678.  R.  of  Scoulton,  1678- 
91.   R.  of  Causton,  1681-91.  Died  1691.   {T.  A.  Walker.) 

SEPPENS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  June  17, 
1625.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Rudham,  Norfolk.  School, 
'Helminton.'  Matric.  1625.  Migrated  to  Christ's,  Nov.  11, 
1628.  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632.  C.  of  St  Christopher-le- 
Stocks,  1637.  R.  of  East  Bradenham,  Norfolk,  1637-61. 
R.  of  Snetterton,  1659-68.  R.  of  Knapton,  1661-82;  of 
Hingham,  1668-82.  Author,  theological.  Died  1682.  Perhaps 
father  of  Charles  (above).   (Peile,  i.  394;  D.N.B.) 

SERANK,  see  SEARANK. 

SERES,  WILLIAM,  see  SEAR. 

SERGEANT,  DEGORY.  M.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1724.  S.  of 
Degory,  of  Eastcott,  Devon.  Matric.  (Exeter  College,  Oxford) 
Mar.  20,  1704-5,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1708-9.  V.  of  Down 
Ampney,  Gloucs.,  1710-4.  V.  of  Quethiock,  Cornwall,  1712- 
25.  Died  before  Oct.  7,  1725.  Admon.  (Exeter)  1725.  (Al. 
Oxon.) 
SARJANT,   JOHN.     B.A.    1481-2;   M.A.    1485;   B.D.    1495-6. 

Fellow  of  Queens',  1490-1503.   Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1503. 
SERGIANT,  JOHN.    Of  Jesus.    Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Nov.  1577, 

age  23. 
SERGEANT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Mar.  22, 
1636-7.  S.  of  Thomas,  barber.  B.  at  Bury  St  Edmimds. 
School,  Bury  (Mr  Dickinson).  Matric.  1637;  Scholar,  1640-2; 
B.A.  1640-1. 
SERGEANT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  12, 
1639.  S.  of  William,  yeoman,  of  Barrow-upon-Humber, 
Lines.  B.  there,  1622.  School,  Barton,  Lines,  (private). 
Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1642-3.  Secretary  to  Thomas  Morton, 
Bishop  of  Durham.  Became  a  Romanist.  Studied  theology 
at  the  English  CoUege  at  Lisbon;  ord.  priest  there.  Joined 
the  English  mission,  1652.  Controversial  WTiter.  Died  1707. 
{D.N.B.) 
SERGEANT,  PETER  (?PEYRS).  B.A.  from  Jesus,  1577-8, 
'Peres  Seriant.'  B.  at  Biilesdon,  Leics.,  c.  1558.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  Apr.  1;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1578,  age  23.  C.  of  Kibworth, 
Leics.,  in  1585.  V.  of  Barston,  1598.  Will  (Leicester)  1618. 
SARGENT,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1625. 
Of  Lancashire.  Probably  of  Stand,  gent.  Buried  at  Prest- 
wich.  Lanes.,  May  29,  1661. 
SERJEANT,  RALPH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  26, 
1720-1.  Of  Surrey.  Matric.  1721;  B.A.  1724-5.  Ord.  priest 
(Norwich)  Mar.  1731-2.  R.  of  Waxham,  Norfolk,  1733-69. 
Died  in  the  Strand,  London,  Aug.  8,  1769.  Perhaps  brother 
of  Thomas  (1703).  (G.  Mag.) 
SARGEANT  or  SARGEN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Mag- 
dalene, Easter,  1632;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A. 1640.  Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  25,  1636;  priest,  June  4,  1637. 
SARGEANT,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1664  (Incorp.  from  All  Souls, 
Oxford).  S.  and  h.  of  WiUiam,  of  Gloucester,  gent.  Matric. 
(Christ  Church,  Oxford)  Apr.  18,  1651;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1656-7;  M.A.  1658;  B.C.L.,  1661;  D.C.L.  1666.  FeUow  of 
All  Souls.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  17,  1655.  Died  1708, 
aged  75.  One  of  these  names,  of  Gray's  Inn,  married 
Hannah,  dau.  of  John  Cjirill,  of  Chatteris,  Cambs.,  Sept.  26, 
1667.  {Al.  Oxen.) 
SARGEANT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Clare,  Apr.  23,  1675.  Of 
Dublin.  S.  of  John.  Matric.  1675.  Adm.  at  Trinity  College, 
Dublin,  May  27,  1669,  age  about  15.  Aftenvards  of  New 
England,  'B.A.'  {Al.  Dublin.) 
SERGEANT,  THOMAS  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  21, 
1703.  Of  Surrey.  Matric.  1704.  Perhaps  brother  of  Ralph 
(1720). 
SERJEANT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter, 
1619.  Probably  matric.  (Trinity  CoUege,  Oxford)  Oct.  15, 
1619,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1622;  M.A.  1625.  R.  of  Hitcham, 
Bucks.,  1629;  there  in  1650.  Probably  father  of  the  next. 
{Al.  Oxon.;  Lipscomb,  in.  282.) 
SERGEANT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1658.  Probably  s.  of  WiUiam  (above).  B.  at  Hitcham, 
Bucks.,  1641.  Matric.  1658;  B.A.  1661-2;  M.A.  1665;  B.D. 
1672.  FeUow,  1661-71.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  20,  1662;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1663.  C.  of 
St  Edward's,  Cambridge,  1667.  R.  of  Fyfield,  Hants.,  1671-7. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  West  Itchener,  Sussex,  1662-99. 
(Al.  Oxon.) 

SERGENT, .  Scholar  of  Christ's.  B.A.  1535-6. 

SERJANSON,  see  also  SARGENSON. 

SERJANSON, .  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1522-3. 


Settle,  Thomas 

SERMON,  WILLIAM.  M.D.  1670  {LU.  Reg.).  Practised  at 
Bristol  during  the  plague,  1666-9.  Attended  George  Monck, 
Duke  of  Albemarle,  for  dropsy  and  claimed  to  have  cured 
him,  1669.  Physician  in  ordinary  to  Charles  II.  Married 
Edith  Davies,  spinster,  of  St  Margaret,  Lothbury,  1678. 
Author,  medical.  Died  1679.  Wm(P.C.C.)  1679-80.  {D.N.B.; 
H.  B.  Swanzy.) 
SEROCOLD  or  SOROCOLD,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at 
Caius,  May  9,  1645.  S.  of  George,  gent.  B.  at  Ashton-in- 
Makerfield,  Lanes.  School,  Winwick  (Mr  Pickering).  Matric. 
1645;  Scholar,  1645-8.  Probably  died  young.  Brother  of 
James  (1645).  {Venn,  i.  357.) 
SEROCOLD   or   SOROCOLD,   GEORGE.     Adm.   FeU.-Com.   at 

Emmanuel,  May  15,  1684.  Of  Lancashire. 

SEROCOLD  or  SOROCOLD,  JAMES.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at 

Caius,  May  9,  1645.    S.  of  George,  gent.    B.  at  Ashton-in- 

Makerfield,  Lanes.  School,  Win  wick  (Mr  Pickering).  Matric. 

1645.    Brother  of  George  (1645).    {Chetham  Soc,  lxxxviii. 

176.) 

SEROCOLD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  23, 

1620.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  London,  mercer.   Matric.  1620;  B.A. 

1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  R.  of  Creedy,  ComwaU.  {Vis.  of  London, 

1634) 

SOROCOLD,  MICHAEL.   M.A.  from  Jesus,  1695.  S.  of  James, 

of  Leigh,  Lanes.  Matric.  (Brasenose  CoUege,  Oxford)  Mar.  20, 

1684-5,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1688.    One  of  these  names 

of  Goring,  Sussex,  clerk;  wiU  (Chichester)  1703.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SEROCOLD,   RALPH.    Adm.  sizar  (age   i7)   at   Peterhouse, 

Jan.  7,   1703-4.    S.  of  Walter,  of  Cherrj'  Hinton,  Cambs. 

School,  Cherry  Hinton.  Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1707-8;  Scholar, 

1708;  M.A.  1711.    Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  21,  1712;  priest, 

Dec.  20,  1713.    Perhaps  R.  of  Walkington,  Yorks.    (Burke, 

L.G.;  T.A.  Walker,  211.) 

SEROCOLD,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  21, 

1588.   Matric.  1588. 
SOROCOLD,  THOMAS.    M.A.  1597  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).    Of 
Lancashire.  Probably  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Manchester.  B.  there, 
1561.    Matric.  (Brasenose  CoUege,  Oxford)  July  18,   1580, 
age  18;  B.A.  1582-3;  M.A.  1585.   R.  of  St  Mildred  Poultry, 
Lx)ndon,  1590-1617.  Author,  reUgious.  Buried  at  St  Mildred 
Poultry,  Dec.  12,  1617.   WiU  proved,  Jan.  12,  1617-8.    {Al. 
Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 
SEROCOLD,  WALTER.   Adm.  pens,  (age  i7)  at  Peterhouse, 
Feb.  2,  1738-9.   S.  of  Thomas,  of  Middlesex,  and  nephew  of 
Ralph    (1703-4).     B.    1720.     School,    Bishop's    Stortford. 
Matric.  1740;  Scholar,  1740;  B.A.  1742-3;  M.A.  1746.   Ord. 
deacon   (Lincoln)   Sept.   25,    1743;    priest,  Sept.   22,   1745. 
V.  of  Fulboume  AU  Saints,  Cambs.    R.  of  Chignal  Smealy, 
Essex.    R.  of  Polstead,  Suffolk,   1750-7.    Sequestrator  of 
Cherry  Hinton,  Cambs.,   1758-89.    Lord  of  the  Manor  of 
Hinton  UphaU.  Died  Nov.  24,  1784  (?  1789).  {T.  A.  Walker, 
276;  Burke,  L.G.;  Musgrave.) 
SERRIER,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Nov.  22, 
1698.    S.  of  Charles.    School,  Westminster.    Matric.  1698; 
Scholar,  1702;  B.A.  1702-3.   Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  4, 
1721. 
SERTON  or  SARTAIN,  RALPH,  see  SARTAIN. 
SERVYNGTON,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1549.   Probably  scholar  of  Trinity,  1551. 
SERVINGTON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1557. 
SERVINGTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Sept.  1613. 

Of  Huntingdonshire.  Matric.  1614. 
SETHELL  or  SETTLE,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus, 
Easter,  1575.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1577-8;  M.A.  1581; 
LL.D.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1588.  FeUow  of  Corpus  Christi, 
1586-97.  Official  of  the  archdeaconry  of  Norwich  and 
Commissary  to  the  Bishop,  1595.  Died  1597.  WiU  proved 
(V.C.C.)  1598.  {Cooper,  11.  243-) 
SETTLE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Nov.  9, 
1747.  S.  of  Thomas  (1707-8).  B.  at  Swainstead,  near 
Giggleswick,  Yorks.  School,  Giggleswick.  Matric.  1748; 
Scholar,  1748;  B.A.  1752.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  24, 1752; 
'C.  of  Giggleswick';  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  1757.  C.  of 
Wangford,  Suffolk.  Probably  died  Mar.  6,  i777.  {G.  Mag.; 
Peile,  11.  251.) 
SETTLE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1575. 
Ordained  by  Bishop  Freake,  of  Norwich.  Perhaps  R.  of 
Westfield,  Norfolk,  1579.  Minister  at  Boxted,  Suffolk. 
Charged  before  Archbishop  Whitgif t  with  erroneous  doctrines, 
and  imprisoned,  1586-92.  Joined  the  Brownists'  congrega- 
tion in  London;  again  arrested  and  imprisoned,  1593. 
R.  of  Bamingham  Winter,  Norfolk,  1596-1614.  R.  of  Mat- 
lask,  in  1601.  Probably  the  author  of  Tho.  Settle,  his  Cate- 
chisme.  {Cooper,  11.  402;  D.N.B.,  where  there  is  no  further 
record  of  him  after  his  imprisonment  in  1593.) 


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SETTLE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i8)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  9, 
1707-8.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Swainstead,  near  Giggleswick, 
Yorks.  Matric.  1708;  Scholar,  1708-9;  B.A.  1711-2.  Ord. 
deacon  (Carlisle)  Mar.  1714-5;  pnest  (York)  Dec.  1716.  C.  of 
Wakefield,  1716-37.  Father  of  Robert  (i  747)-   {Petle.ii.  lOg.) 

SETTON,  JOHN,  see  SEATON. 

SEVELL,  ROBERT,  see  SAVILE. 

SEVENICROFT  or  SAMCROFT,  DENNIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  St 
Catharine's,  Apr.  14,  1670.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1673-4; 
M.A.  1677.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1679.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  19,  1675.  V.  of  Flowton,  Suffolk,  1681.  V.  of  Chattis- 
ham,  1682.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SEVERNE,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1651  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  and 
h.  of  John,  of  Powick,  Worcester,  gent.  Bapt.  Apr.  28,  1620, 
at  Powick.  Matnc.  (Christ  Church,  Oxford)  Nov.  23,  1638, 
age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1642;  M.A.  1645;  Student;  expelled, 
1650;  restored,  1660.  Died  unmarried,  Sept.  6,  1698.  Buried 
in  Worcester  Cathedral.   {Al.  Oxon.;  Burke,  L.G.) 

SEWARD,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Nov.  2,  1721.  S.  of  John,  steward  to  Lord  Windsor.  B.  at 
Badsey,  Worcs.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1721.  Brother 
of  Francis  (1720)  and  Thomas  (1727). 

SEAWARD,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  26,  1655. 
Of  Hereford.  Matric.  1656;  Scholar,  1657;  B.A.  1658-9. 
Signed  for  priest's  orders  (London)  Sept.  21,  1672.  Probably 
C.  of  Kensington,  Middlesex,  c.  1670;  will  (P.C.C.)  1716; 
Seward.  Doubtless  father  of  John  (1695).  (Lysons,  Environs, 
III.  I95-) 

SEWARD,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  June  i8, 
1720.  4th  s.  of  John,  of  Badsey,  Evesham,  Worcs.  School, 
Westminster.  Matric.  1720;  Scholar,  1721;  B.A.  1723-4', 
M.A.  1727.  .'^dm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  3,  1726.  Ord. 
priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  25,  1728.  R.  of  Babingley  and  Sand- 
ringham,  Norfolk,  1731-2.  R.  of  West  Newton,  1731-2- 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1727)  and  Benjamin  (1721). 

SEWARD,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 
1622;  LL.B.  1622.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1643. 

SEWARD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  May  28, 
1695.  S.  of  Charles  (1655),  of  Kensington,  London.  B.  there. 
School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1695;  Scholar,  1696.  Buried 
at  St  Michael's,  Cambridge,  Dec.  17,  1696. 

SEWARD,  RICHARD.  'M.A.  of  Cambridge';  Supp.  for  incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1578. 

SEWARD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  John's,  June  17,  1727. 
S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Worcestershire.  B.  1708,  at  Badsey, 
Worcs.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1727;  B.A.  1730-1; 
M.A.  1734.  Ord.  deacon  (Salisbury)  Dec.  19,  1731;  priest 
(Rochester)  May  20,  1732.  R.  of  Llanmaes,  Glamorgan, 
1733-40.  Perhaps  chaplain  in  the  Navy,  i739-  R-  of  Eyam, 
Derbs.,  1740.  R.  of  Kingsley,  Staffs.,  i747-  Preb.  of  Lich- 
field, 1755-90.  Preb.  of  Salisbury,  1755-90.  Acquainted  with 
Dr  Johnson,  whom  he  frequently  entertained  at  Lichfield. 
Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Rev.  John  Hunter,  of  Lichfield. 
Author,  religious  and  poetical.  Died  Mar.  4,  1790,  aged  82. 
Will,  P.C.C.  Father  of  the  poetess,  brother  of  Francis  (1720) 
and  Benjamin  (1721).   {D.N.B.;  Scott-Mayor,  in.  404.) 

SEWARD,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1710.  S.  of 
William,  of  Hereford.  Matric.  (Brasenose  College,  Oxford) 
Aug.  2,  1695,  age  15;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1699.  V.  of  Vowchurch, 
Hereford,  1704.  R.  of  Llandewi  Skirrid,  Monmouth,  1717. 
R.  of  Llangunider,  Brecon,  1729.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SEWDER  or  SUDAR,  SIMON.  B.A.  1528-9. 

SEWELL,  CUTHBERT.    Adm.  pens,   (age   17)   at  St  John's, 
July  2,  1726.    S.  of  Joseph,  tax-collector,  of  Cumberland. 
B.  at  Carlisle.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1726;  B.A.  1729-30; 
M.A.  1733.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  22,  1729-30.   Chap- 
lain in  the  Navy,  1730.    R.  of  Southery,  Norfolk,  1738-87. 
V.  of  Middleton,  1743-58.   R.  of  Gunthorpe,  1758-87.   R.  of 
Bale,  1758.   Buried  at  Holy  Trinity,  Chester,  Nov.  4,  1787. 
SEWELL,  DAVID.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  July  14,  1615. 
S.   of   Matthew,    blacksmith,   of   East   Dereham,    Norfolk. 
School,  East  Dereham  (Mr  Rising).   Matric.  1615. 
SEWELL,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1574; 
B.A.  1577-8;  M.A.  1581.  Ord.  deacon  (Carlisle)  Apr.  8,  1582; 
of  Caldbeck,  Cumberland,  M.A. 
SEWEL,  FORRESTER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 
29,  1693.    S.  of  John,  shipmaster,  of  Coleraine.    B.  there. 
School,  Sedbergh.   Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1696-7.   Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  June  19,  1698. 
SEWELL,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1602.   Of  Essex.   B.A.  1604-5.   Buried  at  St  Benet's,  Cam- 
bridge, Jan.  26,  1605-6. 
SEWELL,  GEORGE.   .\dm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse,  June 
25,   1706.    S.  of  John,  of  Windsor,  Berks.    School,  Eton. 
Matric.  1706;  B.A.  1709-10.   Studied  medicine  at  Leyden. 


Seycill,  William 

M.D.  (Edinburgh).  Practised  in  London  for  a  time.  After- 
wards a  political  pamphleteer.  Author,  miscellaneous.  Died 
Feb.  8,  1725-6,  at  Hampstead,  in  great  poverty.   {D.N.B.) 

SEWELL,  HARDWICK.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Christ's, 
July  3,  1733.  S.  of  Thomas  (by  his  1st  wife  Elizabeth,  dau. 
of  Richard  Hardwick,  of  Spalding,  Lines.).  B.  at  Gt  Kenny, 
Essex.  School,  Lavenham  (Mr  Smithies).  Matric.  i733;  B.A. 
173&-7;  M.A.  1741.  Brotherof  Thomas  (1719-20)-  {Morant, 
II-  273) 

SEWELL,  HUGH.  B.A.  1531-2;  M.A.  1534.  Fellow  of  Christ's, 
1532-7.  Probably  B.D.  and  D.D.  (Oxford)  {Supp.  for)  1561, 
Preb.  of  Carlisle,  1549-85.  R.  of  Caldbeck,  Cumberland, 
1560.  Died  1585.   {Peile,  i.  15;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SEWELL,  JOHN.  B.A.  1497-8;  M.A.  1501. 
SEWELL,   JOHN.     Matric.   pens,   from   King's,   Michs.    1570. 
Lay  clerk  at  King's  CoUege  Chapel.  One  of  these  names,  M.A., 
ord.  priest  (Carlisle)  Mar.  25,  1576.   Perhaps  R.  of  Horham, 
Suffolk,  1575-91- 
SEWELL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  July  1,  1671. 
S.  of  John.    B.  in  London.    School,  Westminster.    Matric. 
1671.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Aug.  27,  1672.   {PeiU,  11. 
38.) 
SEWELL,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  30,  1637. 

Of  Rutland.  B.A.  1640-1. 
SEWELL,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  July  i, 
1686.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Buntingford.  School,  Bunting- 
ford  (Mr  England).  Matric.  1687;  Scholar,  1689;  B.A.  1689- 
90.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  May,  1692;  priest  (London) 
June  11,  1693.   {Peile,  11.  102-3.) 

SEWALL,  ROBERT.  M.Gram.  1495-6. 

SEWELL,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1498-9.  Of  Carlisle  diocese.  M.A. 
1502.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1498.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Dec.  19,  1500;  priest.  Mar.  6,  1500-1.  R.  of  Leyboume,  Kent, 
1510-27.  Perhaps  preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1512-27.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1527. 

SEWELL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
Mar.  24,  1719-20.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Gt  Henny,  Essex. 
B.  at  Lavenham,  Suffolk.  Died  Nov.  1721,  aged  19.  M.I.  at 
Gt  Henny.  Brother  of  Hardwick  (i733)-  (Morant,  11. 
273-) 

SEWELL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  22, 
1740.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Earls  Colne,  Essex.  School,  Earls 
Colne  (Mr  Stringer).  Matric.  1740-1;  Scholar,  1740.  Adm. 
at  the  Inner  Temple,  June  4,  1741- 

SEWEL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Feb.  10, 
1747-8.  S.  of  William,  weaver,  of  Norwich.  B.  at  Langley, 
Norfolk.  School,  Norwich.  Matric.  1748-9;  Scholar,  1748- 
52;  B.A.  1752.  Obtained  the  College  testimonial  for  deacon's 
orders,  July  7,  1752.  Died  Aug.  22,  1752.  M.I.  at  St  Martin- 
in-Palace  churchyard,  Norwich.  (Venn,  11.  61.) 

SEWSMITH, .   B.A.  1524-5- 

SEWSTER,  GEORGE.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Pembroke, 
Easter,  1628.  S.  and  h.  of  Edward,  of  Cheapside,  London, 
Esq.  Bapt.  May  10,  1612,  at  St  Vedast's.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Nov.  21,  1632. 

SEWSTER,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1641. 
Of  Suffolk.   Probably  brother  of  the  next. 

SEWSTER,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1637. 
Of  Suffolk.  B.A.  1640-1.  Perhaps  of  Raveley,  Hunts.; 
knighted,  June  27,  1664.   Probably  brother  of  John  (above). 

SEWSTER,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1572; 
B.A.  1575-6. 

SEWSTER,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens', 
Easter,  1611.  Of  Suffolk. 

SEXTON  or  SEKSTAN,  J.  Fined  for  non-graduation  (Law  or 
Div.)  1462-3.  One  John  Sextun,  LL.D.,  from  Brabant,  R.  of 
Eaglescliffe,  Durham,  and  of  Haccombe,  Devon.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1519;  as  of  St  Gregory's,  London. 

SEXTON,  JOHN.  B.Civ.L.  1534-5- 

SEXTON,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1632-3. 

SEXTON,  RICHARD,  see  ARGENTINE. 

SEXTON, .  B.A.  1461-2. 

SEY,  see  SAY. 

SEYCILL,  see  also  CECIL. 

SEYCILL  or  CECIL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Caius, 
Feb.  20,  1666-7.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Hereford  (?  Herts.). 
B.  in  London.  School,  Walthara  Abbey.  Matric.  1667; 
Scholar,  1667-74;  B.A.  1670-1;  M.A.  1674-  R-  oi  St  Michael 
Coslany,  Norwich.  1676-1715-  Buried  there  Oct.  9,  1715. 
Will  proved  (Norwich  C.  C.)  I7i5-   (Venn,  1.  429.) 

SEYGAR,  see  SEAGAR. 


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Sevliard,  Edward 

SEYLIARD,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall, 
Michs.  1555.  Perhaps  s.  of  Eustace,  of  Flemings-in-Runwell, 
Essex.  Perhaps  knighted,  July  23,  1603.  Died  June  5,  1610. 
{Morant,  1.  140.) 

SYLIARDE  or  SULYARD,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from 
Pembroke,  c.  1590.  Probably  s.  of  Edward  (above),  of 
Essex;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  3,  1591,  Sulyarde.  One 
of  these  names  (Sulyard)  knighted,  Nov.  11,  1618.  Probably 
brother  of  WiUiam  {c.  1590). 

SEYLIARD,  FRANCIS.  .\dm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  5, 
1642-3.  S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.,  of  Delaware,  Kent.  School, 
Kenthatch  (Mr  Knight).  Matric.  1644;  B.A.  (?  1647-8);  M. A. 
from  Caius,  1651.  Fellow  of  Sidney,  1649-50;  intruded 
Fellow  of  Caius,  1650-4.  R.  of  Moulton,  Suffolk,  1657-76. 
V.  of  Mayfield,  Sussex,  1663-4.  Died  Dec.  26,  1676.  Brother 
of  John  (1631)  and  Thomas  (1631).  (Venn,  i.  378;  Le  Neve, 
Mon.,  IV.  173.) 

SYLIERD,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1568; 
B.A.  1571-2;  M.A.  1575.  Probably  R.  of  Addington,  Kent, 
1583-1615;  R.  of  Ightham,  1586-1616.  Buried  at  Addington, 
Jan.  19,  1615-6.  Will,  P.C.C. 

SEYLYARD,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1605,  Seilyard.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  John,  of  Ightham,  Kent, 
Bart.  {sic).  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1606.  Died  1641. 
{Inner  Temple  Admissions.) 

SEYLIARD,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  30,  1611. 
Matric.  1611;  B.A.  1614-5;  M.A.  1618;  D.D.  1661  {Lit.  Reg.). 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  12;  priest,  Mar.  13,  1619-20. 
R.  of  Tostock,  Sufiolk,  1625-36.  R.  of  Quidenham,  Norfolk, 
1636. 

SEYLIARD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  July  2, 
1631.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  Esq.,  of  Delaware,  and  of  Chid- 
dingstone,  Kent.  School,  Kenthatch  (Mr  Knight).  Matric. 
1631.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1633-4.  M.P.  for  Kent, 
1654-5  and  1656-8.  Created  Bart.,  June  18,  1661.  Of 
Brasted,  Kent.  Married  Mary  Glover.  Buried  at  Edenbridge, 
Kent,  Dec.  19,  1667.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1631)  and  Francis 
(1642-3),  father  of  Thomas  (1667).   {G.E.C.,  in.  218.) 

SILLIARD,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1578. 

SYLLIARD,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1618;  B.A.  1622;  M.A.  1625.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  20; 
priest,  Sept.  21,  1623.  V.  of  Tenterden,  Kent,  1627. 

SELIYARD,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1633;  Scholar,  1634;  B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640. 

SYLYARDE,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1528-9.  Doubtless  s.  of  Thomas, 
of  Delaware,  Kent.  M.A.  1532;  B.D.  1544.  Fellow  of  St 
John's,  1528.  R.  of  Brasted,  Kent,  1537.  {Misc.  Gen.  et 
Her.,  2nd  S.,  i.  10.) 

SYLIARD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Clare,  Michs. 
1564. 

SEYLIARD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  July  2, 
1631.  S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.,  of  Delaware,  Kent.  School, 
Kenthatch  (Mr  Knight).  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A. 
1638.  Fellow.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  9,  1639.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Runwell,  Essex,  1660-7.  Died  1667.  Brother  of  John 
(1631)  and  Francis  (1642-3). 

SYLLYARD  or  SULYARD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at 
Pembroke,  Mar.  2,  1641-2.  3rd  s.  of  Thomjis,  of  Flemings, 
Essex,  and  probably  nephew  of  Edward  {c.  1590).  B.  at 
Runwell,  Essex.   Matric.  1642.   {Essex  Pedigrees,  718.) 

SEYLIARD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1646.  Of  Kent.  Incorp.  B.A.  at  Oxford,  1648;  M.A.  (Oxford) 
1651.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Chiddingstone,  Kent,  1647- 
62,  ejected.  R.  of  Deal;  ejected,  1662.  Perhaps  father  of 
Thomas  (1676). 

SILLIARD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  25,  1649. 
Of  Canterbury.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Penshurst, 
Kent,  barrister.  Matric.  1649.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
1649-50.  Of  Penshurst,  Kent.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of 
Richard  Holman,  of  Pendhill,  Bletchingly,  Surrey,  c.  1654. 
Will  proved,  Feb.  7,  1673-4.  Perhaps  father  of  Thomas 
(1686).   (F.  C.  Cass,  Monken  Hadley,  92.) 

SEYLIARD  or  SYLIARD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from 
Sidney,  Michs.  1667.  S.and  h.  of  Sir  John  (1631),  of  Brasted, 
Kent,  Bart.  M.A.  1669.  Succeeded  his  father  as  2nd  Bart., 
Dec.  1667.  Married  (i)  Frances,  dau.  of  Henry  Wyatt,  of 
Boxley  Abbey,  Kent,  deceased;  (2)  Margaret,  dau.  of  Philip, 
Baron  Wharton.  Buried  at  Edenbridge,  May  4,  1692. 
{G.E.C.,  III.  218.) 

SEYLIARD,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  13,  1676. 

Of  Kent.  S.  of ,  clerk,  deceased  (perhaps  Thomas  (1646), 

R.  of  Chiddingstone).  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1679-80;  Scholar, 
1680. 

SEYLIARD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Oct.  27,  1686. 
S.  of  John,  of  Penshurst,  Kent.  Perhaps  M.B.  1689.  Matric. 


Seymour,  John 

(University  College,  Oxford)  July  23,   1684,  age  17.    (Al. 
Oxon.;  F.  C.  Cass,  Monken  Hadley,  makes  Thos.  Seyliard, 
M.B.,  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Penshurst.) 
SILLIARD,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's, 

Michs.  1575- 
SYLIARDE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  c.  1590. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Eustace,  of  Flemings,  Essex,  and  brother  of 
Edward  (c.  1590). 
SEYMOUR,  BERKELEY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1702.    2nd  s.  of  Colonel  John  Seymour.    B.  in   London. 
Matric.  Lent,  1702-3;  B.A.  1706-7;  M.A.  1710.  Fellow,  1706. 
Senior  Proctor,  1728-9.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  27, 
1704-5.   Called  to  the  Bar,  1711.   Lived  for  many  years  at 
Bitton,  Gloucs.  Died  Oct.  1744.   {Harwood.) 
SEYMOUR,  CHARLES.    Educated  at  Trinity.    S.  of  Charles, 
2nd  Baron  Seymour,  of  Trowbridge  (by  his  2nd  wife  Eliza- 
beth, dau.  of  William,  1st  Baron  Alington,  of  KiUard).    B. 
Aug.  12,  1662.    Succeeded  his  brother  Francis  as  Duke  of 
Somerset,  Earl  of  Hertford,  etc.,  Apr.  20,  1678.    Generally 
known  as  'the  proud  Duke.'    Lord-Lieutenant  of  the  East 
Riding,  Yorks.,  1682-7,  and  of  Somerset,  1683-7.  Gentleman 
of  the  Bedchamber,  1683-7.   K.G.,  1684.  Took  up  arms  for 
the  Prince  of  Orange,  1688.    Chancellor  of  the  University, 
1 689-1 748.    Speaker  of  the  House  of  Lords,   1690.    Lord 
President  of  the  Council  and  a  Lord  of  Trade,  1702.   Privy 
Councillor.     Master   of   the   Horse,    1702-12    and    i7i4-5- 
D.C.L.  (Oxford)  1702.   A  Commissioner  for  the  Union,  1706. 
Married  (i)  Elizabeth,  Countess  of  Ogle,  dau.  of  Joceline 
Percy,  Earl  of  Northumberland ;  (2)  Charlotte,  dau.  of  Daniel 
Finch,  Earl  of  Winchelsea.    Died  Dec.  2,  1748.    Buried  in 
Salisbury  Cathedral.  Father  of  Lord  Percy  (1714)-  {D.N.B.; 
G.E.C.) 
SEYMOUR,  EDWARD.    Educated  at  Oxford  and  Cambridge. 
S.  of  Sir  John,  of  Wolfhall  and  Chadham,  Wilts.  B.  c.  1500. 
Served  in  the  wars  with  France.    Knighted,  Nov.  1,  1523. 
Created  Viscount  Beauchamp  of  Hache,  Somerset,  June  5, 
1536.    Privy  Councillor,   1537.    Created  Earl  of  Hertford, 
Oct.   18,   1537.    K.G.,   1541.    Lord  High  Admiral,   1542-3- 
Lord    Great    Chamberlain,    1543-7-     Prominent    in    many 
important   military   and   political  events.    Created  Baron 
Seymour,  Feb.  15,  1546-7;  Duke  of  Somerset,  Feb.  16,  1546- 
7.   Lord  Protector  of  the  Realm,  1547-9-   Chancellor  of  the 
University,    1547.     High   Steward   of   the   town,    1547-52. 
Lord-Lieutenant  of  Bucks.,  and  of  Berks.,  1551.    Married 
(i)  Catherine,  dau.  of  Sir  William  Fillor,  of  Horton,  Dorset; 
(2)  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  Edward  Stanhope,  of  Shelford,  Notts. 
Beheaded   for   treason   on   Tower   Hill,   Jan.    22,    155 1-2. 
Buried  in  the  Chapel  of  St  Peter-ad-Vincula.    Father  of 
Edward  (1571).   {Cooper,  i.  107;  D.N.B.;  G.E.C.) 
SEMER,  EDWARD.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1564.  Probably  4th  s.  of  Edward,  Earl  of  Hertford,  and  Duke 
of  Somerset.    B.  1548.    M.A.  1567.    Died  1574-    Probably 
brother  of  the  next. 
SEYMOUR,   EDWARD.    M.A.   1571.    S.  of  Edward,   E^tri  of 
Hertford,  and  Duke  of  Somerset.    Educated  with  Prince 
Edward,  and  knighted  at  his  coronation,  Feb.  20,  1546-7. 
Became  de  jure  Duke  of  Somerset,  1552,  but  forfeited  his 
title  and  estates  in  the  same  year  through  the  malice  of  his 
father's  enemies.    Created  Baron  Beauchamp,  and  Earl  of 
Hertford,  Jan.  13,  1558-9.    Secretly  married  his  first  wife. 
Lady  Catherine  Grey,   1560;  imprisoned  in  the  Tower  of 
London  on  the  marriage  becoming  known,  1561;  released, 
1571.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  2,  1571-2.  Lord-Lieutenant 
of  Somerset  and  Wiltshire.,  1602  and  1608-21.   Ambassador 
Extraordinary   at   Brussels,    1605.     High   Steward   of   the 
Revenues  to  Queen  Anne,   1612-9.    Married  three  wives. 
Died  Apr.  6,  1621.  Buried  in  Salisbury  Cathedral.  Probably 
brother  of  Edward  (above).   {D.N.B.) 
SEMAR,  FLORENTIUS.   Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  1537-8. 
SEYMOUR  or  SEAMORE,  HENRY.  M.A.  1641-2  (no6.).  (Perhaps 
s.  of  Sir  Edward,  Bart.,  of  Berry  Pomeroy,  Devon.   Page  of 
Honour  to  Charles  I.  Groom  of  the  Bedchamber  to  Charles  II. 
M.P.  for  East  Looe,  1660-79.  Died  Mar.  9,  1686-7,  aged  74.) 
Probably  3rd  s.  of  William,  Marquis  of  Hertford,  and  Duke 
of  Somerset.  Styled  Lord  Beauchamp.  M.A.  (Oxford)  1642- 
3.    Knighted,  Jan.  17,  1644-5.    Died  v.p.   Buried  Mar.  30, 
1654,  at  Bedwyn  Magna.    {Lipscomb,  iv.  532-3!  Collins,  i. 
185;  G.E.C.) 
SEYMOUR,  HYDE.   Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Oct.  4,  1715-   Of 

Wiltshire.  Matric.  1715. 
SEAMORE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1638; 

B.A.  1641-2. 
SEYMOR,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  17, 
1679-80.  1st  s.  of  John,  groom.  B.  at  Wellingborough. 
Schools,  Wellingborough  and  Uppingham.  Matric.  1680; 
B.A.  1684-5;  M.A.  1715.  Ord.  priest  (Lincohi)  May  22,  1687. 
V.  of  Stone,  Bucks.,  1706-19.  Died  Nov.  1719.  Will  (Archd. 
Bucks.)  1719. 


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Seymour,  Percy 

SEYMOUR,  Lord  PERCY.  Adm.  nobleman  (age  i8)  at  Trinity, 

May  4,    1714.    2nd  s.  of  Charles,   6th  Duke  of  Somerset 

(Chancellor of  the  University).   School,  Eton.    Matric.  1714; 

M.A.  1717.  M.P.  forCockermouth,  1718-21.  Died  unmarried, 

July  4,  1721,  of  the  small-pox,  aged  24.    {Collins,  i.  185; 

Musgrave.) 
SEYMOUR,  RALPH.  Student  in  1560.  Author  of  verses  on  the 

restoration  of  Bucer  and  Fagius. 
SEAMER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  26, 

1665.  S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Raisthorpe-in-Wharram  Percy, 

Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Dalton.  Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1668-9; 

M.A.  1672.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1671;  signs  for  priest's 

orders  (London)  Mar.  14,  1673-4;  X.  of  Deptford,  Kent.' 

Perhaps  buried   at   Northiam,   Sussex.    M.I.   there,    1699; 

Richard  Seamer,  M..-^.   (Horsfield,  Sussex,  i.  517.) 
SEAMAR,  SAMUEL.    ('Seaman'  in  Coll.  Reg.)    Matric.  Fell.- 

Com.  from  Queens',  Michs.  1619.  Of  Somerset. 
SEAMER  or  SEYMER,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel, 

Feb.  8,  1630-1.   Of  Essex.   S.  of  Samuel,  of  Colchester  (and 

Mary,  dau.  of  Richard  Upcher,  of  Dedham,  Essex).   Matric. 

1631;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638.   {Vis.  of  Essex,  1634.) 
SEYMAR,  THOMAS.   B.A.  1571-2  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
SEAMAR,   THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,   June   17,   1628. 

S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman.    B.  at  Soham,  Cambs.    Bapt. 

Nov.  29,  1607.   School,  Perse  (Mr  Loveringe).   Matric.  1628. 
SEYMOUR,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Feb. 

17,  1714-5.  S.  of  William,  husbandman.  B.  at  Sutton-upon- 

Derwent,  Yorks.   School,  Pocklington  (Mr  TrebeU).   Matric. 

1715;  B.A.  1718-9.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1719. 
SEMER,   WILLIAM.    B.Can.L.   1506-7.    One  of  these  names 

(Semer),  C.  of  Hampstead,  Middlesex,  1558. 
SEYMORE,  WILLIAM.    M.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1646.    S.  of 

John,  of  Ogboum,  Wilts.    Matric.  (Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford) 

Apr.  27,  1638;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1641-2.   Perhaps  R.  of  Eweme 

Courtney,  Dorset,  1648. 
SEYN,  MATTHEW,  see  SHEYN. 

SEZELEY, .   B.D.  1468-9. 

SHAA,  see  also  SHAW. 

SHAA,  EDMUND.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  24,  1632.    Of 

Essex.   S.  and  h.  of  Edmund,  of  Tarling  Hall,  Essex,  gent. 

Matric.  1632;  Scholar,  1632.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  19, 

1632-3.  Brother  of  the  next.   {Vis.  of  Essex,  1634.) 
SHAA,   ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Aug.  15,   1633.    Of 

Essex.   2nd  s.  of  Edmund,  of  Tarling  Hall,  Essex.   Brother 

of  Edmund  (above).   (A.  Gray.) 
SHAE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1555. 
SHACKLOOK,   BENJAMIN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,   June  30, 

1637.     Of   Nottinghamshire.     Probably  s.   of   Edward,    of 

Misterton,  Notts.   Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1640. 
SHACKLOCK,  RICHARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1552    {impubes);    B.A.    1555-6;    M.A.    1559.     Fellow.     A 

Romanist;  retired  to  Louvain,  where  he  studied  Civil  Law. 

Author,  miscellaneous.   {Cooper,  i.  241 ;  D.N.B.) 
SHAD,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Nov.  5,  1605.  Matric. 

1606;  B.A.  1609-10;  M.A.  1613. 
SHADBOLT,  see  also  SHOTBOLT. 
SHADBOLT,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1544- 
SHADBOLT  or  SHACKBOLT,   THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from 

Trinity  Hall,  c.  1597;  Scholar,  1598. 
SHADBOLT,   WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1547- 
SHADDOCK  or  SADOCK,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16) 

a  scholar  from  Eton,  Aug.  22,  1551.   Of  Windsor.   Matric. 

1551;  B.A.  1555-6.  Fellow,  1554-8. 
SHADESBY,  G.   Resident  student  at  Jesus,  1564. 
SHADFORTH,  GEORGE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Christ's,  June  i, 

1650.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Eppleton,  Durham.  B.  there.  Bapt. 

Oct.  7,  1632,  at  Houghton-le-Spring.  Schools,  Houghton  and 

Guisborough  (Mr  Smelt).  Matric.  1650.  Married  (1)  Margaret, 

dau.  of  Francis  James;  (2)  Thomasine,  dau.  of  John  Hilton, 

of  Hilton  Castle.    Buried   June   15,   1669.    {Peile,  i.   536; 

H.  M.  Wood.) 
SHADFORD,  GEORGE.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse, 

Oct.  27,  1682.   Of  Durham.   Doubtless  s.  of  George  (above), 

of  Eppleton,  Durham.  Bapt.  Sept.  i,  1668,  at  Houghton-le- 
Spring.    School,  Durham.    Buried  at  Houghton-le-Spring, 

Mar.  24,  1700-1. 
SHADFORD,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)   at  Peterhouse, 

Apr.  22,  1 68 1.   S.  of  John,  of  Hetton,  Durham.   Bapt.  Aug. 

30,  1665,  at  Houghton-le-Spring.   School,  Durham.   Matric. 

i68r;  Scholar,  1681;  B.A.  1684-5;  M.A.  1688.    Brother  of 

Thomas  (1686).   {T.  A.  Walker,  1686;  Surtees,  i.  221.) 


Shafto,  Matthew 

SHADFORTH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18  sic)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  22,  1686.  S.  of  John,  of  Hetton-le-Hole,  Durham. 
Bapt.  Nov.  4,  1666,  at  Houghton-le-Spring.  School, 
Houghton,  Durham.  Matric.  1686;  Scholar,  1687;  B.A. 
1689-90;  M.A.  1693.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Mar.  1689-90; 
priest  (Durham)  Sept.  21,  1695.  C.  of  Brancepeth,  Durham, 
1695.  Minister  of  St  Andrew's,  Newcastle-upon-Tyne,  1705- 
24.  Died  Sept.  11,  1724.  Buried  at  Brancepeth.  Brother  of 
John  (1681).  (D.  S.  Boutflower;  T.  A.  Walker,  179.) 

SHADWELL,  JASPER.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  12,  1524.  Of  St  Peter  and  St  Paul's  parish, 
London.  B.A.  1528-9.  Fellow,  1527-9.  Known  as  an 
engraver.   (Cooper,  1.  78.) 

SHADWELL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  16, 
1634.  S.  of  George.  B.  at  Thetford,  Norfolk.  Matric.  1634; 
B.A.  1637-8.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  16,  1639. 
Called  to  the  Bar,  1653.  J. P.  for  Middlesex,  Norfolk  and 
Suffolk.  Recorder  of  Galway,  and  Receiver  there  to  the 
Duke  of  York.  Attorney-General  at  Tangier.  Of  Broomhill, 
Norfolk,  in  1656.  Buried  at  Oxburgh,  Norfolk,  Mar.  2,  1684. 
Father  of  Thomas  (1656).   {Blomefield,  vi.  197.) 

SHADWELL,  ROGER.  M.A.  Of  Norwich  diocese.  Petitioned 
the  Pope  in  1363  for  a  benefice.   {Cal.  Pap.  Pet.,  i.  405.) 

SHADWELL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Caius,  Dec.  17. 
1656.  S.  and  h.  of  John  (1634),  of  Broomhill,  Norfolk.  B. 
there.  School,  Bury  St  Edmunds  (Mr  Stephens).  Matric. 
1656.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  July  7.  1658,  but  soon 
quitted  the  law  and  travelled  abroad.  Superseded  Dryden 
as  poet  laureate  and  historiographer  royal,  1688-92. 
Dramatist.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Thomas  Gibbs,  of  Norwich. 
Died  Nov.  20,  1692,  from  an  overdose  of  opium.  Buried  at 
Chelsea.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1692.  {Venn,  i.  393;  D.N.B.; 
Hutchinson,  Notable  Middle  Templars.) 

SHAFTO,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June  30, 
1655.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Barmston,  Durham.  School, 
Newcastle  (Mr  Ritchell).  Matric.  1655;  B.A.  1658-9;  M.A. 
1662.  Perhaps  Master  of  Bolton  School,  Lanes.,  in  1672. 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  1674,  age  36;  'Mcensed  to  Lakenham, 
Norfolk.'   (Peile,  1.  568.) 

SHAFTO,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1596-7-  Prob- 
ably of  Durham. 

SHAFTO,  JOHN.  M.A.  1637  (Incorp.  from  Edinburgh).  S.  of 
William.  M.A.  (Edinburgh)  1634.  V.  of  Warden,  North- 
umberland, 1643-93.  Died  1695-6,  at  Carrycoats.  Will  dated. 
May  30,  1693;  proved,  Jan.  9,  1695-6.   (Surtees,  iv.  418.) 

SHAFTO,  LEONARD.  M.A.  1668  (Incorp.  from  Exeter  CoUege, 
Oxford).  Matric.  there,  June  15,  1651;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1654-5; 
M.A.  1657.  V.  of  Dedham,  Essex,  1665-71.  Minister  of 
All  Saints',  Newcastle,  1671-6.  Buried  at  St  Nicholas, 
Newcastle,  Aug.  10,  1676.  Father  of  the  next.  (Al.  Oxon.; 
H.  M.  Wood.) 

SHAFTO,  LEONARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Jan.  14,  1686-7. 
S.  of  Leonard  (above).  B.  at  Dedham,  Essex.  School, 
Durham  (Mr  Battersby).  Matric.  1688;  B.A.  1690-1;  M.A. 
1694.  Lecturer  at  All  Saints',  Newcastle,  1698.  R.  of  Gates- 
head-on-Tyne,  1705-31.  Died  Aug.  27,  1731.  Buried  at 
Gateshead.    (Peile,  11.  103.) 

SHAFTO,  MARK.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1616. 

S.  of  Robert,  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Bapt.  Mar.  25,  1601-2. 

B.A.  1619-20.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  3,  1619.  Barrister- 

at-law,    1636.     Bencher.     Recorder    of    Newcastle,    1648. 

M.P.  for  Newcastle,  1659.    Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Thomas 

Legard,  of  Newcastle,  merchant.    Died  Feb.  25,   1659-60. 

Father  of  the  next  and  Robert  (1650).  (Burke,  L.G.;  Surtees, 

III.  294.) 
SHAFTOE,  MARK.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  May  11, 

1652.  2nd  s.  of  Mark  (above),  gent.,  of  Greeneland,  Durham, 
Bencher  of  Gray's  Inn.  Bapt.  Feb.  5,  1636-7,  at  Whickham. 
School,  Newcastle.  Matric.  1652.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May 
20,  1655.   Brother  of  Robert  (1650). 

SHAFTO,  MARK.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  June  4, 

1653.  S.  of  Robert,  alderman  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Bapt. 
July  16,  1636,  at  Whickham.  School,  Newcastle.  Matric. 
1653.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  20,  1655.  Buried  at  St 
Nicholas,  Durham,  Oct.  17,  1700. 

SHAFTO,  MARK.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  19,  1678.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Robert  (1650),  Knt.  B.  Apr.  8, 
1662,  at  Newcastle.  Matric.  1678.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug. 
8,  1673  (sic).  High  Sheriff  of  Durham,  1705-12  and  1714-21. 
Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  Sir  William  (?  John)  Ingleby,  Bart., 
of  Ripley,  Yorks.,  Oct.  23,  1683.  Died  Dec.  28,  1723.  M.I. 
at  Whitworth.   (Burke,  L.G.;  Surtees,  in.  295.) 

SHAFTO,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
156.;.  School,  Durham.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1563-4.  Fellow 
of  Christ's,  1564-5. 


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ShAFTO,  NiNlAN 

SHAFTO,  NINIAN.  B.A.  1514-5-  Of  Northumberland.  Perhaps 
s.  of  Edward,  of  Bavington  (and  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Swinburne,  of  Nafierton).  M.A.  1517.  Fellow  of  St  John's, 
1516.  FeUow  of  St  Catharine's.  Proctor,  1527-8.  Ord. 
priest  (Lincoln)  June  2,  1520.  (Burke,  L.G.;  Surtees,  iii. 
294O 

SHAFTO,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  9, 
1650.  S.  and  h.  of  Mark  (1616),  Esq.,  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Bapt.  May  13,  1634,  at  St  Nicholas.  School,  Newcastle 
(Mr  Ritchel).  Matric.  1650.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  i6, 
1640-X.  Recorder  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne,  1660-S5.  Knighted, 
June  26,  1670.  Serjeant-at-law,  1675.  Married  Catherine, 
dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Widdrington,  of  Cheesebum  Grange, 
Northumberland.  Died  May  21,  1705.  Buried  at  St  Nicholas, 
Newcastle.  Father  of  Mark  (1678).  (Burke,  L.G.;  Surtees, 
m.  295-) 

SHAFTOE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  24,  1682.  S.  and  h.  of  Robert,  Esq.,  of  Benwell  Tower, 
Northumberland.  B.  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Bapt.  Mar.  10, 
1663-4,  at  St  Nicholas.  School,  Durham.  Matric.  1682. 
High  Sheriff  of  Northumberland,  1696.  Married  Dorothy, 
dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Heselrigge,  of  Nosely,  Leics.  Died  1714. 
(Surtees,  iii.  296.) 

SHAFTO,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  27,  1710. 
B.  at  Monk  Wearmouth,  Durham.  Matric.  1710.  Probably 
brother  of  the  next.  See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary  name- 
sake. 

SHAFTO,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  22,  1708.  B.  at 
Monk  Wearmouth,  Durham.  Matric.  1708.  One  of  these 
names  s.  and  h.  of  Robert  (1682).  High  Sheriff  of  North- 
umberland, 1718.  Died  Nov.  3,  i735-  Probably  brother  of 
Robert  (above).   (Surtees,  iii.  296.) 

SHAFTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Jan.  25,  1622-3. 
S.  of  John,  of  South  Cave,  Yorks.  School,  South  Cave 
(Mr  Flint).  Matric.  1623;  B.A.  1626-7.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Sept.  23,  1627;  'C.  of  Welton.'   {Venn,  i.  260.) 

SHAKERLLY,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Jesus,  Easter, 
1613;  B.A.  1615-6.  Probablys.  andh.of  Richard,  of  Ditton, 
Kent;  age  19  in  1619,  and  nephew  of  Peter  (below).  Died  s.p. 
(Vis.  of  Kent,  1619;  Hasted,  11.  188.) 

SHACKERLY,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  24)  at  Caius,  Mar.  3, 
1574-5-  S.  of  Francis,  of  Ditton,  Kent.  B.  in  London. 
School,  Rochester.  One  of  these  names  of  Magdalen  College, 
Oxford,  1571;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1573-  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
July  4,  1576.  Perhaps  barrister-at-law,  1595.  (Venn,  i.  81; 
Al.  Oxon.;  Towneley  MSS.) 

SHAKESPEAR,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  July  5,  1725- 

B.  at  Coventry,  Warws.  Matric.  1725;  B.A.  1728-9;  M.A. 
1736.  Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  1731;  priest,  1733.  V.  of 
Leyland,  Lanes.,  1733-48.  R.  of  North  Meols,  1735-48. 
Author,  sermons.  Died  at  Leyland,  Jan.  i,  1747-8.  Will 
(Chester)  1748.   (R.  Stewart-Brown.) 

SHAKESPEARE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  M.^gdalene, 
June  13,  1662.  S.  of  [Thomas],  butcher,  of  Coventry.  School, 
Coventry.  Migrated  to  Oxford.  Matric.  (St  John's  College, 
Oxford)  Oct.  18,  1662,  age  18;  B.A.  (St  Mary  Hall,  Oxford) 
1666.  V.  of  Austrey,  Warws.,  1670.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SHAKESPERE, .   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1544. 

SHAKLEFORD,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 

July  4,  1726.    S.  of  William,  of  Halesford,  Hants.    B.  at 

Alresford,  Apr.  2,  1707.   School,  Merchant  Taylors'.   Matric. 

1726.    Migrated   to  St  Catharine's,   Mar.   24,    1727.    B.A. 

1732-3;  M.A.   1736.    Ord.  priest  (London)  Aug.  12,   i733- 

C.  of  St  Peter,  CornhiU.  Buried  there  Jan.  14,  1766.  Will, 
P.C.C.   (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  400;  G.  Mag.) 

SHAKLETON,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1576. 

SHALES,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1575.  Migrated  to  Oxford.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1578.  R.  of 
Dunton-CMW-Doughton,  Norfolk,  1581.  R.  of  Hangleton, 
Sussex,  1583.  Perhaps  R.  of  West  Grinstead;  admon. 
(P.C.C.)  1586  (?). 

SHALES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Trinity, 
July  3,  1721.  S.  and  h.  of  Charles  (probably  the  goldsmith 
and  banker),  of  London  (and  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Barring- 
ton).  School,  Edmonton,  Middlesex  (Mr  Button).  Matric. 
1721.  Died  Jan.  29,  1729.  (Musgrave;  Essex  Arch.  Soc, 
N.S.,n.  51.) 

SHALLCROSS,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  29, 
1622.  2nd  s.  of  Richard  (or  Leonard),  of  Shalcrosse,  Derbs. 
Matric.  1622;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1626.  R.  of  Stockport,  Cheshire,  1637-45.  Married  Margaret, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Rudyerd,  of  Rudyerd,  Staffs.  Killed  by  the 
King's  party  near  Dudley,  July,  1645.  Perhaps  brother  of 
William  (1631).  (Al.  Oxon.;  Jewitt,  Relig.,  vi,  150.) 


Share,  Peter 

SHALCROSSE,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Sx  Catharine's, 
July  4,  1709.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Stockport, 
Cheshire  and  of  Shalcrosse,  Derbs.,  Esq.  B.  1688.  Matric. 
(Brasenose  College,  Oxford)  June  25,  1706,  age  18.  Adm.  at 
the  Middle  Temple,  May  2,  1707.  Died  s.p.,  1709.  (Al.  Oxon.) 
SHALLCROSS,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1631.  Possibly  s.  of  Leonard,  of  Shalcrosse,  Derbs.  B.A. 
1634-5;  M.A.  1638.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  10,  1638-9. 
Intruding  V.  of  Whissendine,  Rutland,  in  1642  and  1648. 
Perhaps  Master  of  Stamford  School,  Lines.,  1663-8.  Perhaps 
brother  of  Edmund  (1622).  (Jewitt,  Relig.,  vi.  150.) 
SHAN,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  July  2, 
1677.  S.  of  John,  Esq.  B.  at  Methley,  Yorks.  School, 
Hardwick,  Yorks.  Matric.  1677.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May, 
1681;  priest,  1681-2.  Brother  of  the  next. 
SHAN  or  SHAND,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene, 
May  23,  1664.  S.  of  John,  barrister,  of  Methley,  Yorks. 
School,  Methley.  Matric.  1664.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
Dec.  16,  1664.  Brother  of  Charles  (above). 
SHAN,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  King's,  1726.  S.  of  John,  of  Methley, 
Yorks.,  gent.  B.  Oct.  28,  1700.  Matric.  (Lincoln  College, 
Oxford)  May  11,  1719,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1722-3.  Ord. 
priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  20,  1724.  V.  of  Chicheley,  Bucks.,  1724- 
R.  of  Famdish,  Beds.,  1724.  Died  Aug.  29,  1783,  aged  83. 
M.I.  at  Chicheley.  WiU,  P.C.C.  Father  of  the  next.  (Al. 
Oxon.;  R.  E.  C.  Waters,  182.) 
SHAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  27,  i745- 
S.  of  John  (above),  clerk,  of  Leicestershire.  B.  at  Thorpe, 
near  Loughborough.  Schools,  Appleby,  Westmorland  (Mr 
Martin)  and  Oakham,  Rutland  (Mr  Adcock).  Matnc.  1745-6; 
LL.B.  1751.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  23,  i75o;  priest, 
Sept.  22,  1751.  V.  of  Arreton,  Isle  of  Wight,  1763-83.  Died 
unmarried,  Aug.  15,  1799.  (Scott-Mayor,  in.  553.) 
SHANKE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1560.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Rollesby,  Norfolk.  School, 
Norwich.  Migrated  to  Caius,  Sept.  14,  1561,  age  14.  Of 
Rollesby,  gent.  Died  1579.  (Venn,  i.  46.) 
SHANKE,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1517-8. 

SHAPELEIGH,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
June  2,  1645.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Dartmouth,  Devon.  School, 
Hertford  (Mr  Minors).  Matric.  1647;  B.A.  1647-8.  Adm.  at 
the  Middle  Temple,  June  25,  1647.   (Peile,  i.  496.) 

SHAPLEN, .  M.A.  1456.  Perhaps  Thomas  Chapleyn  (whom 

see). 
SHAPTER,  JOHN  (1677),  see  CHAPTER. 

SHARD,  ISAAC  PACAT  (PACATUS).  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi, 

1718.   Of  Surrey.   2nd  s.  of  Sir  Isaac,  of  Horsleydown,  Knt. 

Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Jan.  i,  1718-9.    F.R.S.,  175°- 

Died  June  23,  1766.   (G.  Mag.) 

SHARDELOWE,    ANTHONY.     Matric.    pens,    from    Corpus 

Christi,  Michs.  1570. 
SHARDELOWE,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  2, 
1598.  Matric.  1598.   Probably  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  21, 
1601;  of  Norfolk,  gent. 
SHARDELOWE,    ANTHONY.     Adm.    Fell.-Com.    (age    17)    at 
Christ's,  Sept.  28,  1637.   S.  and  h.  of  Edmund,  of  Metfield, 
Suffolk.  B.  at  Norton,  Suffolk.  School,  Ipswich  (Mr  Gierke). 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  26,  1638-9.   (Peile,  1.  450.) 
SHARDELOW,  ANTHONY.    Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall, 
Julys,  1667.  Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1667;  LL.B.  1671.  Fellow, 
1673.   Died  soon  after. 
SHARDELOWE,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1588.  Of  Norfolk.   Perhaps  s.  of  Bonaventure,  of  Shimpling, 
Norfolk.   Father  of  Stephen  (1610-1).   (Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 
SHARDELOW,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  13)  at  Sidney,  July  i, 
1627.  S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.  B.  at  Thelveton,  Norfolk.  Matric. 
1628;  B.A.  1630-1.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  23,  1632; 
priest,  Mar.  17,  1632-3.  V.  of  Ilketshall  St  Andrew,  Suffolk. 
R.  of  Beccles  and  Endgate;  sequestered,  1647. 
SHARDELOWE,  RICHARD.   Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1619. 
One  of   these  names  s.   of  John,   of  Shimpling,   Norfolk. 
Perhaps  brother  of  the  next.   (Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 
SHARDELOW,  STEPHEN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Mar. 
1610-1.    Probably  s.  and  h.  of  John  (1588),  of  Shimpling, 
Norfolk.    Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Mar.  19,  1613-4.    (Peile 
I.  281;  Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 
SHARDELOWE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1571.    Perhaps  ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Apr.  17,  1576; 
of  Norwich  diocese.    One  of  these  names  V.  of  Westhall, 
Suffolk,  1584-91. 

SHARDELOW, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1571. 

Possibly  same  as  Anthony  (1570). 
SHARE,  PETER.   Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1546 


SHARE, 


B.Civ.L.  1539-40. 


Sharinge,  John 

SHARINGE  or  SARING,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 
July,  i6zo;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Orel,  deacon  (Norwich) 
Sept.  23,  1627;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1628.  Preacher  at  St 
Andrew's,  Norwich,  1628.   {Peile,  i.  334.) 

SHARINGTON, .   B.D.  1492-3.   Canonicus.   Possibly  John 

Shavington,  whom  see. 

SHARLING,  PETER.  B.D.  1493-4.   A  friar. 

SHARMAN,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June,  1585. 

SHARNBORNE  or  SCHARNBURN,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  Fell.- 
Cora.  from  Queens',  Easter,  1588.  Of  Norfolk.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  12,  1591-2. 

SHARNBORNE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  25, 
1619.   Matric.  1619.   Probably  of  Norfolk. 

SHARP,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Apr.  4,  1581. 
B.  at  York.   Matric.  1581;  B.A.  1584-5. 

SHARPE,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Feb.  22,  1704-5. 
B.  at  Bradford.  Matric.  1705;  Scholar,  1706-7;  B.A.  1708-9; 
M.A.  1713.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May,  1711;  priest,  June, 
1712.  Master  of  Skipton  School,  Yorks.,  1709.  Chaplain  to 
the  Earl  of  Burlington.  V.  of  Londesborough,  1715.  V.  of 
Market  Weighton,  1719.  Confessor  to  the  Household,  1730-6. 
Died  Sept.  14,  1736.   {Peile,  11.  161;  G.  Mag.) 

SHARP,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  18,  1717. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1717;  B.A.  1721-2.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  June  9,  1723;  priest,  Aug.  16,  1730.  P.C.  of  White- 
chapel  (parish  of  Birstall),  Yorks.,  1728-30.  V.  of  Sowerby 
Bridge,  1730. 

SHARPE,  ALEXANDER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1606;  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1609;  M.A.  from  Trinity, 
1612.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1610;  priest,  Dec.  1612. 

SHARPE,  ANDREW.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1583. 
Perhaps  the  Andrew  Shape  or  Sharpe,  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
1585-6;  priest.  May  7,  1587.  V.  of  South  Westborough, 
Lines.,  1591  (no  degree).  Perhaps  of  Doddington,  Lines., 
clerk;  will  (Lincoln)  1620.  One  of  these  names  incorp.  at 
Oxford,  Mar.  7,  1603-4.  Perhaps  brother  of  Edward  (1576), 
Lionel  (1576)  and  WiUiam  (1581).  (Foster  suggests  that  he 
was  M.A.  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1598,  but  there  is 
no  record  of  this  degree.) 

SHARPE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1571; 
B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  1579.  Probably  ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  18,  1579;  priest.  Mar.  11,  1579-80.  V.  of  Preston- 
Capes,  Northants.,  1580-2.  V.  of  Fawsley,  1582-1601. 
Buried  there  July  11,  1601.  Will  proved  (Archd.  Northants.) 
Aug.  12,  1601,  by  his  son  Thomas.   {Baker,  i.  388.) 

SHARPE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  27,  1576.  Of  London.  S.  of  Robert,  merchant. 
Matric.  1576;  B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584;  B.D.  1592.  Fellow, 
1579-95-  Vice-Provost,  1592.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1615.  R. 
of  Stowe-nine-churches,  Northants.,  1595-1631.  Buried 
there  July  20,  1631.  Perhaps  brother  of  Andrew  (1583),  etc. 
{Al.  Oxon.;  Vis.  of  Devon,  1620.) 

SHARPE,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1591;  B.A. 
1594-5;  M.A.  1598.  Probably  V.  of  Brigstock,  Northants., 
1604-15.  Licence  (Peterb.)  to  marry  Elizabeth  Raunce,  of 
Brigstock,  Oct.  17,  1600. 

SHARP,  GEORGE.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1702.  Of 
Nottinghamshire. 

SHARPE,  GREGORY.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  June  2, 
1735;  'M.A.  of  Aberdeen.'  Of  Yorkshire.  S.  of  John, 
Solicitor  to  the  Treasury.  B.  1713.  Schools,  Hull  and  West- 
minster. Matric.  1735;  LL.B.  1738;  LL.D.  1747  (Lit.  Reg.). 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1751.  Ord.  deacon  (Bristol)  1737;  priest 
(Westminster,  Litt.  dim.  from  Chichester)  Jan.  20,  1738-9. 
Minister  of  Broadway  Chapel,  Westminster.  V.  of  All  Saints', 
Birling,  near  Maidstone,  Kent,  1743-56.  F.R.S.,  1754.  Preb. 
of  Salisbury,  1757-71.  V.  of  Purton,  Wilts.,  1761-71. 
Chaplain  to  Frederick,  Prince  of  Wales,  till  1751,  and  to 
George  III,  1762-71.  Master  of  the  Temple,  1763-71. 
Director  of  the  Society  of  Antiquaries,  1766-71.  Author, 
theological  and  classical.  Died  Jan.  8,  1771,  aged  58.  Will, 
P.C.C.   (G.  Mag.;  D.N.B.;  F.  C.  Cass,  E.  Barnet,  111.) 

SHARP,  HUGH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Mar.  2, 
1640-1.  S.  of  James,  husbandman.  B.  at  Garthorpe,  Leics. 
Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1644-5. 

SHARPE,  ISAAC.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1592-3;  M.A.  1596. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Thomas,  yeoman,  of  Little  Horton,  Bradford. 
R.  of  Thorpe-yMjtte-Newark,  Notts.,  1598-1615.  Died  1615. 
(Peile,  I.  198;  W.  Cudworth,  Abraham  Sharp.) 

SHARP,  ISAAC.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  June  2, 
1677.  S.  of  Samuel  (1622),  clerk.  B.  at  Sandwich,  Kent. 
School,  Sandwich.  Matric.  1677;  B..'^.  1680-1;  M.A.  1684. 
Fellow,  1683.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Dec.  20,  1685.  Brother 
of  Samuel  (1671). 

SHARPE,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  Oct.  7, 
1724.    S.  of  Samuel.    B.  at  West  Deeping,  Lines.    School, 

V.A.C.IV.  49 


Sharp,  John 

Moulton,  Lines.  Matric.  1725;  B.A.  1728-9;  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  May  24,  1730.  R.  of  West  Newton,  Norfolk, 
1732-97.  R.  of  Sandringham  and  Babingley,  1732-97.  V.  of 
Appleton,  1747-97.   Probably  died  1797. 

SHARP,  JASPER.  .Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Feb.  i,  1631-2. 
S.  of  Jasper,  gent.,  of  Bury  St  Edmunds.  School,  Bury 
(Mr  Dickinson).  Matric.  1632.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  8, 
1635.   Probably  died  June,  1652,  at  Bury.   (Venn,  i.  303.) 

SHARPE,  JEFFERY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1629; 
B.A.  1632;  M.A.  1636;  D.D.  1660  (Lit.  Reg.).  Held  two 
lectureships  in  London,  and  the  curacy  of  Barking,  Essex, 
in  1647,  when  he  was  removed  by  the  Plundered  Ministers 
Committee  (Br.  Mus.,  15,671).  R.  of  Colmworth,  Beds., 
1650-75.  Chaplain  to  William,  Earl  of  Salisbury.  Married 
Etheldred,  dau.  of  John  Wincupp,  D.D.  Buried  at  Colm- 
worth, Oct.  17,  1675.   (Geneal.  Bedford.,  83,  366.) 

SHARPE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1604; 
B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  1611.  Perhaps  R.  of  East  Guildford  St 
Mary,  Sussex,  1615.  One  of  these  names  of  Benenden,  Kent, 
clerk;  will  (Canterbury)  1641.   (Peile,  i.  249.) 

SHARPE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  1605.  S.  of 
John,  baker,  of  Bury  St  Edmunds.  School,  Bury  (Mr  Mosse). 
Matric.  Easter,  1606;  B.A.  1609-10;  M.A.  1613.  Ord.  priest 
(Norwich)  Mar.  20,  1613-4.  C.  of  Sapiston,  Suffolk,  in  1617. 
(Venn,  i.  191.) 

SHARP,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  26,  1660. 
S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  Salter  (and  Dorothy,  dau.  of  John 
Weddal,  R.  of  Widdington,  Yorks.).  B.  at  Ivegate,  Bradford, 
Yorks.,  Feb.  16,  1644-5.  School,  Bradford  (Mr  Cotes). 
Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1663-4;  M.A.  1667;  D.D.  1679.  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1669.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest,  Aug.  12,  1667. 
Archdeacon  of  Berks.,  1673-89.  Canon  of  Norwich,  1675-81. 
R.  of  St  Bartholomew  Exchange,  London,  1675-6;  of  St 
Giles-in-the-Fields,  1676-91.  Dean  of  Norwich,  1681-9. 
Chaplain  to  the  King,  1686-91.  Dean  of  Canterbury,  1689- 
91.  Archbishop  of  York,  1691-1714.  Privy  Councillor,  1702. 
Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  William  Palmer,  of  Winthorp, 
Lines.  Author,  sermons,  etc.  Died  at  Bath,  Feb.  2,  1713-4. 
Buried  in  York  Minster.  M.I.  Father  of  John  (1693)  and 
Thomas  (1709)-  (D.N.B.;  Peile,  i.  590;  Le  Neve,  Mon.,  11. 256.) 

SHARP,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  May  ii, 
1678.  S.  of  Thomas  (?  1646),  R.  of  Tatham,  Lanes.  B.  at 
Hornby,  Lanes.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1681- 
2.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Aug.  31,  1700.  Probably  P.C.  of 
Caton,  Lanes.,  1707. 

SHARPE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  June  19,  1682.  S.  of 
John,  of  Yorkshire.  School,  Wibsey,  near  Bradford  (Mr 
Lunn).  Matric.  1682;  B.A.  1685-6;  M.A.  1689.  Perhaps 
ord.  deacon  (Carlisle,  Litt.  dim.  from  York)  May  3,  1686; 
priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  1686-7;  V.  of  Alford,  Lines.  (Peile, 
II.  88.) 

SHARP,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  July  14,  1685. 
Only  s.  of  John,  yeoman.  B.  at  Southwark,  Surrey.  Schools, 
Southwark  (Mr  James  HaUet)  and  Knotting,  Beds.  (Mr 
Scriven).  Matric.  1686;  B.A.  1689-90;  M.A.  1693.  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1693.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  23,  1694;  priest 
(Chichester)  Jan.  1,  1694-5.  V.  of  Peasmarsh,  Sussex,  1695. 
R.  of  Knotting,  Beds.,  1699.  R.  of  Newton  Bromswold, 
Northants.,  1710-5.  Married  Martha,  dau.  of  Rev.  Thomas 
Scriven,  R.  of  Knotting,  Jan.  31,  1694-5. 

SHARPE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Feb.  13,  1690-1. 
Of  Sussex.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Northiham, 
Sussex.  B.  at  Rye,  1676.  Colleger  at  Eton,  1685-90.  Prob- 
ably adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  3,  1691.  Called  to  the 
Bar,  1701. 

SHARP,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Nov.  4, 
1693.  2nd  s.  of  John  {1660),  Archbishop  of  York.  B.  June  18, 
1678,  in  London.  School,  Leeds.  Matric.  c.  1693;  M.A.  1695. 
Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Jan.  8,  1697-8.  M.P.  for  Ripon, 
1701-14.  Commissionerof  Trade,  1703-14.  Of  Graf  ton  Park, 
Northants.,  Esq.  Married  Anna  Maria,  dau.  of  Charles  Hosier, 
of  London,  and  of  Wicken  Park.  Died  Mar.  13,  1726-7. 
Buried  at  Wicken,  Northants.  M.I.  Brother  of  Thomas 
(1709).   (Peile,  II.  129;  G.  Mag.;  Baker,  11.  255.) 

SHARP,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  May  26,  1736. 
S.  of  John,  of  Shipton,  near  York.  School,  Shipton  (Mr 
Clarke).   Matric.  1736. 

SHARP,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  May  12,  1740. 
S.  of  Thomas  (1709).  Bapt.  Apr.  2,  1723,  at  Rothbury, 
Northumberland.  School,  Durham  (Mr  Dong^vorth).  Matric. 
1740;  Scholar,  1741;  B.A.  1743-4;  M.A.  1747;  D.D.  1759. 
Fellow,  1746.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Oct.  23,  1748.  R.  of  Hart- 
bum,  1749-92.  V.  of  Hexham,  1759-60.  Archdeacon  of 
Northumberland,  1762-92.  R.  of  Howick,  1762-92.  Preb. 
of  Durham,  1768-92.  P.C.  of  Bamburgh,  1772-92.  Married 
Mary,  dau.  of  Dr  Heneage  Dcring,  Dean  of  Ripon.  Died 
Apr.  28,  1792.  Buried  in  Durham  Cathedral.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1793.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1743).  (G.Mag.) 


Sharp,  John 

SHARP,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1745.  S.  of 
Jacob,  of  Canterbury,  gent.  Matric.  1745;  B.A.  1749;  M.A. 
1753;  B.D.  1761;  D.D.  1766.  Fellow,  1753-72.  Orel,  deacon 
(Ely)  May  24,  1752;  priest  (Bishop  of  Chester,  at  Cambridge) 
Mar.  24,  1754.  Minister  at  Trinity  Church,  Cambridge.  R.  of 
St  Mary  Abchurch  and  St  Lawrence  Pountney,  London, 
1770-2.  Died  at  Canterbury,  Mar.  27,  1772,  aged  43.  Buried 
at  St  George's,  Canterbury.   (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

SHARPE,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  Jan.  31, 
1746-7.  S.  of  John,  of  Bury,  Suffolk.  School,  Bury  (Mr 
Gamham).  Matric.  1747;  Scholar,  1750;  B.A.  1750-1;  M.A. 
1754.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Feb.  23,  1752.  Minister  at  St 
James',  Bury,  1751-93.  R.  of  Bradfield-Combust,  1790- 
1803.   Died  Apr.  1805,  aged  ^^.  Buried  at  Bury. 

SHARPE,  LIONEL.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  27, 1576.  Of  London,  znds.  of  Robert,  merchant. 
Matric.  1576;  B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584;  D.D.  1597.  Fellow, 
1579-89.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1618.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Lincoln)  Sept.  12,  1587.  Chaplain  to  Henry,  Prince  of 
Wales,  and  to  the  Earl  of  Essex.  R.  of  Malpas  (Med.), 
Cheshire,  1590.  R.  of  Tiverton  (Pitt),  Devon,  1597-1630. 
R.  of  Stoke-in-Teignhead,  1597-1630.  Archdeacon  of  Berks., 
and  V.  of  North  Moreton,  Berks.,  1605-30.  Imprisoned  in 
the  Tower,  1614,  on  charge  of  sedition.  R.  of  Boughton 
Malherbe,  Kent,  until  1630.  Author,  religious.  Died  Jan.  1, 
1630-1.  Buried  at  Boughton  Malherbe.  M.I.  there.  Brother 
of  William  (15S1),  etc.  {Vis.  of  Devon,  1620;  Al.  Oxon.; 
D.N.B.) 

SHARPE,  MARTIN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Jan.  4, 
1702-3.  S.  of  Martin.  B.  at  Bury  St  Edmunds.  School, 
Bury  (Mr  Leeds).  Scholar,  1702-3;  Matric.  1703;  B.A.  1706- 
7;  M.A.  1716.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Feb.  1707;  priest. 
Mar.  20,  1708-9.  C.  of  West  Stow,  Suffolk,  1707-15.  V.  of 
Gt  Thurlow,  1715-60.  R.  of  Bamardiston,  1733-60.  Died 
1760,  aged  75.  Buried  at  Thurlow.  Will  (Bury)  1760. 
{Peile,  II.  156;  Bury  School  Register.) 

SHARP,  NATHAN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  12,  1692.  Of 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1695-6.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
May,  1702;  priest,  1703.  Master  of  Hipperholme  School, 
Yorks.,  1703-33.  V.  of  Coley,  1703-33.  Married  Anne,  dau. 
of  Francis  Priestley.  Died  May  9,  1733,  aged  58.  M.I.  at 
Coley.   {F.M.G.,  i.  82.) 

SHARPE,  NATHANIEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Easter, 

1635. 
SHARP,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  July  i,  1741.  B. 

in  London.  Matric.  1741. 

SHARPE,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1566; 
Scholar,  1568;  B.A.  1570-1;  M.A.  1574.  Fellow,  1573. 

SHARPE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  July  2, 
1634.  S.  of  Robert,  Esq.  B.  at  Frisby,  Leics.  School, 
Frisby  (Mr  Silverwood).  Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1637-8;  M.A. 
1641. 

SHARPE,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1571; 
B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  1579.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1579.  B.D. 
(Oxford)  1590.  R.  of  Heswall,  Cheshire,  1583-1613.  Canon 
of  Chester,  1589-1616.  R.  of  Pennant  Melangell,  Montgomery, 
1595-1601.  R.  of  Dodleston,  Cheshire,  1597-1616.  R.  of 
Llanrwst,  Denbigh,  1601.  Buried  at  Dodleston,  May  1, 
1616.   (Al.  Oxon.;  U.  Axon.) 

SHARPE,  PHILIP.  C.  of  Brookland,  Kent ; '  late  of  Clare  Hall  ' 
(no  College  or  University  record).  B.  at  Linton,  Cambs. 
Ord.  deacon  (Colchester);  priest  (London)  Mar.  17,  1609-10, 
age  30. 

SHARPE,  PHILIP.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  28,  1644. 
Of  Derbyshire.  Matric.  1644;  B.A.  1647.  P.C.  of  Armitage, 
Staffs.,  1647-51;  'A  godly  and  painful  minister.'  Preacher 
at  King's  Bromley.  Minister  at  Burton,  1651-4.  (Wm.  Salt, 
Staff.  Arch.,  1915.) 

SHARP,  RALPH.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1482; 
B.A.  1485-6.  Fellow.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  10' 
1486-7;  priest  (Ely)  Apr.  14,  1487. 

SHARPE,  RICHARD.  Of  St  Catharine's.  B.A.  1502-3;  M.A. 
1507-8;  B.D.  1516-7;  D.D.  1522-3.  Appointed  Pr(»ident 
of  St  John's,  1515.  Preacher,  1512-3.  Chaplain  to  John 
Fisher,  Bishop  of  Rochester.  Probably  R.  of  Chislehurst, 
Kent,  1520.  Went  to  Bromley,  in  1523.  Died  there  1528' 
Will  proved  (Rochester)  1528.   (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

SHARPE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1560. 

SHARPE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Nov.  4, 
1641.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Frisby,  Leics.  School,  Frisby' 
Matnc.  1641;  B.A.  1645-6;  M.A.  1658. 

SHARP,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  Feb 
18  1700-1.  S.  of  Robert,  clerk.  B.  at  Tealby,  Lines.  School, 
Alford.    Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1704-5-    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 

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Sharp,  Thomas 

Dec.  1706;  priest  (Lincoln)  June  19,  1709.  V.  of  Kirmond, 
Lines.,  1709-19.  V.  of  Gt  Ludford,  1709-20.  R.  of  Thores- 
way,  1715-8.   Brother  of  Thomas  (1693). 

SHARP,  RICHARD.  M.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1722.  S.  of  John, 
of  Hockworthy,  Devon,  clerk.  Matric.  (BaUiol  College, 
Oxford)  Mar.  31,  1699,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1702.  V.  of 
Morebath,  Devon,  1705.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SHARPE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  14,  1549.  Of  Bury,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1549;  B.A. 
1553-4-  Fellow,  1552-7.  Perhaps  V.  of  Hauxton,  Cambs., 
1561-73,  deprived.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Ingham,  Suffolk, 
1556-71. 

SHARPE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1567; 
B.A. 1571-2;  M.A.  1575. 

SHARPE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1567. 

SHARPE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  i6,  1568.  Of  Smarden,  Kent.  Matric.  1568; 
B.A.  1572-3;  M.A.  1576.  Fellow,  1571-5.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Hauxton  with  Newton,  Cambs.,  1573-1624. 

SHARPE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1586. 

SHARPE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1626; 
B.A.  1628-9.  One  of  these  names  ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Dec. 
20,  1629;  'of  Magdalene  College.' 

SHARPE,  ROBERT.  B.A.  1641  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
John,  V.  of  Idmiston,  Wilts.  Matric.  (Christ  Church,  Oxford) 
July  7,  1637,  age  18;  B.A.  1641;  M.A.  (Oxford)  1644.  V.  of 
Idmiston,  Wilts.,  1658-1700.  Died  1700.  WiU,  Archd. 
Sarum. 

SHARPE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  Dec. 
27,  1669.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Skipton,  Yorks.  School,  Skipton. 
Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (York) 
Sept.  1673.  Probably  of  Tealby,  Lines.,  and  father  of  Richard 
(1701)  and  Thomas  (1693). 

SHARP,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  24, 
1682.  S.  of  Francis,  husbandman.  B.  at  Stony  Middleton, 
Derbs.  School,  Repton.  Matric.  1682;  B.A.  1685-6.  One 
of  these  names  C.  of  Rotheram,  Yorks.;  died  1692. 

SHARP,  ROGER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  14,  1715.  Of 
Suffolk.  B.  1696.  Matric.  1715;  B.A.  1718-9.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Dec.  1719;  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  18,  1720.  V.  of 
Chasefield,  Suffolk,  1720.  R.  of  Gt  Wenham  and  V.  of 
Chattisham,  1723. 

SHARPE,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1622;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  R.  of  Sundridge,  Kent,  in 
1645.  Buried  there  May  11,  1680.  Father  of  Samuel  (1671) 
and  Isaac  (1677). 

SHARP,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  June  13,  1655.  S.  of 
John,  of  Little  Horton,  Bradford,  Yorks.,  Parliamentarian. 

B.  1640.  Matric.  1655.  Drowned,  1656.  Brother  of  Thomas 
(1649).   (W.  Cudworth,  Abraham  Sharp,  7.) 

SHARPE,   SAMUEL.    Adm.   pens,   (age   17)   at  Magdalene, 

June  3,  1671.   S.  of  Samuel  (1622),  R.  of  Sundridge,  Kent. 

Matric.  1671.  Brother  of  Isaac  (1677). 
SHARPE,  THOMAS.    B.A.  1504-5.    Of  Yorkshire.    M.A.  1508. 

Fellow   of   St    Catharine's,    1506.     Perhaps    chaplain    of 

Huggate,  near  Hull,  in  1525.  One  of  these  names  of  Manton, 

Rutland;  will  (P.C.C.)  1527. 
SHARPE,  THOMAS.   B.A.  from  St  John's,  1606-7;  M.A.  1610. 

Perhaps  ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  8,  1611-2. 

R.  of  Beckley,  Sussex,  1613.    WiU  (P.C.C.)  1644.    (W.  C. 

Renshaw.) 
SHARPE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1625; 

B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  May  27,  1632. 

C.  of  Brook,  Rutland,  1632-8. 

SHARP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  July  30, 
1638.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Battle,  Sussex.  School  (private). 
Matric.  1638;  B.A.  1641-2.  Buried  at  Gt  St  Andrew's, 
Cambridge,  Mar.  15,  1641-2.   (Peile,  1.  454.) 

SHARPE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  16, 
1646.  S.  of  Thomas,  yeoman,  of  Hornby,  Lanes.  B.  there. 
School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1647;  B.A.  1650-1.  Doubtless 
R.  of  Tatham,  Lanes.,  1661-99.  Died  1699-1700.  Will 
(Archd.  Richmond)  1700.   Probably  father  of  John  (1678). 

SHARP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Sept.  3,  1649.  S.  of 
John,  of  Little  Horton,  Bradford,  Yorks.,  Parliamentarian. 
B.  there,  Oct.  1633.  Matric.  1649;  B.A.  1653;  M.A.  1657. 
Fellow,  Jan.  25,  1657-8.  EpiscopaUy  ordained.  R.  of  Add, 
Yorks.,  -1660-2,  ejected.  Preacher  at  Morley,  1672,  and 
probably  at  Mill  Hill  Chapel,  Leeds.  Married  (i)  Elizabeth 
Bagnall;  (2)  Faith,  dau.  of  Rev.  James  Sale,  of  Pudsey,  near 
Leeds.  Died  Aug.  27,  1693,  aged  59.  Buried  at  St  John's, 
Leeds.  Brother  of  Abraham,  the  mathematician,  for  whom 
see  D.N.B.  and  Samuel  (1655).  (Calamy,  11.  551;  Due.  Lead., 
37;  W.  Cudworth,  Rambles  Round  Horton.) 


Sharp,  Thomas 

SHARPE,  THOMAS.  Adtn.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  19, 
1659.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Hawthorn,  Easington,  Durham. 
Bapt.  there,  Sept.  3,  1641.  School,  Auckland  (Mr  Ralph 
Robinson).  Matric.  1659;  B.A.  1662-3;  M.A.  1667.  V.  of 
Dalton-le-Dale,  Durham,  1665-1715.  Married  Dorothy 
Paxton,  Feb.  11,  1700-1.  Buried  at  Dalton-le-Dale,  Mar.  20, 
1714-5.   (H.  M.  Wood.) 

SHARP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  25, 
i57^_5.  ist  s.  of  Thomas,  yeoman,  deceased,  of  Morcott, 
Rutland.  B.  at  Northampton.  School,  Uppingham.  Matric. 
1675;  B.A.  1678-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  21,  1679. 
V.  of  Denford-cwm-Ringstead,  Northants.,  1681-1715. 
Married  Mary  Ekins,  of  Ringstead,  Northants.,  Apr.  18, 
1683.  Buried  at  Ringstead,  Nov.  28,  1715.  M.I.  See  Al. 
Oxon.  for  a  contemporary  namesake.  Father  of  Thomas 
(1711).   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

SHARP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  4,  i68o; 
'Grecian'  from  Christ's  Hospital.  Of  Middlesex.  S.  of 
William,  citizen  and  merchant  taylor  of  St  Giles',  Cripple- 
gate.  B.  Mar.  12,  1662-3.  Matric.  1681;  B.A.  1684-5;  M.A. 
1688. 

SHARP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  May  4, 
1693.  S.  of  Robert  (?  1669).  B.  at  Tealby,  Lines.  School, 
Skipton,  Yorks.  Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1696-7.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  May  30,  1697;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1698.  Brother  of 
Richard  (1700-1). 

SHARP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  25, 
1709.  S.  of  John  (1660),  Archbishop  of  York.  Bapt.  Jan.  1, 
1693-4,  at  St  Martin-in-the-Fields,  London.  School,  St 
Paul's,  London.  Matric.  1709;  Scholar,  1709;  B.A.  1712-3; 
M.A.  1716;  D.D.  1729.  FelJow,  1715.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
June  16,  1717;  priest  (York)  Feb.  1717-8.  Preb.  of  South- 
well, 1718-58.  V.  of  Ormsby,  Yorks.,  1719.  Preb.  of  York, 
1719-58.  R.  of  Rothbury,  Northumberland,  1720-58. 
Archdeacon  of  Northumberland,  1723-58.  R.  of  Howick, 
17-23-58.  Preb.  of  Durham,  1732-58.  Married  Judith,  dau. 
of  Rev.  George  Wheeler,  Preb.  of  Durham.  Author, 
theological  and  biographical.  Died  Mar.  15,  1758.  Buried 
in  Durham  Cathedral.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  John  (1693), 
Father  of  John  (1740)  and  Thomas  (1743).  {D.N.B.;  Baker, 
n.  255.) 

SHARP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  May  24, 
1711.  S.  of  Thomas  (1674-5),  V.  of  Denford-CMm-Ringstead, 
Northants.  Bapt.  Jan.  27,  1691-2,  at  Ringstead.  School, 
Uppingham.  Matric.  1711;  B.A.  1714-5.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  June  11,  1715;  priest.  May  26,  1716;  C.  of  Denford- 
cum-Ringstead,  1715.  V.  of  Irchester,  1721-45.  Married, 
at  Irchester,  to  Hannah  Negus,  of  Shelton,  Beds.,  Oct.  30, 

1721.  Will  dated,  Jan.  8,  1736-7;  proved  (Archd.  North- 
ampton) Feb.  19,  1744-5. 

SHARP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Dec.  17, 
1736.  1st  s.  of  Samuel,  farmer,  of  Elmington,  in  Oundle, 
Northants.  B.  there.  Schools,  Oundle  and  Oakham.  Matric. 
1737;  B.A.  1740-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  22,  1740-1; 
priest,  May  29,  1743.  Perhaps  C.  of  St  Stephen's,  Walbrook. 
Buried  there  Nov.  30,  1753,  aged  37  (sic). 

SHARP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  May  3, 
2743.  S.  of  Thomas  (1709),  D.D.  Bapt.  Apr.  2,  1725,  at 
Rothbury,  Northumberland.  School,  Durham  (Mr  Dong- 
worth).  Matric.  1743;  Scholar,  1744;  B.A.  1746-7;  M.A. 
1750;  B.D.  1761.  Fellow,  1749.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  June  4, 
1750;  priest  (London)  Feb.  28,  1755.  P.C.  of  Bamburgh, 
Northumberland,  1757-72.  V.  of  St  Bartholomew-the-Less, 
London,  1765-72.  Married,  at  St  Nicholas,  Newcastle, 
July  10,  1770,  to  Catharine  Pawson.  Died  at  Newcastle, 
Nov.  25  (?  30),  1772.  Buried  at  St  Nicholas.  Brother  of  John 
(1740).   (Baker,  11.  256;  Musgrave.) 

SHARPE,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1498-9. 

SHARPE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Sept.  4,  1581.  Of  London.  S.  of  Robert,  merchant. 
Matric.  1581;  B.A.  1585-6;  M.A.  1589;  B.D.  1597.  FeUow, 
1584-98.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1591.  R.  of  Tiverton  (Pitt 
portion),  1597-1637.  V.  of  Stokenham,  Devon,  1603.  Prob- 
ably R.  of  Tidcombe,  Wilts.  WiU  (Exeter)  1637;  of  Tid- 
combe.  Brother  of  Lionel  (1576),  etc.  {Vis.  of  Devon,  1620.) 

SHARPE,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  c.  1593. 

SHARPE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  14, 
1630-1.  Of  Leicestershire.  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634-5; 
M.A.  1638;  B.D.  i66i  [Lit.  Reg.).  R.  of  Teversham,  Cambs., 
in  1644. 

SHARP,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Peterhouse,  May 
30,  1711;  pens.  Nov.  20,  1712.  Of  Durham.  School,  Houghton- 
le-Spring.  Matric.  1710-1;  Scholar,  1712;  B.A.  1714-5;  M.A. 

1722.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  13,  1714-5;  priest,  June  22, 
1718. 

SHARP,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Dec.  14, 
1716.  S.  of  William,  of  York.  School,  York  (Mr  Herbert). 
Matric.  1716. 


Shaw,  Anthony 

SHARPE, .  B.Can.L.  1509-10. 

SHARPE, .  M.A.  from  Clare,  1595  (in  ordo). 

SHARP, .  Adm.  at  E.mmanuel,  Easter,  1627. 

SHARPAW, .   M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1473-4. 

SHARPIN,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  c.  July,  1730. 
S.  of  Thomas,  late  of  West  Wretham,  Norfolk.  B.  at  Necton. 
School,  Wymondham  (Mr  Brett).  Scholar,  1730-4;  Matric. 
1731;  M.B.  1736.  Practised  physic  at  East  Dereham  and 
afterwards  at  Bury.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  William  Bullock, 
of  Sturston  Hall,  Oct.  20,  1741.  Died  at  Holt,  Dec.  27,  1782, 
aged  70.   {Venn,  11.  33.) 

SHARPEN,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Pembroke, 
Jan.  18,  1639-40.  S.  of  Edward,  husbandman.  B.  at 
Chediston,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1640;  B.A.  1643-4;  M.A.  1647. 
Ord.  priest  (Bishop  Hall,  of  Norwich)  Aug.  24,  1654.  R.  of 
Shadingfield,  Suffolk.  C.  of  Stoven,  1672-88.  Admon. 
(Ipswich)  Feb.  4,  1688-9,  to  his  wife  Catherine. 

SHARPEN,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  18,  1684.  S.  of 
Francis,  of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1684;  B.A.  1687-8.  Perhaps  the 
same  who  graduated  M.B.  from  Jesus,  1708. 

SHARPEY,  NATHANIEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1623;  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630,  'Sharpe.'  One  of  these  names 
(Sharpie),  of  Whitefriars,  licence  to  go  to  Leyden,  Apr.  18, 
1632.  {Geneal.,  N.S.,  xxiii.  115.) 

SHARPIE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Christ's,  Dec. 
1612.  (Possibly  one  of  the  Sharpeigh  family  of  Cranbrooke, 
Kent,  for  whom  see  Hasted,  iii.  46.) 

SHARPHAROWE  or  SHARPEROWE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar 
from  St  John's,  Easter,  1570;  B.A.  1573-4.  V.  of  Shem- 
bome,  Norfolk,  1577. 

SHARPINGTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Caius,  June  15,  1631. 
S.  of  George,  citizen  of  Norwich.  School,  Nonvich  (Mr 
Stonham).  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  (Jesus)  1638. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1645.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  20, 
1640.   C.  of  Wimpole,  Cambs.,  c.  1644.   {Venn,  i.  301.) 

SHARPLES,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Jesus, 
Mar.  1,  1674-5.  S.  of  Thomas.  Matric.  1674-5;  Scholar,  1677. 

SHARPLES,  JAMES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1584;  B.A.  1587-8;  M.A.  1591.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.; 
priest.  Mar.  7,  1590-1.  R.  of  Kirkham,  Lanes.,  1591-4. 
Died  1594. 

SHARPLES,  RICHARD.  B.A.  1473-4;  M.A.  1480;  B.D.  1484-5. 
Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1477.  Appointed  to  a  chantry  at 
Windsor,  1493.  Perhaps  R.  of  Milend,  Essex,  1527-42.  Will 
(Comm.  Essex)  1542. 

SHAROCK  or  SHORROCK,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  St 
John's,  Michs.  1589.  B.  about  1566.  B.A.  1592-3.  Ord. 
priest  (Coventry  and  Lichfield).  At  Rotherham  for  six  years. 
V.  of  Benington,  Lines.,  1600.  Will  (Lincoln)  1626. 

SHARROCK,  REGINALD.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  14)  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  Aug.  25,  1595.  Of  Milton  Malsor,  Northants. 
Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Giles,  R.  of  Milton  Malsor.  Matric.  c. 
1595.  Left  in  1598.  Succeeded  his  father  as  R.  of  Milton 
Malsor,  1610.   Buried  there  Mar.  25,  1625.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

SHARROCK,  THEOPHILUS.  M.A.  1614  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
Of  Yorkshire  (cler.  fil.).  Matric.  (Queen's  College,  Oxford) 
Feb.  22,  1604-5,  age  18;  B.A.  1608;  M.A.  1614. 

SHAVINGTON  or  SHABINGTON,  JOHN.  B.A.  1478-9;  M.A. 
T482-3.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1481-1503.   (T.A.Walker.) 

SHAW,  see  also  SHORE. 

SHAW,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  3, 
1676.  S.  of  Jacob.  B.  at  Brampton,  Dcrbs.  Schools,  Bramp- 
ton (Mr  Colten)  and  Doncaster  (Mr  Cotterel).  Matric.  1676; 
B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1681; 
priest,  Sept.  1685.  R.  of  Edlington,  Yorks.,  1688-1719. 
Father  of  the  next. 

SHAW,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  23, 
1711.  S.  of  Abraham  (above),  R.  of  Edlington,  near  Don- 
caster,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Wakefield.  B.A.  1714-5. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1715;  priest,  1718. 

SHAW,  AMOS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter,  1651. 
Of  Nottinghamshire.   B.A.  1654-5. 

SHAW,  ANDREW.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  May  r, 
1701.  S.  of  Andrew,  surgeon.  B.  at  Burgh,  Lines.  School, 
Alford.  Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1704-5;  M.A.  170S.  Fellow,  1706. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  9,  1706-7;  priest  (Lincoln)  June 
19,  1709.  R.  of  Heydon,  Norfolk,  1713.  R.  of  Hevingham, 
1720.   Father  of  the  next  and  Samuel  (1744). 

SHAW,  ANDREW.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  July  7, 
1737.  S.  of  Andrew  (above),  clerk,  R.  of  Heydon.  B.  in 
Norfolk.   Brother  of  Samuel  (1744). 

SHAWE,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1576; 
B.A.  1579-80;  M..-^.  1583.  One  of  these  names  s.  of  Henry, 
of  Tiersley,  Yorks.;  died  1639. 

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Shaw,  Charles 

SHAW,  CHARLES.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Trinity, 
Nov.  1679.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  John,  ist  Bart.,  of  Kent  (by  his 
2nd  wife  Bridget,  Viscountess  Kilmurry).  Ma  trie.  1680; 
B  A.  1680-1.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Jan.  29,  1680-1. 
Called  to  the  Bar,  1688.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Philip 
Harbord,  of  StanninghalJ,  Norfolk.  Died  at  Besthorp,  Apr. 
26,  1716.  Half-brother  of  John  (1675)  and  probably  father 
of  John  (1709).   (Burke;  Kimber,  11.  318.) 

SHAW,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  July  30, 
1680.  Of  Shropshire.  S.  of  William.  School,  Audlem, 
Cheshire.  Matric.  1680;  B.A.  1683-4;  M.A.  1697.  R-  of 
Lawton,  Cheshire,  1705-32.  Buried  there  June  24,  1732. 
(Ormerod,  iii.  12.) 

SHAWE,  CHRISTOPHER.  B.A.  1533-4- 

SHAWE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec. 
1614. 

SHAW,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene, 
May  18,  1696.  S.  of  John,  clerk.  B.  at  Alford,  Lines.  School, 
Alford.  Matric.  1696.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1695). 

SHAWE,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1624. 
Of  Lancashire.  Migrated  to  Queens',  1628.  B.A.  1628. 
Perhaps  C.  of  Rivington,  Lanes.,  c.  1635-9;  C.  of  Goosnargh. 
Buried  there  May  29,  1645.  (E.  Axon.) 

SHAW,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  13,  1620-1. 
Matric.  1621;  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1632.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Sept.  22,  1638;  priest.  Mar.  9,  1638-9. 

SHAW,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  27, 

1663.  S.  of  James,  of  Chesterfield,  Derbs. 
SHAW,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  6, 

1664.  S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Newsome,  Richmond.  B.  there. 
School,  Brignall  (Mr  Johnson).  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8. 
Signs  for  deacon's  orders  (London)  May  28,  1670. 

SHAW,  EUSEBIUS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  May  27, 
1656.  S.  of  (?John  (1623)),  clerk,  of  Rotherham,  Yorks. 
(But  he  does  not  appear  in  the  pedigree,  F.M.G.,  328). 
School,  Rotherham.  Matric.  1656.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln). 
Perhaps  brother  of  John  (1679)- 

SHAW,  GEOFFREY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  29, 
1676.  S.  of  George,  deceased,  of  Stainmore,  Westmorland. 
B.  there.  School,  Appleby.  Matric.  1676;  B.A.  1679-80; 
M.A.  1683;  B.D.  1691.  Fellow,  1680-1700.  Junior  Proctor, 
1689-90.  V.  of  Hauxton  with  Newton,  Cambs.,  1687-96. 
R.  of  Souldeme,  Oxon.,  1698-1706.  Died  Nov.  17,  1706. 
{Coll.  Hist.,  210.) 

SHAW,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1575. 
Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  12,  1583;  priest  (Win- 
chester) June  25,  1584.  V.  of  Risby,  Lines.,  1584;  'bred  in 
the  schools.'  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Ryarsh,  Kent,  1603; 
buried  Oct.  8,  1617. 

SHAWE,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1627; 
Scholar,  1631;  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  FeUow,  1633, 
ejected.  Perhaps  R.  of  Dinsdale,  Durham,  1633.  One  of 
these  names  V.  of  Wath,  Yorks.,  1658;  buried  at  Kirklington, 
Jan.  30,  1658-9. 

SHAW,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  8, 
1650.  S.  of  Robert,  yeoman,  of  Bradfield,  Yorks.  B.  there. 
School,  Bramley,  Yorks.  (private).   Matric.  1650. 

SHAW,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  7, 
1658,  from  Queen's  College,  Oxford.  S.  of  Robert  (?  1622), 
clerk,  of  Cockerham,  Lanes.  B.  there.  School,  Rivington. 
B.A.  1659-60.  Minister  of  Cockerham,  in  1661.  V.  of 
Poulton-le-Fylde,  1662-74.  Buried  there  July  13,  1674- 
Brother  of  Laurence  (1656-7). 

SHAW,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  17, 
1740-1.  S.  of  WiUiara,  of  Wakefield,  Yorks.  School,  Wake- 
field. Matric.  1741;  Scholar,  1743;  B.A.  i744-5-  Ord.  priest 
(York)  June,  1748.  C.  of  Felkirk.  R.  of  Kirk  Smeaton, 
1759-79.   V.  of  Womersley,  1768-79.  Died  i779- 

SHAWE,  GERARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  13, 
1647.  S.  of  Thomas  (?  1614),  R.  of  Aldingham,  Lanes.  B. 
there.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1647;  B.A.  1650-1;  M.A. 
1654- 

SHAW,  GILBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter  1544. 

SHAW,  GODFREY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1615; 
B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.) 
Aug.  23,  1624. 

SCHAWE,  HARIE  (?  HENRY).  M.A.  from  Glasgow.  Fellow  of 
Peterhouse  (by  Royal  mandate) ;  adm.  there  as  probationer. 
May  11,  1611.  Probably  incorp.  at  Oxford,  1611.  (Al.  Oxon.; 
T.A.  Walker.) 

SHAW,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1608;  B.A. 
1612-3;  M.A.  1616.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  22, 
1616.  Perhaps  Master  of  Rivington  School,  Lanes.,  1625. 
One  of  these  names  minister  of  Upholland,  1646.  But  see 
Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary  namesake.   (Peile,  i.  271.) 


Shaw,  John 

SHAW,  HUGH.  B.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1583-4.  Perhaps  ord. 
priest   (Lincoln)    1587.    V.   of   Hemingford   Grey,   Hunts., 
1595-1602.  Died  1602. 
SHAWE,  HUGH.    Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1625.     Of  Nottinghamshire.    B.A.    1629-30.    Ord.   deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  21 ;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1628.  One  of  these  names 
V.  of  Belton,  Lines.,  c.  1650. 
SHAW,  HUGH.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  23, 
1677.    S.  of  Robert,  husbandman.    B.  at  Ravenstonedale, 
Westmorland.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1680-1. 
Ord.  deacon  (Carlisle,  Litt.  dim.  from  Durham)  May  29,  1681 ; 
priest  (Durham)  Sept.  23,  1683. 
SHAW,  HUGH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  May  19,  1703. 
S.  of  William,  husbandman.    B.  at  Brooksbeck,  Westmor- 
land.   School,  Sedbergh.    Matric.  1703;  B.A.  1707-8.    Ord. 
priest  (London)  Sept.  19,  1714-  Brother  of  Robert  (1696). 
SHAW,  HUMPHREY.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1629;  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636. 
SHAW,  INGRAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  2,  1723- 
Of  Yorkshire.    Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1727-8.    Lxtt.  dim.  from 
York,  May,   1729,  for  deacon's  orders,   i730-    V.  of  East 
Ardsley,  Yorks.,  1738-66.  Died  Sept.  27,  1766. 
SHAW,  JAMES.  B.A.  1506-7;  M.A.  1510. 

SHAW,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  22,  1671- 
2.  S.  of  James.  B.  at  Turton,  in  Bolton  parish.  Lanes. 
Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6.  Perhaps  minister  of  Hindley 
Chapel,  c.  1680-90.  Died  1690.  Admon.  (Chester)  1690. 
Possibly  father  of  John  (1702-3).  {Peile,  u.  40.) 
SHAW,  JOHN.  B.A.  1514-5;  M.A.  1518.  FeUow  cf  St  John's, 

1516. 
SHAWE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  15,  1581. 
S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Brampton,  Derbs.  School,  Mansfield, 
Notts.  Scholar,  1584-90;  B.A.  1588-9. 
SHAW,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1595. 
SHAWE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  3,  1596. 
SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  May  24,  1623,  S.  of 
John.  B.  at  Sykhouse,  near  Bradfield,  Yorks.,  June  23,  1608. 
Schools,  Darwen  and  Rotherham.  Matric.  1623;  B.A.  1626-7; 
M.A.  1630.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  27;  priest,  Dec.  28, 
1629.  Minister  at  Brampton,  near  Chesterfield,  1630-3. 
Minister  of  Chulmleigh,  Devon,  1634-6.  Lecturer  at  All 
Hallows,  York,  1636-9.  Head  of  the  Puritan  party  in  York. 
V.  of  Rotherham,  1639-45.  R.  of  Lymm,  Cheshire,  1643. 
V.  of  Skerringham,  near  York,  1644.  Lecturer  at  Holy 
Trinity,  Hull,  1645-62,  ejected.  Chaplain  to  Philip  Herbert, 
Earl  of  Montgomery  and  Earl  of  Pembroke.  Chaplain  to 
Parliamentary  commissions,  1646.  Master  of  the  Charter- 
house, Hull,  1651-62.  Royal  chaplain,  1660-2.  Ejected  from 
all  his  prefeiments,  1662.  Returned  to  Rotherham,  in  1662, 
and  preached  there  as  curate.  Author,  reUgious.  Died  Apr. 
19,  1672,  aged  65.  Buried  at  Rotherham.  M.I.  WiU,  York. 
Father  of  John  (1679)  and  perhaps  of  Eusebius  (1656). 
{D.N.B.;  Calamy,  11.  588;  Peile,  i.  351;  Hunter,  11.  24.) 
SHAWE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1639.  Of  Colchester.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Colchester,  gent. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  21,  1640.  Called  to  the  Bar, 
1647.  Recorder  of  Colchester.  M.P.  for  Colchester,  1659, 
1660-79.  Knighted,  Sept.  24,  i66i.  Serjeant-at-law,  i677- 
King's  Serjeant,  1683.  Married  Thamar,  dau.  of  Samuel 
Lewis,  of  Roydon,  Sufiolk.  Died  1690.  Fatherof  John  (1665), 
Samuel  (1667-8)  and  Thomas  (1667-8).    (Morant,  1.  483; 

A.  B.  Beaven.) 

SHAWE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  26, 
1652.  S.  of  John,  of  Ferry-on-the-Hill,  Merrington,  Durham. 

B.  there.  Bapt.  Apr.  26,  1635,  at  Bishop  Middleham. 
School,  Houghton,  Durham.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  23, 
1651-2. 

SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  June  6,  1665.  Of 
Colchester.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  John  (1639),  Knt.  B.  1648. 
Matric.  1665.  Married  three  wives.  Died  Jan.  13,  1681. 
Brother  of  Samuel  (1667-8)  and  Thomas  (1667-8).  {Morant, 
I.  118,  183.) 

SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  John's,  Mar.  17,  1665-6,  from 
Trinity  College,  Dublin  (adm.  there,  May  21,  1660).  S.  of 
Peter  (?  1613),  clerk,  of  Standish,  Lanes.  B.  there.  B.A. 
1665-6;  M.A.  1669.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  c.  1667;  priest,  May, 
1670.  Probably  buried  Mar.  11,  1688-9,  at  St  Nicholas, 
Liverpool. 

SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  June  3,  1668. 
S.  of  Richard,  farmer.  B.  at  Blechington,  Sussex.  Matnc. 
1669;  B.A.  1671-2;  M.A.  1675. 

SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Nov.  19,  1672. 
S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Newsham,  near  Thirsk,  Yorks.  B. 
there.  School,  Brignall.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1676-7.  This, 
or  the  next,  ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1678-9;  priest, 
June,  1679.  Perhaps  R.  of  Erwarton,  Sufiolk,  1684. 

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SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  14, 1673- 
S.  of  John,  clerk,  of  Boughton  (?  Broughton,  near  Skipton), 
Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  'Morthale.'  Matric.  1673;  B.A. 
1676-7. 
SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  27,  1673,  from 
Brasenose  College,  Oxford.  Matric.  there,  May  28,  1666, 
age  17.  S.  of  Henry,  of  Thornton,  Cheshire.  B.A.  (Brasenose 
College,  Oxford)  1669-70;  M.A.  (Cambridge)  1673-  R-  of 
Swettenham,  Cheshire,  1677-1714.  Buried  there  Sept.  12, 
1714.  Father  of  Richard  (1705).  {Al.Oxon.;Ormerod,  111.44.) 

SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  15,  1674-  Of 
Durham.  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  i68i.  Perhaps 
ord.  deacon  (Durham)  Sept.  23,  1677,  'B.A.';  priest  (Carlisle, 
Ljtt.  dim.  from  Durham)  May  25,  1678.  Probably  C.  of 
Denton,  Durham,  1682-1740.  Died  Apr.  8,  1740. 

SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  May  18,  1675. 
S.  of  Sir  John,  Knt.  and  Bart.,  of  London,  and  of  Eltham, 
Kent.  Matric.  1675.  Succeeded  his  father  as  2nd  Bart., 
Mar.  T,  1679-80,  as  also  to  the  Collectorship  of  the  Customs 
of  London.  Of  Eltham  Lodge.  Married  (i)  Margaret,  dau. 
of  Sir  John  Peake,  mercer  of  London;  (2)  Sarah,  dau.  of 
William  Paggen,  of  London.  Died  Dec.  11,  1721.  Buried  at 
Eltham.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1722.   (Burke;  G.E.C.,  iv.  12.) 

SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Nov.  14,  1679.  S.  of 
John  (1623),  clerk,  V.  of  Rotherham  and  of  Hull  (by  his 
2nd  wife  Margaret,  dau.  of  John  Stillington,  of  Yorks.). 
Bapt.  Feb.  15,  1662-3,  at  Rotherham.  School,  Rotherham 
(Mr  Farrer).  Buried  at  Rotherham,  Jan.  i,  1682-3,  aged  20. 
Perhaps  brother  of  Eusebius  (1656).  {Peile,  11.  76;  F.M.G., 
328.) 

SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  25, 
1702-3.  S.  of  James  (?  1671-2),  deceased.  B.  at  Fumess, 
Lanes.  School,  Kendal  (Mr  Lancaster).  Matric.  1702-3; 
B.A.  1706-7;  M.A.  1710;  B.D.  1717.  Fellow,  1708-29.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  June  19, 1709;  priest  (Lincoln)  May  27,  1711. 

SHAW,  JOHN.  Incorp.  D.D.  1708,  from  Trinity  College,  Dublin. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  Nov.  27,  1717.  (Not  found  in  Al.  Dublin.) 

SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare,  May  12,  1709. 
Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Charles  (1679).  B.  in  London.  Matric. 
1709.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  4,  1713.  A  captain  in 
the  Guards.  Of  Besthorpe,  Norfolk,  Esq.  Died  s.p.,  1722. 
(Burke;  Kimber,  11.  319.) 

SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  13,  1736. 
S.  of  Thomas  (1693),  clerk,  R.  of  Wyberton,  Lines.  School, 
Lincoln.  Matrio.  1737;  LL.B.  1742;  LL.D.  1766.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  27,  1742-3;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1743. 
R.  of  Wyberton,  1743-88.  Died  Oct.  5,  1788,  aged  70. 
Buried  at  Wyberton.   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  869.) 

SHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  July  4,  1740. 
S.  of  John,  of  St  James',  London.  School,  King's,  Ely 
(Mr  Maule).  Matric.  1740;  Scholar,  1741;  B.A.  1744-5.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.;  priest,  Dec.  1750.  R.  of  Brettenham, 
Sufiolk,  1752-98.  Died  1798. 

SHAW,  LAURENCE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  14, 
1656-7.  S.  of  Robert  (?  1622),  clerk,  deceased,  of  Cockerham, 
Lanes.  B.  there,  Feb.  23,  1636-7.  School,  Blackrod,  Lanes. 
(Mr  Dilwoorth).  Matric.  1657;  B.A.  1660-1.  V.  of  Cocker- 
ham,  Lanes.,  1662-95.  Died  c.  1695.  Will  (Archd.  Rich- 
mond) 1696.  Brother  of  George  (1658).  (R.Stewart-Brown.) 

SHAWE,  LEONARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1570; 
B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  1579.  R.  of  Radcliffe,  Lanes.,  c.  1584- 
1624.  Died  1624. 

SHAW,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  June  14, 
1664.  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671-  Fellow,  1672. 
Buried  at  St  Botolph's,  Cambridge,  May  17,  1678. 

SHAW,  PERCIVAL.   Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1448. 

SHAW,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1560; 
Scholar,  1560;  B.A.  1563-4;  M.A.  1567;  B.D.  1574;  D.D. 
1583.  Fellow,  1564.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  21,  1568. 
University  preacher,  1570-1.  Canon  of  Durham,  1572-1608. 
R.  of  Bury,  Lanes.,  1572-1608.  Buried  there,  July  11,  1608. 
Benefactor  to  Trinity  College.  Father  of  the  next.  [Cooper, 
"•  493-) 

SHAW,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1613. 
S.  of  Peter  (above).  B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1620-1;  M.A. 
from  Magdalene,  1624.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1624.  Ord.  priest 
(York)  Sept.  1625.  Fellow  of  the  Collegiate  church  of 
Manchester,  1634-45,  ejected.  R.  of  Radcliffe,  Lanes., 
1638-52.  Died  before  Oct.  26,  1660.  Probably  father  of 
John  (1665-6).   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SHAW,  RALPH.  B.A.  1459-60;  M.A.  1464-5.  Probably  feUow 
of  Queens',  1479.  R.  of  Harlton,  Cambs.,  1464.  Perhaps 
preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1477-84,  'S.T.B.'  V.  of  Stockton,  Wilts. 
Preb.  of  Sarum,  1477.    Went  to  London,  1470-1,  about  a 

~  gift  of  books  by  the  Eari  of  Worcester.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1484. 
Brother  of  Sir  Edmund,  sometime  mayor.  (Hennessy; 
Or.  Bk  A,  86.) 


Shaw,  Samuel 

SHAW,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  20, 
1646.  S.  of  Robert,  husbandman,  of  Downham,  Lanes. 
B.  there.   Matric.  1646. 

SHAWE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  23,  1666. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1673. 
Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  19,  1675.  R.  of  Stratford  St  Mary, 
Suffolk,  1677-1709. 

SHAW,  RICHARD.   Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  May  3, 

1705.  S.   of  John   (1673),   R.   of    Swettenham,   Cheshire. 
B.  there.   Matric.  1705;  B.A.  1708-9. 

SHAW,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  26,  1722. 
Of  Lancashire.  B.  1706.  Matric.  1722;  B.A.  1725-6;  M.A. 
1729;  B.D.  1738.  Fellow.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  19,  1731; 
priest,  June  20,  1736.  V.  of  Foxton.  Cambs.,  1741-3.  V.  of 
Oakington,  1743. 

SHAWE  or  SHEWE,  ROBERT.  A  scribe  employed  by  the 
University,  c.  1456-7;  perhaps  a  graduate.   (Gr.  Bk  A,  10.) 

SHAW,  ROBERT.  B.A.  1513-4-  Of  Yorkshire.  M.A.  1517. 
Fellow  of  St  John's,  1516.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  28; 
priest,  Apr.  11,  1517;  'of  CoUingham.' 

SHAWE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1544;  B.A.  1547-8;  M.A.  1551;  B.D.  1555-6.  Fellow, 
1548-58.  Bursar,  1552-3.  University  preacher,  1555.  Preb. 
of  Dorchester,  1558-60.  A  recusant,  in  1561,  and  confined 
to  the  county  of  Salop.   (T.  A.  Walker.) 

SHAWE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Nov.  1548. 
Of  Lincoln.  B.A.  1552-3;  M.A.  from  Christ's,  1555.  FeUow 
of  Christ's,  1554-7.  Officiated  at  Bourn,  Cambs.,  1556-7. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Hawkedon,  Suffolk,  1560.  One  of  these  names 
R.  of  Stansfield;  will  (P.C.C.)  1584.   (Peile,  i.  43.) 

SHAW,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1570.  One  of  these  names  ord.  deacon  (Coventry  and  Lich- 
field) June  18,  1570;  V.  of  Owston,  Lines.,  1577-8. 

SHAWE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1622; 
B.A.  1624-5 ;  M.A.  1628.  Doubtless  V.  of  Cockerham,  Lanes., 
1633-49-  Buried  there  Aug.  4,  1649.  Probably  father  of 
Laurence  (1656-7)  and  George  (1658). 

SHAW,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1629.  Of  London.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  St  Peter's, 
Comhill.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Sept.  20,  1632.  Married 
Hester,  dau.  of  Jefferies  Ayres,  Jan.  12,  1636-7.  Died  1662, 
aged  48.  (Clutterbuck,  11.  102.) 

SHAW,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1649. 

SHAW,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  1671.  S.  of 
Robert.  B.  at  Knutsford.  School,  Tamworth.  Matric.  1671; 
B.A.  1674;  M.A.  1678.  Ord.  deacon  (Worcester)  Oct.;  priest, 
Dec.  1681.  Head  Master  of  Lichfield  Grammar  School,  c. 
1681.  Died  1704.  M.I.  in  St  Mary's  Church,  Lichfield. 
Father  of  Peter  (1752).   (Peile,  11.  37.) 

SHAW,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  St  John's,  June  23, 
1696.  S.  of  William,  husbandman.  B.  at  Ravenstonedale, 
Westmorland.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1699- 
1700.  Ord.  deacon  (Carlisle)  May  26,  1700;  priest  (Norwich) 
Sept.  20,  1702.  Master  of  Ravenstonedale  Grammar  School, 
1700-2.   C.  of  Sutton  St  Edmund's,  and  St  James',  Lines., 

1706.  Brother  of  Hugh  (1703).    (One  of  these  names  of 
Hugglescote,  Leics.,  clerk.   Will  (Leicester)  1732.) 

SHAW,  ROBERT.  M.A.  from  Christ's,  1700,  from  Brasenose 
College,  Oxford.  Matric.  there.  Mar.  29,  1693,  age  19;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1696.  Perhaps  R.  of  Handley,  Cheshire,  1703. 
(Peile,  II.  129,  149.) 

SHAW,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Dec.  23, 
1650.  S.  of  Thomas,  blacksmith,  of  Repton,  Derbs.  B.  there, 
1635.  School,  Repton.  Matric.  1651;  B.A.  1655-6.  Master 
of  Tamworth  Grammar  School,  Staffs.,  1656.  Ord.  at 
Wirksworth,  Derbs.,  by  the  classical  presbytery.  R.  of 
Long  Whatton,  Leics.,  1658-61,  ejected.  Intruding  R.  of 
East  Bamet,  Middlesex,  1658-61,  ejected.  Head  Master  of 
Ashby-de-la-Zouch  School,  1668.  Author,  miscellaneous. 
Died  Jan.  22,  1695-6.  Possibly  father  of  Samuel  (1684). 
(Calamy,  11.  132;  F.M.G.,  1.  377;  D.N.B.;  Nichols,  iii.  1110.) 

SHAW,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Jan.  9,  1667-8.   2nd 

s.  of  Sir  John  (1639),  Knt.,  of  Colchester  and  of  Lincoln's  Inn. 

Matric.   1667-8.    Adm.   at   Lincoln's   Inn,   Nov.   27,    1669. 

Died  Apr.  16,  1677.    Brother  of  John  (1665)  and  Thomas 

(1667-8).   (Morant,  1.  i.  118.) 
SHAW,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  5,  1670.    Of 

Cheshire.    Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  1677.    Incorp. 

at  Oxford,  1677.    Probably  ord.  deacon  (Chester)  June  14; 

priest,  Sept.  20,   1674.    Schoolmaster  of  Wigan,  till  1686. 

Head  Master  of  Warrington  School,  1686.  R.  of  Warrington, 

1690-1718.    One  of  the  King's  preachers  in  Lanes.,  1682. 

Preb.  of  Chester,   1707.    Died   1718.    Will  (Chester)   1718. 

Benefactor  to  Queens'  library.   (E.  Axon.) 


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Shaw,  Samuel 

SHAW,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  i6,  1684. 
Of  Leicestershire.   Possibly  s.  of  Samuel  (1650). 

SHAW,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Oct.  7,  I7i9.  Pre- 
viously matric.  (Christ  Church,  Oxford)  Nov.  10,  1716,  age  17. 
S.  of  Samuel,  of  Tamworth,  Staffs.  B.  there.  Matric.  1719; 
B.A.  1721-2. 

SHAW,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  June  29, 
1744.  S.  of  Andrew  (1701),  R.  of  Heydon,  Norfolk.  Matric. 
1745;  B.A.  1747-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  1748;  priest, 
June,  1753.  Probably  R.  of  Melton  Constable,  Norfolk, 
1754-64.  V.  of  Bemey,  1758-64.  Died  May  3,  1764.  Brother 
of  Andrew  (i737). 

SHAWE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1559; 
B.A.  1563-4. 

SHAWE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1566. 

SHAWE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1614; 
B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621.  Probably  R.  of  Aldingham-m- 
Fumess,  Lanes.,  1625-67.  A  member  of  the  Ninth  Lanes. 
Classis,  1646.  Conformed  at  the  Restoration.  Died  Oct.  19, 
1667,  aged  70.  Buried  at  Aldingham.  M.I.  WiU,  Archd. 
Richmond.  Probably  father  of  Gerard  (1647).  {Petle,  1.  299.) 

SHAW,  THOMAS.  .-Vdm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  July  9, 
1645.   Of  Leicestershire.  Matric.  1646;  B.A.  1649. 

SHAW,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Jan.  9,  1667-8.  3rd 
s.  of  Sir  John  (1639),  Knt.,  of  Colchester.  Matric.  1667-8; 
Scholar,  1671;  B.A.  1671-2;  M.A.  1675.  R.  of  Greenstead 
by  Colchester,  1676-92.  R.  of  Gt  Holland,  1678-92.  Died 
May  3,  1692,  aged  40.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  John  (1665) 
and  Samuel  (1667-8).   (A.  Gray.) 

SHAW,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Jesus,  June  10,  1675. 
Of  Yorkshire.   Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1678-9. 

SHAW,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  1676.  Matric. 
1677;  B.A.  1680-1;  M.A.  1685. 

SHAW,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  June  9, 
1693.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Wainfleet  All  Saints',  Lines.  School, 
Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1696-7;  M.A.  1700. 
Fellow,  1700.  R.  of  Wyberton,  Lines.,  1712-43-  Died  Sept.  9, 
1756,  aged  80.  Father  of  John  (1736).  {Lines.  Pedigrees, 
869;  G.  Mag.) 

SHAW,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  2, 
1695.  S.  of  John,  clerk.  B.  at  Alford,  Lines.  School,  Alford. 
Matric.  1697;  B.A.  1699-1700.  One  of  these  names  R.  of 
Galby,  Leics.,  1737-48.  Brother  of  Christopher  (1696). 

SHAW,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  30, 
1698.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Colchester.  School,  Brentwood. 
Matric.  1698;  Scholar,  1698;  LL.B.  1703.   [Peile,  11.  141.) 

SHAW,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  May  7,  1722. 
S.  of  William,  of  Cheshire.  School,  St  Paul's,  London. 

SHAW,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  July  i, 
1734.  S.  of  James,  of  Lancashire.  Bapt.  July  16,  1715,  at 
Deane.  School,  Clitheroe.  Matric.  1735;  B.A.  1737-8.  Ord. 
priest  (Chester)  June  26,  1757-  Perhaps  Master  of  Bolton 
School,  1747,  'B.A.'  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Endfield, 
Stags.,  1765-70.   (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  459.) 

SHAW,  THOMAS.  D.D.  1736  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Gabriel,  of  Kendal,  Westmorland.  B.  there,  June  4,  1694. 
School,  Kendal.  Matric.  from  Queen's  CoUege  Oxford,  Dec.  5, 
1711,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1716;  M.A.  1719-20;  D.D.  1734. 
Fellow  of  Queen's,  1727.  Principal  of  St  Edmund  Hall, 
1740-51.  Regius  Proiessor  of  Greek  at  Oxford,  1741-51. 
F.R.S.,  1734.  Chaplain  to  the  English  Factory  at  Algiers, 
1720-33.  V.  of  GodshiU,  Isle  of  Wight,  i734-  V.  of  Bramley, 
Hants.,  1742-51.  Married  Joanna,  widow  of  Edward  Holden, 
sometime  Consul  in  Algiers,  Mar.  30,  1742,  at  St  George's, 
Queen  Square,  London.  A  noted  traveller  and  antiquary. 
Died  Aug.  15,  1751.  M.I.  at  Bramley.   (Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

SHAW,  THURSTON.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  23,  1557.  Of  Saffron  Walden.  Matric.  1557-8. 
Name  off,  1559.  Ord.  priest,  July  27,  1560.  R.  of  Theydon 
Mount,  Essex,  1566-88.  V.  of  Stonehouse,  Gloucs.,  1574. 
Buried  there.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1610.   (F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

SHAW,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  St  John's,  June  27, 
1737.  S.  of  John,  husbandman,  of  Cheshire.  B.  at  Cherming- 
ham.  School,  Audlem  (Mr  Evans).  Matric.  1740;  B.A.  i740- 
i;  M.A.  1763.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  15,  1740-1;  priest. 
Mar.  25,  1741.  V.  of  Holbeach,  Lines.,  1741-50.  V.  of 
Bierton,  Bucks.,  1750-86,  where  he  kept  a  school.  V.  of 
Medmenham,  1759-81.  V.  of  St  Michael,  St  Albans,  Herts., 
1763-77.  Died  Sept.  17,  1786,  aged  72.  M.I.  at  Bierton. 
(Scott-Mayor,  iii.  486;  Lipscomb,  11.  102.) 

SHAWE,  WILLIAM.  D.D.  from  Peterhouse,  1624  (Lit.  Reg.). 
One  of  these  names,  M.A.,  Master  of  Sherbum  Hospital, 
Durham,  1623-36,  and  R.  of  Egglescliffe,  'D.D.,'  1625-36. 


Shaxton,  William 

SHAWE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Sept.  11, 
1633.  S.  of  WUliam,  yeoman.  Bapt.  Dec.  21,  1614,  at  Bishop 
Middleham,  Durham.  Schools,  Durham  and  Kirk  Merring- 
ton.  Matric.  1633. 

SHAW,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  May  12, 
1635.  S.  of  Ralph,  yeoman,  of  Sandbach,  Cheshire.  B.  there. 
School,  Sandbach  (private).  Matric.  1635;  B.A.  1638-9; 
M.A.  1642.  R.  of  Mavesyn  Ridware,  Staffs.;  presented,  1648; 
instituted,  1660-72.  Probably  minister  of  Broughton  Chapel, 
c.  1652.  R.  of  Mucklestone,  1662-72.  Preb.  of  Lichfield, 
1663-72.  Died  Nov.  16,  1672,  aged  55.  Buried  at  Mavesyn 
Ridware.  M.I.  (Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  i.  309;  Wm.  Salt, 
Arch.  Soc,  1915;  Shaw,  i.  191.) 

SHAWE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  30,  1635.  Of 
Lincohishire.  Perhaps  s.  of  William,  of  Wyberton,  Lines., 
yeoman.  Matric.  1635;  B.A.  1638;  M.A.  1642.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  June  23,  1640;  priest  (Lincohi)  June  5,  1642. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Firsby,  Lines.,  1641.  (Lines.  Pedigrees, 
868.) 

SHAWE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  28,  1647. 
Of  Worcestershire.   Matric.  1647;  B.A.  1651-2. 

SHAW,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  23, 
1680.  S.  of  Samuel,  of  Rushock,  Worcs.  School,  Chaddesley. 
Matric.  i68i ;  B.A.  1683-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Gloucester)  May  21, 
1687.   C.  of  Enfield. 

SHAW,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
Jime  9,  1702.  S.  of  William,  gent.  B.  in  London.  School, 
Eton.  Matric.  1705;  M.A.  1705  (Com.  Reg.).  Probably  adm. 
at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  25,  1701-2. 

SHAW,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  St  John's,  May  24, 
1710.  S.  of  Samuel,  draper.  B.  at  Shelley,  near  Hudders- 
field,  Yorks.  School,  Wakefield.  Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1713-4- 
Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Feb.  21,  1713-4;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1715. 
(One  of  these  names  ord.  priest  (York)  Sept.  1714,  B.A.) 
C.  of  Woodbridge,  Sufiolk.  R.  of  Akenham,  1720.  Perhaps 
V.  of  Bramford,  1723,  'M.A.' 

M.A.  1500.   University  preacher,  1507-8. 


Scholar  at  Christ's,  1550-1. 


SHAW, . 

SHAW, . 

SHAW, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1560. 

SHAW, .  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  May  15,  1679. 

SHAWBERY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1623-4. 
Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  John,  of  Bury,  Suffolk,  gent.  Matric. 
Easter,  1624;  B.A.  1627-8.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  14, 
1627-8.   Brother  of  the  next  and  Thomas  (1626-7J. 

SHAWBERY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1623-4. 
Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Bury,  Sufiolk,  gent.  Matric. 
Easter,  1624.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  15,  1628.  Brother 
of  Edward  (above)  and  of  the  next. 

SHAWBERY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  F;b.  26, 
1626-7.  Of  Suffolk.  Doubtless  s.  of  John,  of  Bury,  Suffolk. 
Matric.  1627.  Migrated  to  Queens',  Nov.  1628;  B.A.  1630-1; 
M.A.  1634.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  10,  1633.  Brother  of 
Edward  (1623-4)  and  John  (1623-4). 

SHAXTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1584. 
B.  at  East  Walton,  Norfolk,  c.  1568.  Scholar,  1586;  B.A. 
1587-8;  M.A.  1591;  B.D.  1598.  Fellow,  1589.  Deputy 
Proctor,  1591.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  1594.  Licensed  preacher. 
R.  of  Hemingford  Abbots,  Hunts.,  1599-1600.  WiU  proved 
(V.C.C.)  1600.   (Cooper,  11.  272.) 

SHAXTON,  LEONARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Gonville  Hall, 
Easter,  1546.  Probably  of  West  Bilney,  Norfolk,  gent. 
Will  proved  (Norwich)  1621.   (Venn,  1.  34.) 

SHAXTON,  MARTIN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  Caius,  Feb.  6, 
1626-7.  S.  of  Nicholas,  schoolmaster,  of  Norwich.  B.  there. 
Matric.  1626-7;  B.A.  1631-2.  V.  of  East  Winch,  Norfolk, 
1645;  tutor  or  master  there,  in  1651.   (Venn,  1.  280.) 

SHAXTON,  NICHOLAS.  B.A.  1506-7;  M.A.  1510;  B.D.  1520-1; 
D.D.  1531.  Fellow  of  Gonville  Hall,  1510-34.  V.  of 
Mattishall,  Norfolk,  1516.  An  early  reformer.  University 
preacher,  1520.  Treasurer  of  Salisbury  Cathedral,  1533-5- 
Canon  of  St  Stephen's,  Westminster,  1534-5-  Bishop  of 
Salisbury,  1535-9.  Resigned  his  bishopric,  1539.  R.  of 
Hadleigh,  Sufiolk,  in  1546.  Master  of  St  Giles'  Hospital, 
Norwich,  1546.  Arraigned  for  heresy  and  condemned,  but 
recanted,  1546.  Suffragan  Bishop  of  Ely,  1555.  Retired  to 
GonviUeHail.  Died  there  Aug.  5, 1556.  (Venn,i.ig;D.N.B.; 
Cooper,  I.  158,  548.) 

SHAXTON,  NICHOLAS  (junior).  Pens,  at  Gonville  Hall, 
1530. 

SHAXTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Jan.  15, 
1630-1.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Baithley,  Norfolk.  School, 
Aylsham  (Mr  Knolles).   Matric.  1631;  Scholar,  1632. 


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Sheaf,  Edmund 

SHEAF,  EDMUND.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  i8)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  24,  1580.  S.  of  Thomas,  clothier,  of  Cranbrook, 
Kent.  Matric.  1580.  Left  in  1583.  Of  Cranbrook.  Married 
Joan  Kitchen,  widow.  Will  dated,  Nov.  i,  1625;  proved 
(Canterbury,  Archd.  C.)  Dec.  11,  1626.  Brother  of  Thomas 
(1580)  and  Herman  (1590),  father  of  the  next  and  of  John 
{1621).   {N.  and  Q.,  7th  S.,v.  395-) 

SHEAF,  EDMUND.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  31,  1614.  Of  Marden,  Kent.  S.  of  Edmund 
(above).  Matric.  1614;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1623.  Fellow, 
1617-25.  Died  1625.   Brother  of  John  (1621). 

SHEAF,  GRINDALL.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1626.  Of  Welford,  Berks.  S.  of  Thomas  (1580).  Matric. 
Lent,  1626-7;  B.A.  1630;  M.A.  1634;  B.D.  1641;  D.D.  1661 
{Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1629-50.  R.  of  Horstead  and  Coltishall, 
Norfolk,  1649.  V.  of  Westerham,  Kent,  ejected.  Archdeacon 
of  Wilts.,  1660-80.  Died  Apr.  28,  1680.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1680; 
of  Wells,  Somerset.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1621). 

SHEAF,  HERMAN  (?HARMAN).  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a 
scholar  from  Eton,  Aug.  24,  1590.  S.  of  Thomas,  clothier, 
of  Cranbrook,  Kent.  Matric.  c.  1590;  B.A.  1594-5;  M.A. 
1598.  Fellow,  1593-1605.  R.  of  Goldhanger,  Essex,  1617-29. 
Licence  to  marry  Sarah  GyUibrand,  of  Cranbrook,  widow, 
July  6,  1608.  Died  1629.  WiU  proved  (P.C.C.)  Jan.  22, 
1629-30.  Brother  of  Edmund  (1580)  and  Thomas  (1580). 

SHEAF,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Aug.  II,  1621.  Name  off  same  year.  Of  Marden,  Kent. 
S.  of  Edmund  (1580).  Probably  died  as  scholar.  Brother  of 
Edmund  (1614). 

SHEAF,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1580. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Cranbrook,  Kent.  Matric.  1580;  B.A.  1584- 
5;  M.A.  1588;  B.D.  1595;  D.D.  1606.  Fellow,  1583-97. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1606.  R.  of  Welford,  Berks.,  1597.  Canon 
of  Windsor,  1614-39.  Died  at  Wickhambrook,  Dec.  12,  1639. 
Will  proved  (P.C.C.)  Mar.  2,  1639-40.  Brother  of  Edmund 
(1580)  and  Herman,  father  of  the  next  andof  Grindall  (1626). 
(Harwood.) 

SHEAFE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  (age  18)  from  Pembroke, 
Michs.  1621.  S.  of  Thomas  (above),  of  Wickham,  near 
Welford,  Berks.,  priest.  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628;  M.D.  1636. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1628.  Granted  a  licence  to  go  to  Padua, 
Oct.  II,  1633.  F.R.C.P.,  1637.  Gulstonian  lecturer,  1641. 
Censor,  1643.  Died  Aug.  7,  1657,  aged  50  (sic).  Admon. 
(P.C.C.)  1666;  of  Binfield,  Berks.   {Munk,  i.  222;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SHEAFE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1619. 

SHEARS  or  SHIERES,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  at  Trinity,  a  scholar 

from  Westminster,  1601;  B.A.  1604-5;  M.A.  1608.    V.  of 

Gainsborough,  Lines.,  1610-37. 
SHIERS,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1618; 

B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.  V.  of  Potton,  Beds.,  1629.  Perhaps 

V.  of  Friem  Bamet,  Middlesex,  1660. 

SHEARES, .  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 

SHEATHER,  see  SHETHER. 

SHEBEARE,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1699; 

B.A.  1702-3;  M.A.  1707. 
SHEBBEARE,  JOSEPH.    M.A.  from  King's,   1721.    S.  of  J., 

of  London.  Matric.  (Exeter  College,  Oxford)  Mar.  20,  1702-3, 

age  16;  B.A.   (Oxford)   1706.    R.  of  Moreton  Hampstead, 

Devon,  1721.   Will  (Exeter)  1735.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
SHEBBEARE,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  June  21,  i749- 

Probably  s.  of  John,  of  Witheridge,  Devon,  clerk.  B.  there. 

Matric.  1749. 
SHEDD,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1619; 

B.A.  1622.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  19,  1624. 
SHEDD  or  SHEIDD,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene, 

Easter,  1619. 
SHENE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  scholar  (age  19)  at  Caius,  July 

2,  1618.   S.  of  Christopher,  of  Gressenhall,  Norfolk.   School, 

Little  Fransham  (Mr  Shene).    Matric.  1619;  B.A.  1620-1; 

M.A.  1625.    Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Mar.  17,  1621-2.    R.  of 

Cockley  Cley,  1626.   Will  proved,  Feb.  27,  1682-3.   Brother 

of  Edward  (1599),  father  of  Luke  (1640)  and  William  (1638). 

(Venn,  i.  240.) 
SHEENE,   EDMUND.    Adm.  sizar  at   Peterhouse,   Mar.   24, 

1661-2. 
SHEENE  or  SHYNNE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius, 

May  1,   1599.    S.  of  Christopher,  of  Gressenhall,  Norfolk. 

School,  East  Dereham.   Matric.  1599;  Scholar,  1600-6;  B.A. 

1602-3;   M.A.   1606;  B.D.   1617.    Ord.  deacon  and  priest 

(Norwich)  Sept.  21,   1607;  'C.  of  Clenchwarton,'  Norfolk. 

R.  of  Little  Fransham,  1610,  and  of  East  Lexham,  1614-49. 

Buried  at  Lexham,  Dec.  25,  1649.    Will  proved  (Norwich) 

1649.    Brother  of  Christopher  (1618)  and  father  of  John 

(1639-40).  (Venn,  i.  i68.) 


Sheffield,  George 

SHEENE,  ELIEZER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  June  13, 
1615.  S.  of  Francis,  of  Norwich.  School,  Norwich  (Mr 
Stonham).  Matric.  1615;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622.  Ord. 
priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  23,  1621.  C.  of  IBungay,  Suffolk,  in 
1627.  V.  of  Ilketshall  St  Margaret,  1631-79;  of  St  Margaret, 
South  Elmham,  1631-79.  WiU  proved  (Ipswich)  1679. 
(Venn,  1.  229.) 

SHENE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Feb.  25,  1639-40. 
S.  of  Edward  (1599),  R.  of  East  Lexham,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Westfield  (Mr  Chapman).  Probably  died  before 
Oct.  28,  1648.   (Venn,  i.  337.) 

SHENE,  LUKE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  18,  1640. 
S.  of  Christopher  (1618),  R.  of  Cockley  Cley,  Norfolk.  Bapt. 
Dec.  4,  1623,  at  Little  Fransham.  School,  Westfield  (Mr 
Chapman).  Matric.  1640;  B.A.  1643-4.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Sept.  22,  1644;  'C.  of  Stanfleld,  Norfolk.'  V.  of 
Gooderstone,  1649-82.  R.  of  Shingham,  1650-62.  Brother 
of  the  next.   (Venn,  i.  339.) 

SHENE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Nov.  9, 
1638.  S.  of  Christopher  (1618),  R.  of  Cockley  Cley,  Norfolk. 
B.  at  Lexham.  Schools,  Tittleshall  (Mr  Harris)  and  West- 
field  (Mr  Chapman).  Matric.  1638;  Scholar,  1639-44;  B.A. 
1642-3.  Ord.  priest  (Bishop  Joseph  Hall)  Apr.  5,  1651. 
R.  of  Little  Fransham,  Norfolk,  1652-67.  Buried  there 
Aug.  3,  1667.  Brother  of  Luke  (above).   (Venn,  i.  333.) 

SHEEPSHANKS,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
May  22,  1719.  S.  of  James,  husbandman,  of  Yorkshire. 
Bapt.  Nov.  10,  1702,  at  Linton,  near  Skipton.  School, 
Threshfield  (Mr  Marshall).  Matric.  1719;  B.A.  1722-3.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  20,  1724;  priest  (London)  May  28, 
1727.  V.  of  Mountnessing,  Essex,  1727-33.  V.  of  Little 
Wakering,  1733-44.  Died  1744.  Admon.,  Comm.  Essex. 
(Scott-Mayor,  iii.  325.) 

SHEPSHANCK,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1596; 
B.A.  1600-1. 

SHEEPSHED  or  SHYPSHED,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from 
Pembroke,  Michs.  1544. 

SHEEPSHEAD,  JOHN.  Grace  for  B.Can.L.  1478-9.  Student  at 
Oxford. 

SHEPWRIGHT,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke, 
Easter,  1575. 

SHEEPY,  see  also  SHEPPY. 

SHEEPY,  WILLIAM  DE.  Scholar  of  Cambridge,  c.  1270-80. 
Clerk  of  Ely  diocese.  Used  to  hunt  hares  with  greyhounds  in 
Cambridge  Warren.  (Pleas  of  the  Forest,  see  Preface.) 

SHEERS,  see  SHEARS. 

SHEFFYLDE,  CHARLES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Easter, 
1546. 

SHEFFIELD,  EDMUND.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Peterhouse, 
Feb.  8,  1583-4.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1584;  of  Ep- 
worth.  Lines.  Probably  knighted,  July  23,  1603. 

SHEFFIELD,  EDMUND.  M.A.  1594-5.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of 
John  (1549),  Baron  Sheffield,  of  Butterwick,  Lines.  Matric. 
(Christ  Church,  Oxford)  1574,  age  12.  Succeeded  as  3rd  Lord 
Sheffield  of  Butterwick,  1568.  A  volunteer  in  HoUand,  1585. 
Knighted,  June  25,  1588,  for  services  against  the  Spanish 
Armada.  K.G.,  1593.  Governor  of  Brill,  in  Holland,  1599. 
President  of  the  North  and  Lord-Lieutenant  of  Yorks., 
1603-19.  CreatedEarlofMulgrave,  Feb.  5,  1625-6.  Married 

(1)  Ursula,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Tyrwhit,  of  Kettleby,  Lines.; 

(2)  Mariana,  dau.  of  Sir  William  Irwin,  alias  Erwin.  Died 
Oct.  6,  1646,  aged  83.  Buried  in  Fulham  Church.  M.I.  Will, 
P.C.C.  Father  of  James  (1636-7),  probably  of  Philip  (1611) 
and  William  (1608-9).  (D.N.B.;  G.E.C.;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SHEFFIELD,  EDWARD.  B.Civ.L.;  D.Civ.L.  1504-5;  D.Can.L. 
1516-7.  Probablypreb.  of  Lichfield,  1506-25.  V.ofSawston, 
Cambs.,  1521-5.  Died  Dec.  1525-6.  Will  dated,  Dec.  5, 1525; 
proved,  Feb.  7,  1525-6. 

SHEFFEILD,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter, 
1622;  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  5, 
1631.  Perhaps  V.  of  St  Just-in-Roseland,  Cornwall;  ejected, 
1662.   Perhaps  father  of  WiUiam  (1654).   (Calamy,  i.  278.) 

SHEFFYLDE,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1551.  Possibly  s.  of  Edward,  of  Seaton,  Rutland.  If  so, 
Sheriff  of  Rutland,  1588.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Robert 
Harrison,  of  Stow,  Northants.  Buried  at  Seton,  Sept.  24, 
1618.   Possibly  father  of  Robert  (1571)  and  Sampson  (1575)- 

SHEFFIELD,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  1662-3. 
Of  Rutland.  Perhaps  s.  of  Sampson  (1622).  Matric.  1663; 
B.A.  166&-7.  Perhaps  ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  22,  1667. 
V.  of  Hutton  Buscel,  Yorks.,  1674-1720.  Died  Aug.  30, 
1720.   Doubtless  father  of  John  (1730). 

SHEFFEILD,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Feb.  24, 
1693-4.  Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1697-8.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
May,  1700;  priest,  1701.  C.  of  Fylingdales,  near  Whitby, 
Yorks.,  1702.  V.  of  Seamcr,  1708-57. 


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Sheffield,  Henry 

SHEFFYLD,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1566.  Probably  3rd  s.  of  John,  of  Croxby,  Lines.  Probably 
brother  of  Vincent  (i559)  and  Philip  (1572). 

SHEFFIELD,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1585. 

SHEFFEILD,  JAMES.  M.A.  1636-7  {fil.  nob.).  Doubtless  s.  of 
Edmund  (1594),  Earl  of  Mulgrave.  Captain  in  the  Par- 
liamentary army.  M.P.  for  St  Mawes,  1640.  Probably 
brother  of  Philip  (1611)  and  William  (1608-9). 

SHEFFIELD,  JOHN.  B.A.  1499.  One  of  these  names  s.  of 
Robert,  of  Belton,  Lines.,  Esq.  Buried  there  Nov.  6,  1526. 

SHEFFIELD,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Michs. 
1549.  S.  and  h.  of  Edmund,  Baron  Sheffield,  of  Butterwicke, 
Lines.  Succeeded  his  father,  July  31,  1549,  as  2nd  Baron 
Sheffield.  K.B.,  1559.  Married  Douglas,  dau.  of  William, 
ist  Baron  Howard  of  Effingham.  Author,  Verses  on  the  death 
of  Bucer,  1550.  Died  Dec.  1568,  not  without  suspicion  of 
poison.  WiUproved(P.C.C.)  Jan.  1568-9.  Father  of  Edmund 
(1594-5),  Earl  of  Mulgrave.   {Cooper,  i.  263;  G.E.C.) 

SHEFFIELD,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1618;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec. 
22,  1622;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1628.  Perhaps  C.  of  Felmersham, 
Beds.,  1623.  R.  of  Caenby,  Lines.,  1629.  R.  of  St  Swithin, 
London,  1643-60.  Perhaps  V.  of  Tonbridge,  Kent,  in  1646. 
Afterwards  retired  to  Enfield.  Author,  religious.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1680.  Perhaps  father  of  the  next.  (D.N.B.;  Calamy, 
I.  148.) 

SHEFFEILD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  23, 
1646.  S.  of  John  (?  above),  V.  of  Tonbridge,  Kent.  B.  at 
Careby,  Lines.  School,  Tonbridge.  Matric.  1646. 

SHEFFIELD,  JOHN.  M.A.  1653  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  B.A. 
(St  John's  College,  Oxford)  1649;  M.A.  (New  College,  Oxford) 
1652.  Intrudedfellowof  New  College,  1649.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  1661.  R.  of  Weston  Longueville, 
Norfolk,  1661.  R.  of  Intwood  and  Keswick,  1662.  R.  of 
Ringland,  1667.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SHEFFIELD,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Pembroke,  1730.  S.  of  George 
(1662-3),  of  Mutton  Buscel,  Yorks.,  clerk.  Matric.  (Trinity 
College,  Oxford)  May  8,  1703,  age  19;  B.A.  (St  Mary  Hall, 
Oxford)  1707.  Perhaps  P.C.  of  Southowram,  Yorks.,  1714; 
of  Sowerby,  i730-5-   Died  Nov.  23,  1735.   (AL  Oxon.) 

SHEFFIELD,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sx  Catharine's, 
Mar.  I,  1677-8.  Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1681-2.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Dec.  18,  1692;  priest  (Lincohi)  Feb.  12,  1692-3. 
R.  of  Rathby,  Lines. 

SHEFFIELD,  PHILIP.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1572. 
Probably  5th  s.  of  John,  of  Croxby,  Lines.  Of  Fulstow. 
Buried  there  Nov.  5,  1592.  Will  proved,  Jan.  22,  1592-3. 
Probably  brother  of  Henry  (1566)  and  Vincent  (i559)- 
(Lines.  Pedigrees,  870.) 

SHEFFIELD,  PHILIP.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Aug.  1, 
1611.  Perhaps  s.  of  Edmund  (1594).  If  so,  drowned  in 
crossing  the  Humber  at  Whitgift  Ferry,  Dec.  1614.  Probably 
brother  of  James  (1636-7),  etc. 

SHEFFIELD,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1637.  Of  Lincolnshire.  Probably  2nd  s.  of  Vincent, 
of  Croxby,  Lines.,  Esq.  (and  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  Richard 
Amcotts,  K.B.)  Migrated  to  Jesus,  Nov.  3,  1638.  (Lines. 
Pedigrees,  871.) 

SHEFFYLD,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1571. 
Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  George,  of  Seaton,  Rutland.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  June  12,  1577,  from  Barnard's  Inn.  Brother  of 
the  next.   (Peile,  i.  120.) 

SHEFFYLD,  SAMPSON.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June, 
1575.  Probably  2nd  s.  of  George,  of  Seaton,  Rutland.  B.A. 
1578-9;  M.A.  1582.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1584.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Apr.  11,  1583.  Preacher.  He  got  into  trouble  for 
a  sermon  at  Gt  St  Mary's,  in  1587.  Apparently  returned  to 
Seaton.  Buried  there  Dec.  12,  1619.  Brother  of  Robert 
(above)  and  doubtless  father  of  the  next.  (Peile,  1.  132; 
Vis.  of  Rutland,  1618;  Cooper,  in.  60.) 

SHEFFIELD,  SAMPSON.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  i, 
1622.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Sampson  (above),  of  Seaton, 
Rutland;  age  12  in  1618.  Matric.  1623.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
June  10,  1624,  'Samuel.'  Sold  Seaton  to  Lord  Montagu. 
Married  Jane,  dau.  of  Reginald  (?  Reynold)  Greene,  of 
Navestocic,  Essex.  Buried  at  St  Clement  Danes,  Middlesex, 
Sept.  25,  1652.  (Vis.  of  Rutland,  16:8;  Coll.  Top.  et  Gen.,  iv. 
259.) 

SHEFFIELD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  5, 
1636.  S.  of  William,  Esq.  B.  at  Liddington,  Rutland.  School, 
Uppingham.   Matric.  1636;  B.A.  1639-40;  M.A.  1643. 

SHEFFIELD,  VINCENT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1559.  Probably  2nd  s.  of  John,  of  Croxby,  Lines.;  age  40  (sic) 


Sheild,  Theophilus 

in  1590.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1562;  of  Croxby,  Lines. 
Married  (i)  Anne,  dau.  of  Thomas  Skegness,  of  Skendleby 
Thorpe;  (2)  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  Vincent  Fulnetby,  Knt., 
of  Fulnetby.  Probably  brother  of  Henry  (1566)  and  Philip 
(1572).   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  870.) 

SHEFFIELD,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1456-7;  M.A.  1460;  D.Can.L. 
1467-8.  Ord.  sub-deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  22,  1459;  deacon. 
Mar.  13,  1461-2;  priest,  Apr.  3,  1462.  R.  of  Hogsthorpe, 
Lines.  R.  of  Epworth,  1463-82.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1463-77. 
Archdeacon  of  Stow,  1477-96.  Preb.  of  York,  1483-5. 
Treasurer  of  York,  1485-94.  Dean  of  York,  1494-6.  Died 
Dec.  8,  1496.  Buried  in  York  Minster. 

SHEFFIELD,  WILLIAM.  B.Civ.L.  1500;  D.Civ.L.  1506-7. 

SHEFFIELD,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs. 

1586.    Perhaps  4th  s.  of  George,  of  Seaton,  Rutland.    B.A. 

(?  1589-90).  Probably  ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Nov. 

25,  1593;  C.  at  Toft,  Cambs.,  1595-7,  and  probably  V.  of  Ely. 

Perhaps  hisadmon.  (P.C.C.)  Mar.  13, 1641-2.  Probably  father 

of  William  (1620),  perhaps  brother  of  Robert  (1571)  and 

Sampson  (1575).   (Peile,  i.  187.) 
SHEFFIELD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  Feb.  24, 

1608-9.    Of  Lincohishire.    Perhaps  s.  of  Edmund  (i594-5)- 

Doubtless  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  12,  1612.    Knighted, 

Apr.  n,   1617.    DroviTied  in  France.    Probably  brother  of 

PhiUp  (1611)  and  James  (1636-7).   (Stonehouse,  Axhohne.) 
SHEFFIELD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 

1620.  S.  of  William  (?  1586),  V.  of  Ely,  Cambs.  B.A.  1622-3. 

Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1623.   P.C. 

of  Little  Raveley,  Hunts.,  1638-70.   Probably  died  c.  1670. 

SHEFFELD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1637; 
B.A.  1640-1.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  25,  1642.  R.  of 
Bowden  Magna,  Leics.,  1644.  R.  of  Ibstock,  1648-62, 
ejected.  Retired  to  Kibworth.  Died  there  1673-  Father  of 
John,  nonconformist  divine,  for  whom  see  D.N.B.  (Calamy, 
II.  116;  Shaw,  I.  357;  Nicholls,  11.  562.) 

SHEFFIELD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Pembroke, 
June  23,  1654.  S.  of  Edward  (?  1622),  clerk.  B.  at  Skage(?), 
Cornwall.  Matric.  1656-7;  B.A.  1657-8.  One  of  these  names 
of  Ashton,  Devon,  clerk.  Admon.  (Exeter)  1671. 

SHEFFIELD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  July  3, 
1660.  S.  of  George,  gent.  B.  at  Lyddington,  Rutland. 
School,  Uppingham.   Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1663-4. 

SHEFFINGTON,  GEORGE,  see  SKEVINGTON. 

SHEFFORTH,  henry.  B.Can.L.  1503-4  (allowed  to  change 
from  arts  to  law) . 

SHEIDD,  ROBERT,  see  SHEDD. 

SHIELD,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  June  22, 
1747.  S.  of  John,  of  London.  B.  Aug.  21,  1728.  School, 
Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  i747;  Scholar,  1750;  B.A.  1750- 
1;  M.A.  1758.   Ord.  priest  (London)  Dec.  24,  1752. 

SHEILD,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  26, 
i6io.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman,  of  Preston,  Rutland. 
School,  Uppingham  (Mr  Burrowes).  Matric.  1610;  Scholar, 
1613-7;  B.A.  1613-4;  M.A.  1617.  Incorp.  at  O.xford,  1620. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  15;  priest,  June  16,  1617.  R-  of 
Hallaton  (South  mediety),  Leics.,  1627-43.  Buried  there 
Feb.  16,  1643-4.   (Venn,  i.  208;  Nicols,  11.  6oi.) 

SHEILD,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  7, 
1709.  S.  of  Benjamin,  gent.  B.  at  Uppingham,  Rutland. 
School,  Charterhouse.  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1712-3.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Feb.  21,  1713-4;  priest  (London)  Sept.  25,  1715- 

SHIELD  or  SHIELDS,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  14,  1740-1.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Durham.  Bapt.  Apr. 
16,  1722,  at  St  Nicholas,  Durham.  School,  Durham  (Mr 
Dongworth).  Matric.  1741;  B.A.  1744-5-  Ord.  deacon 
(Durham)  Sept.  1745;  priest,  Nov.  2,  1746.  C.  of  Ford, 
Durham.  Chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1755. 

SHEELD,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  12,  1633. 
S.  of  Robert,  gent.  B.  at  Wing,  Rutland.  School,  Upping- 
ham (Mr  Johnson).  Matric.  1633;  Scholar,  1635-9;  B.A. 
1636-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  10,  1638-9.  Buried 
July  23,  1639,  at  Gt  St  Mary's,  Cambridge.   (Venn,  i.  309.) 

SHIELDS,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1613; 
B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1618; 
priest,  Sept.  1619. 

SHEILD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  May  6, 
1677.  S.  of  WiUiam.  School,  Uppingham,  Rutland.  Matric. 
1677;  B.A.  1680-1;  M.A.  1684.  Probably  brother  of  the  next 
and  of  WiUiam  (1668). 

SHEILD,  THEOPHILUS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Trinity, 
July  5,  1678.  S.  of  William.  B.  in  Rutland.  School,  Upping- 
ham (Mr  Stockman).  Matric.  1679;  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A.  1686. 
V.  of  Wilbarston,  Northants.,  1686-9.  V.  of  Weston-by- 
Welland,  1691-7.   Died  1697.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 


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Sheild,  William 

SHEILD,  WILLIAM.  Adin.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Jesus,  June  i8, 
1668.  Of  Rutland.  Doubtless  s.  of  WiUiam,  of  Preston, 
Rutland.  School,  Uppingham.  Matric.  1668.  Adm.  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  1668.   Perhaps  father  of  the  next. 

SHEILD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Sept.  26,  1710. 
Perhaps  s.  of  William  (above).  B.  at  Preston,  Rutland. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21,  1717;  priest,  June  7,  1718; 
C.  of  Ayston,  Rutland,  1717.  R.  of  Saddington,  Leics., 
1724-32-  Buried  there  Aug.  14,  1732.  M.I.  {Niclwls,  11.  779.) 

SHELBERY,  ISAAC.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  19,  1660. 
Of  London.  Doubtless  s.  of  John,  of  St  Clement  Danes. 
Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1663-4.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
Jan.  21,  1662-3.  Signs  for  deacon's  orders  (London)  Feb.  18, 
1664-5.  Probably  migrated  to  O.xford;  matric.  (Queen's 
College,  Oxford)  June  3,  1663,  age  18.  Brother  of  the  next. 
One  of  these  names  s.  of  Francis;  bapt.  at  Croydon,  July 
28,  1646.  {Vis.  of  Middlesex,  1664;  Coll.  Top.  et  Gen.,  iii. 
160.) 

SHELBERRY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Nov.  9,  1654. 
Doubtless  s.  of  John,  of  St  Clement  Danes,  London.  Matric. 
1656;  B.A.  1658.  Cursitor  for  London  and  Middlesex.  Age 
26  in  1664.  Brother  of  Isaac  (above).  {Vis.  of  Middlesex, 
1664.) 

SHELDON,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
June  25,  1697.  S.  of  Richard,  gent.  B.  at  York.  School, 
Threshfield  (Mr  Motley).   Matric.  1698. 

SHELDON,  DORMER.  LL.B.  1728  {Com.  Reg.).  Doubtless  s. 
of  Francis,  of  Abberton,  Worcs.,  gent.  Matric.  (Merton 
College,  Oxford)  Mar.  28,  1718,  age  16.  Ord.  deacon 
(Worcester)  May  28,  1727;  priest,  June  16,  1728.  R.  of 
Church  Lench,  Worcs.,  1728-72.  R.  of  Shenington,  Oxon., 
1738-72.  Chaplain  to  Lady  Lechmere.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1772. 
(F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

SHELDON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  lo, 
1724.  S.  of  William,  merchant,  of  London.  School,  St  Paul's. 
Matric.  1724;  Scholar,  1725;  B.A.  1727-8;  M.A.  1737.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln,  Lilt.  dim.  from  Rochester)  Mar.  2,  1728-9. 
V.  of  Edwardstone,  Suffolk,  1736-77.  Married,  at  Stanton, 
Suffolk,  Dec.  14,  1744,  Hester,  dau.  of  Gamaliel  Capell. 
Buried  at  Stanton,  Sept.  12,  1777.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1778. 
(T.  T.  Methold.) 

SHELDON,  GILBERT.  B.A.  1619  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Roger,  of  Stanton,  Staffs.  B.  1597.  Matric.  (Oxford)  1614; 
B.A.  (Trinity  College,  Oxford)  1617;  M.A.  1620;  B.D.  1628; 
D.D.  1634.  Fellow  of  All  Souls,  1622;  Warden,  1635-48, 
1660-1.  Chancellor  of  Oxford  University,  1667-9.  Built  the 
Sheldonian  Theatre  at  Oxford;  opened,  1669.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  7,  1663-4.  V.  of  Hackney,  1633-6.  Canon 
of  Gloucester,  1633-60.  R.  of  Oddington,  Oxon.,  1636.  R.  of 
Ickford,  Bucks.,  1636;  of  Newington,  Oxon.,  1639.  Dean  of 
the  Chapel  Royal,  1660-3.  Chaplain  to  the  King,  1660-3. 
Bishop  of  London,  1660-3.  Archbishop  of  Canterbury, 
1663-77.  F.R.S.,  1665.  Died  Nov.  9,  1677.  Buried  at 
Croydon,  Surrey.   M.I.   {D.N. B. ;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SHELDON,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  3, 
1701-2.  S.  of  Richard,  husbandman.  B.  at  Trysull,  near 
Wolverhampton,  Staffs.  School,  Pattingham  (Mr  Green). 

SHELDON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  12, 
1654.  S.  of  Henry,  of  Boningale,  Salop.  School,  Wolver- 
hampton. Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1657-8;  M.A.  1663  {Lit.  Reg.). 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1671.  R.  of  Alphington,  Devon,  1669. 
Perhaps  chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1662. 

SHELDON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Feb. 
16,  1655-6.  S.  of  Edward,  ironmonger,  of  Wolverhampton, 
Staffs.  B.  there.  School,  Wolverhampton  (Mr  Rawlet). 
Matric.  1656;  B.A.  1659-60.   Died  Feb.  1685-6. 

SHELDRAKE,  CHARLES.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1705. 
Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  Michs.  1708;  B.A.  1711-2;  M.A.  1715. 
Fellow,  1713-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  25,  1715;  priest, 
Sept.  23,  1716.  R.  of  Little  Wilbraham,  Cambs.,  1718-51. 
V.  of  Grantchester,  1718-51.  Died  1751,  aged  59.  Buried  at 
Newton,  Isle  of  Ely.   {Masters.) 

SHELDRAKE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Mar.  30, 
1665.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  citizen  of  Norwich.  School,  Baw- 
burgh,  Norfolk  (Mr  Tennison).  Matric.  1665;  Scholar,  1666. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  25,  1667.   {Venn,  i.  425.) 

SHELDRAKE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1654.  Of  Norwich.  B.A.  1657-8;  M.A.  1661;  B.D. 
1669.  Fellow,  1663,  till  his  death,  in  1720.  Signed  for 
deacon's  orders  (London)  Sept.  23,  1664. 

SHELDRAKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  5, 
1643.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Brisley,  Norfolk.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Lovering).  Matric.  1643;  Scholar,  1644-8; 
B.A.  1646-7;  M.A.  1650.  Perhaps  R.  of  Reepham,  Norfolk, 
1653-62,  ejected.  Assistant  minister  at  Wisbech,  in  1657. 
Minister  of  Yarmouth,  1670-^.  85.  Probably  died  c.  1685. 
{Venn,  1.  349.) 


Shelmerdine,  John 

SHELDRAKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Oct.  31, 
1648.  S.  of  William,  druggist,  of  Fakenham,  Norfolk. 
Schools,  Fakenham  (Mr  Wells),  Sculthorpe  (Mr  Turner)  and 
Norwich  (Mr  Lovering).  Matric.  1648;  Scholar,  1650-4; 
B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1656.  Fellow,  1654-8.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Norwich)  Nov.  10,  1661.  R.  of  St  Mary's  and  All 
Saints',  Barton  Bendish,  Norfolk,  1658-98.  Father  of  the 
next.   (Venn,  i.  373.) 

SHELDRAKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Nov. 
26,  1679.  S.  of  William  (above),  R.  of  Barton  Bendish, 
Norfolk.  B.  there.  School,  Thetford  (Mr  Keene).  Matric. 
1679;  Scholar,  1679-81.   (Venn,  i.  463.) 

SHELDRAKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  1696;  Scholar, 

1696-7. 

SHELFORD,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  30, 
1580.  Matric.  1580;  Scholar,  1581-6;  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A. 
1587.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Aug.  6,  1587.  Per- 
haps V.  of  Berden,  Essex,  1592.  R.  of  Ringsfield  and  Little 
Redisham,  Suffolk,  1599-1627.  Died  1627,  aged  64.  Will, 
P.C.C. 

SHELFORD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Feb.  9, 
1740-1.  S.  of  Leonard,  brewer,  of  Thetford.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Thetford  (Mr  Price)  and  Bury.  Matric.  1741; 
Scholar,  1741-6;  B.A.  1744-5;  M.A.  1750.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Feb.  23,  1745-6;  priest  (Ely)  June  5,  1748.  R.  of 
North  and  West  Tuddenham,  Norfolk,  1750-95.  V.  of  Stow 
Bedon,  1750-95.  Lecturer  of  St  Mary  Magdalen,  Thetford, 
1769-95.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  William  Heard,  of 
East  Lexham.  Died  June  29,  1795,  aged  72.  M.I.  at  North 
Tuddenham.   {Venn,  11.  48.) 

SHELL,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1579.  One  of 
these  names  V.  of  Frampton,  Lines.,  1591-1619. 

SHELLEY,  JAMES.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1590;  B.A.  1590-1; 
M.A.  1594.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1598.  R.  of  Shalden,  Hants., 
160T. 

SHELLEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  Sept. 
17,  1748.  S.  of  Sir  John,  4th  Bart.,  of  Michelgrove,  Sussex. 
School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1748.  M.P.  for  Retford,  1751- 
68;  for  Newark,  1768-74;  for  Shoreham,  1774-80.  Keeper 
of  the  Records  in  the  Tower,  1755-83.  Clerk  of  the  Pipe, 
1758-83.  Treasurer  of  the  Household,  1766-77,  and  Privy 
CounciUor,  1766.  Succeeded  as  5th  Bart.,  Sept.  6,  1771. 
Married  (1)  Wilhelmina,  dau.  of  John  NewTiham,  of  Mares- 
field  Park,  Sussex;  (2)  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Edward  Woodcock, 
of  Lincoln's  Inn.  Died  Sept.  11,  1783.  Will,  P.C.C.  (Burke; 
G.E.C.) 

SHELLEY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  11, 
i6i6.  Perhaps  3rd  s.  of  Henry,  of  Patcham,  Sussex.  Bapt. 
there,  Aug.  20,  1601.  Matric.  1616;  Scholar;  B.A.  1619-20; 
M.A.  1623.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  19;  priest,  Sept.  20, 
1624.  V.  of  Wolstanton,  Staffs.,  1643-5,  ejected.  Perhaps 
brother  of  Thomas  (1614).   (Horsfield,  Lewes,  180.) 

SHELEY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  c.  1592.  Perhaps 
s.  of  John,  of  Exning,  Suffolk.  B.A.  1594-5;  M.A.  1598; 
B.D.  1605;  D.D.  1619.  Fellow,  1597-1614.  V.  of  All  Saints', 
Cambridge,  1606-12.  V.  of  Whittlesford,  Cambs.,  1611-2. 
R.  of  Barton  Mills,  Suffolk,  1611.  R.  of  Gt  Saxham,  1615-45. 
Father  of  Thomas  (1639).  (Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664;  A. 
Gray.) 

SHELLEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  May  17, 
1614.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Henry,  of  Patcham,  Sussex. 
Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Thomas  Stevens,  of  Lypcate,  Gloucs., 
Attorney-General  to  Prince  Henry.  Died  s.p.,  Dec.  2,  1620, 
aged  23.  M.I.  at  St  Alban's,  Wood  Street,  London.  (Hors- 
field, Lewes,  178.) 

SHELLEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  May  i6, 
1639.  S.  of  Thomas  (c.  1592),  D.D.,  R.  of  Barton  Mills, 
Suffolk.  B.  there.  School,  Bury  St  Edmunds  (Mr  Dickeson). 
Matric.  1639.  Migrated  to  Caius,  Aug.  5,  1640.  Scholar, 
1640-2.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  18,  1641-2.  Of  Banstead 
and  Nether  Hall,  Tuddenham.  Died  Oct.  1680.  (Ffnn,  1.340; 
Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664.) 

SHELMERDINE,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
May  22,  1652.  S.  of  Thomas  (1618),  V.  of  Crich,  Derbs. 
B.  there,  Jan.  1,  1636.  School,  Rcpton.  Matric.  1652;  B.A. 
1655-6;  M.A.  1659.  Ord.  presbyterian  at  Wirksworth,  May 
20,  1657.  Chaplain  to  Colonel  Green,  at  Moseley,  Worcs. 
Minister  of  Barrow  and  Twyford,  near  Derby,  till  1662, 
ejected;  often  imprisoned.  Died  at  Findem,  near  Derby, 
Oct.  22,  1699.   Buried  there.   (Peile,  i.  548.) 

SHELMERDINE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
May  19,  1675.  S.  of  William,  deceased.  B.  in  Lancashire. 
School,  Manchester.  Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1678-9;  M.A.  1682. 
Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  Dec.  19,  1686.  Head  Master  of  Bolton- 
le-Moors  Grammar  School,  1687-1705.   Died  1705. 


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SHELMARDINE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July, 
1618.  B.  in  Lancashire.  B.A.  1621-2.  V.  of  Crich,  Derbs., 
1629;  of  Matlock,  1650,  ejected.  Silenced,  in  1662.  Retired 
to  Wirksworth.  Married  Faith,  dau.  of  Richard  Wigley,  of 
Wigwall,  Feb.  17,  1633.  Died  c.  1662.  Father  of  Daniel 
(1652).   (Peile,  I.  325.) 

SHELMERDINE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Apr.  2, 
1670.  Of  Derbyshire. 

SHELTON,  see  also  SKELTON. 

SHELTON,  CHARLES.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  19,  1679. 

Of  Norfolk.   4th  s.  of  Maurice,  of  Bamingham,  Suffolk,  Esq. 

Died  s.p.  Buried  at  Shelton,  Norfolk,  Nov.  30,  1710.  Brother 

of  Maurice  (i666)  and  Robert  (1675).   (Vis.  ojf  Norfolk,  11. 

351.) 
SHELTON,  GEORGE.   Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  4, 

1724-5.  Of  Westminster.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Richard,  of 

St  James',  Westminster.   Matric.  1724.   Adm.  at  the  Inner 

Temple,  Jan.  21,  1726. 

SHELTON,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  July  6,  1703. 
S.  of  Henry,  of  Bamingham,  Suffolk.  B.  c.  1686.  School, 
Bury.  Matric.  1703.  Went  into  the  army  and  died  young. 
Brother  of  Maurice  (1701).   {Bury  School;  S.H.A.H.) 

SHELTON,  HUGH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  July  20,  1647. 
Matric.  1648;  B.A.  1651-2. 

SHELTON,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Clare,  1584-5.  Licensed  to  teach 
grammar  at  Long  Melford,  Suffolk;  perhaps  C.  there. 

SHELTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Mar.  23, 
1617.  S.  of  Edmund,  of  London.  Matric.  1618;  Scholar, 
1618;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1626.  Perhaps  V.  of  Stanford, 
Norfolk,  1628;  R.  of  Reade,  Suffolk,  1634-9.  One  of  these 
names,  'M.A.,'  R.  of  Kirby  Underdale,  Yorks.,  1639. 

SHELTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  Nov.  30,  1674. 
Of  Staffordshire,  Perhaps  s.  of  John,  of  West  Bromwich, 
Staffs.;  age  3  in  1663.  Matric.  1675.  Perhaps  brother  of 
Richard  (1682).   {Staffs.  Pedigrees.) 

SHELTON,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  July, 
1695;  Scholar.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  West  Brom- 
wich, Staffs.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Feb.  11,  1695. 

SHELTON,  MAURICE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  May  11, 
1666.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Maurice,  of  Bamingham, 
Suffolk.  Matric.  1666-7.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  29,  1670. 
Of  Bamingham,  Esq.  Married  Martha,  dau.  of  Robert 
Appleton,  of  Gt  Waldingfield,  Suffolk,  Esq.  Died  Oct.  7, 
1680.  Buried  at  Shelton.  Brother  of  Charles  {1679)  and 
Robert  (1675). 

SHELTON,  MAURICE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Caius, 
May  22,  1701.  S.  of  Henry,  Esq.,  of  Bamingham,  Suffolk. 
B.  there.  Bapt.  Oct.  2,  1683.  School,  Bury  (Mr  Leeds). 
Matric.  1701.  Deputy-Lieutenant  for  Suffolk,  1727.  Of 
Bamingham  Holt,  Suffolk.  Married  three  wives.  Author, 
miscellaneous.  Died  at  Bury,  July  31,  1749.  M.I.  at  Shelton. 
Will  proved  (Bury)  Aug.  28,  1749.  Brother  of  Henry  (1703). 
(Venn,  1.  507;  Vis.  of  Norfolk,  11.  352.) 

SHELTON,  PETER.  Of  Trinity  Hall.  Proctor,  1391-2.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  18,  1400;  priest,  Apr.  2,  1401.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1436; '  Treasurer  of  Chichester  (sic);  of  Carlton  Rode, 
Norfolk.'  One  of  these  names,  LL.B.,  Commissary  of  Alex- 
ander, Bishop  of  Norwich,  in  1408. 

SHELTON  or  SHELDON,  RICHARD.  University  Counsel, 
1625-31.  S.  of  John,  mercer,  of  Birmingham,  Warws. 
Knighted,  Oct.  1625.  Solicitor-General,  1625-34.  M.P.  for 
Bridgnorth,  1626,  1628-9.  K.C.,  1634.  Married  Lettice, 
dau.  of  Sir  Robert  Fisher,  of  Packington,  Warws.  Died  Dec. 
1647.  {D.N.B.;  Staffs.  Pedigrees,  1664-1700;  Vis.  of  Norfolk, 
II.  354-) 

SHELTON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  14,  1682. 
Perhaps  2nd  s.  of  John,  late  of  Bromwich  Hall,  Staffs.,  Esq., 
deceased.  Matric.  1682;  Scholar,  1685;  B.A.  1685-6.  Adm. 
at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  4,  1684-5,  and  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
May  24,  1692.   Perhaps  brother  of  John  (1674). 

SHELTON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  Apr.  28,  1675.  3rd 
s.  of  Maurice,  Esq.,  of  Thetford,  Norfolk.  B.  at  Norton, 
Norfolk.  Schools,  Thetford  (Mr  Keene)  and  Norwich.  Matric. 
1675;  Scholar,  1675-80;  M.B.  i68o.  Died  in  College.  Buried 
at  St  Michael's,  May  12,  1682.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1683. 
Brother  of  Charles  (1679)  and  Maurice  (i666).  {Venn,  i. 
453-) 

SHELTON,  THEOPHILUS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Nov.  15,  1707. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Theophilus,  J. P.,  of  Wakefield,  Yorks.  B. 
there.  School,  Wakefield.  Matric.  1707;  B.A.  1711-2;  M.A. 
from  Magdalene,  1715.   Fellow  of  Magdalene,  1712. 

SHELTON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Lent, 
1607-8.  Of  Essex.  B.A.  1611-2. 


Shepherd,  Barnabas 

SHELTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  29,  1650. 
Of  Brentwood,  Essex.  School,  Felsted.  Matric.  1650;  B.A. 
1653-4;  Scholar,  1654;  M.A.  1657.  Fellow,  1655-63.  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1660.  V.  of  Gt  Bursted,  Essex,  1661-70.  V.  of 
St  James',  Colchester,  1670-99.  V.  of  Stisted,  1691-9. 
Buried  at  St  James',  Colchester,  Oct.  23,  1699.  Father  of 
William  (1683).  (A.  Gray.) 

SHELTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  11,  1683. 
S.  of  William  (1650),  R.  of  St  James',  Colchester,  Essex. 
School,  Colchester.  Matric.  1683;  Exhibitioner,  1686.  Died 
in  College.   Buried  in  the  Chapel,  Nov.  24,  1686.   (A.  Gray.) 

SHELTON  or  SHECKLETON,  .    B.A.  1479-80,  'Skelton'; 

M.A.  1485. 

SHELTON, .  B.Can.L.  1481. 

SHELTON,  .    Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  July  13, 

1694. 
SHEMELD,  GEORGE.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  21,  1647. 

Of  Yorkshire.    Matric.  1646.    For  a  pedigree  of  Shemeld  of 

Sheffield,  see  F.M.G.,  738. 

SHEMELD,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  17,  1641- 
Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1644-5. 

SHENK  or  SHENKIN,  ISAIAH.  Incorp.  from  Cologne,  1467-8; 
D.Can.L.  1470-1. 

SHENKIN  or  SHENKWYN,  THOMAS.  B.Civ.L.  1472-3; 
D.Can.L.  1480-1.  Probably  Master  of  St  Leonard's  Hospital, 
Bedford,  1485-93.  Chancellor  of  Norwich  diocese,  1491-5. 
Archdeacon  of  Sudbury,  1493-7.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1497;  'LL.D., 
of  St  Giles'  Hospital,  Norwich.'  Died  1497.  (H.  G.  Harrison; 

A.  B.  Beaven.) 

SHENKIN,  WILLIAM.   Com.  for  B.A.  1467-8. 

SHENTON,  PAUL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Trinity,  Dec.  28, 
1745.  S.  of  Samuel  (1708),  of  EweU,  Surrey.  Educated  at 
the  School  of  Christ  Church,  Oxford.  Matric.  1745-6;  B.A. 
1750-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  23,  1753;  priest,  Dec.  24, 
1758.  Brother  of  the  next. 

SHENTON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Oct.  26, 
1745.  S.  of  Samuel  (1708),  of  Ewell,  Surrey.  School,  Christ 
Church  School,  Oxford.  Doubtless  matric.  (Christ  Church, 
Oxford)  July  9,  1746;  'S.  of  Samuel,  of  Hagboume,  Berks., 
clerk';  B.A.  (Oxford)  1750.  Brother  of  Paul  (above).  {Al. 
Oxon.) 

SHENTON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  2, 
1708.  S.of  Samuel,  of  London.  School,  Westminster.  Matric. 
1709;  Scholar,  1709;  B.A.  1711-2;  M.A.  1715.  Fellow,  1714. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  19,  1714;  priest,  Dec.  18,  1715. 
V.  of  Minehead,  Somerset,  1722-3.  V.  of  Ewell,  Surrey, 
1723-48.  R.  of  St  John's,  Wapping,  Middlesex,  1724-48. 
Died  1748.  Father  of  Robert  (1745)  and  Paul.  See  Al.  Oxon. 
for  a  contemporary.   {Al.  Westmon.,  250;  Hennessy.) 

SHENTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  2,  1645. 
Of  Cheshire.  Possibly  s.  of  John,  R.  of  Croft,  Cheshire,  in 
1591.  Matric.  1645.  One  of  these  names  s.  of  John,  of 
Burland,  Leics.,  Esq.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  4,  1647-8. 

SHEPHEARD,  ABEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  ly)  at  Christ's,  Oct.  30, 
1649.    S.  of  Richard   (1612-3),   R.  of  Bennington,   Lines. 

B.  there.  School,  Homcastle  (Mr  Nottingham).  Matric. 
1650;  B.A.  1653.  Perhaps  succeeded  his  father  as  R.  of 
Bennington,  1666.    {Peile,  1.  531.) 

SHEPPARD,  AMBROSE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Oct.  5, 
1614.  2nd  s.  of  Owen,  Esq.,  of  Kirby  Bedon,  Norfolk. 
School,  Norwich  (Mr  Thorton).  Matric.  1614.  Chosen  register 
of  the  parish  of  Kirby  St  Andrew,  1653.  Brother  of  Robert 
(1612)  and  Bamey  (1622).   {Venn,  1.  227;  Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 

SHEPHERD,  AMBROSE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1662. 
Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1662.  Buried  at  St  Benet's,  Cambridge, 
July  23,  1663. 

SHEPHERD,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
June  25,  1740.  S.  of  Arthur,  of  Westmorland.  B.  at  Kendal. 
School,  Kendal  (Mr  Towers).  Matric.  1740;  B.A.  1743-4; 
M.A.  from  Christ's,  1747;  B.D.  1761;  D.D.  1766.  FeUow  of 
Christ's,  1746-83.  Plumian  Professor  of  Astronomy,  1760-96. 
Ord.  priest  (London)  Feb.  23,  1745-6.  V.  of  Croxton, 
Norfolk,  1756-8;  of  Boum,  Cambs.,  1758-63.  R.  of  Barton 
Mills,  Suffolk,  1763-82.  F.R.S.,  1763.  Master  of  Mechanics 
to  George  III,  1768-96.  Canon  of  Windsor,  1777-96.  R.  of 
Eastling,  Kent,  1782-96.  R.  of  Hartley  Wespall,  Hants., 
1792-6.  Died  unmarried,  June  15,  1796.  Portrait  in  the 
University  Library.   WiU,  P.C.C.   {D.N. B.;  Peile,  u.  2^1.) 

SHEPPARD,  BARNABAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs. 
1564.  B.  in  London.  B.A.  1567-8;  M.A.  1571;  B.D.  1578. 
Fellow,  1573-80.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Jan.  6,  1573-4; 
priest  (Peterb.)  Feb.  27,  1576-7.  R.  of  Ackworth,  Yorks., 
1578-85.  R.  of  Foston,  1583-7.  R.  of  Bulmer  1585-7. 
Died  1587. 


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SHEPPARD,  BARNEY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Caius,  May  15, 
1622.  6th  s.  of  Owen,  gent.,  of  Buckenham,  Norfolk.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Thorton).  Matric.  1622;  Scholar,  1623-9;  B.A. 
1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  2,  1633-4; 
priest,  June  i,  1634.  C.  of  Whitlingham,  Norfolk,  in  1636. 
Sequestered  from  Ranworth,  in  1645.  V.  of  Upton  and  R.  of 
FJshley,  1647.  Buried  at  Fishley,  Feb.  26,  1656-7.  Will 
proved  (London)  Mar.  11,  1656-7.  Brother  of  Ambrose 
(1614)  and  Robert  (1612).   {Venn,  i.  256.) 

SHEPHARD,  benjamin.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c. 
1593.  Perhaps  s.  of  Nicholas  (1549).  Bapt.  Jan.  13,  1576-7, 
at  Peterborough.  B.A.  1596-7. 

SHEPHERD,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i8)  at  Christ's, 
May  25,  1725.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Hill-upon-Coat,  Salop. 
School,  Mavesyn  Ridware  (Mr  Stephenson).  Matric.  1726; 
Scholar,  1727;  B.A.  1728-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Hereford)  Oct. 
1729;  priest,  Aug.  1731.   (Peile,  11.  210.) 

SHEPPARD,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
July  I,  1664.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Hilton,  Hunts.  B.  there. 
School,  Huntingdon.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1667-8.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  16,  1665-6. 

SHEPPARD,   CHRISTOPHER.     Matric.   pens,   from  Christ's, 

Mar.  1580-1.  Of  Leicestershire. 
SHEPHERD,  EDMUND.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1566;    perhaps   scholar   from    Westminster,    'Giles';    B.A. 

1569-70. 

SHEPHERD,  EDMUND.  M.A.  1622  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Cumberland,  pleb.  Matric.  (Queen's  College,  Oxford)  July  3, 
1612,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1615-6;  M.A.  1619.  Fellow  of 
Queen's  College,  Oxford.  Died  1625.  Will  proved  (Chan- 
cellor's Court,  Oxford)  Nov.  21,  1625.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SHEAPARD,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  30,  1658.  Matric.  1658.  One  of  these  names  V.  of 
Shirley,  Derbs.;  R.  of  Seaton,  Rutland,  1674-82.   Died  1682. 

SHEPHERD,  EDMUND.    Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1659.    Of 

Suffolk.    S.  and  h.  of  Edmund,  of  Mendlesham,   Suffolk. 

B.  there,  June  23,   1641.    High  Sheriff  for  Suffolk,   1689. 

Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Coell,  Knt.,  Apr.  3,  1666. 

Died  July  20,  1708,  aged  66.   M.I.  at  Mendlesham.   Brother 

of  John  (1659)  and  probably  father  of  John  (1690).   (Vis.  of 

Suffolk,  1664;  G.  Mag.,  1830,  398.) 
SHEPPARD,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1607. 

Probably  s.'of  Stephen  (1571).   B.  at  Long  Melford,  Suffolk. 

B.A.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614.    Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  161 1; 

priest  (London)  Mar.  12,  1619-20,  age  28;  'C.  of  St  Laurence, 

Hertford.'   V.  of  Gt  Maplestead,  Essex,  1639. 
SHEPHERD,  EDWARD.   Adm.  sizar  at  Magdalene,  Nov.  10, 

1721.    B.  in  Lincolnshire.    Matric.  1723;  LL.B.  1727.    Ord. 

deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  20,  1724;  priest,  Dec.  i8,  1726. 

SHEPHEARD,  FRANCIS.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare,  Apr.  12, 

1734.  B.  in  London.     . 
SHEPARD,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1576; 

B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584.    Under-usher  of  St  Paul's  School, 

1583. 
SHEPHERD,  GEORGE.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June, 

1672.    S.   of   Hugh,   husbandman.    B.   at   Sutton,   Notts. 

School,  Sutton  (Mr  Rayner).   Matric.  1672;  Scholar,  1672-6; 

B.A.  1675-6. 
SHEPPARD,  GEORGE.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Aug.  20,  1674. 

Of  Doncaster.   S.  of  Edward,  alderman.   Matric.  1674;  B.A. 

1678-9;  M.A.  1682.    Fellow,   1681-90.    Incorp.  at  Oxford, 

1682.  Buried  at  Grantchester,  Cambs.,  Oct.  16,  1690.    M.I. 

Brother  of  James  (1666). 
SHEPHEARD,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Mar. 

22,   1732-3.    S.  of  Samuel,  of  Springfield,  Essex.    School, 

Westminster.    Matric.   1733;  Scholar,   1733;  B.A.   1736-7; 

M.A.  1740.  Adm.  at  Lincoki's  Inn,  Mar.  28,  1735. 
SHEPHERD,  HENRY.   M.A.  from  King's,  1728.  S.  of  Richard, 

of  Clebbume,  Westmorland,  clerk,  Matric.  (Queen's  College, 

Oxford)  May  11,  1719,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1724-5.    [Al. 

Oxon.) 

SHEPPARD,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  9, 

1666.    S.   of  Edward,   alderman   of   Doncaster.    B.   there. 

School,  Sedbergh.   Matric.  1667,  'John';  B.A.  1670-1;  M.A. 

1674.    Ord.  priest  (York)  Sept.  1675.    Brother  of  George 

(1674). 
SHEPPARD,   JOHN.    Adm.   pens,   at   Emmanuel,    Mar.    20, 

1592-3.   Matric.  c.  1593. 
SHEPPARD,   JOHN.    Adm.   pens,   at   Peterhouse,   Jan.    11, 

1594-5-  Perhaps  s.  of  John,  of  Mendlesham,  Suffolk.  Matric. 

c.  1595.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  12,  1595-6.  One  of  these 

names  purchased  the  manor  of  Campsey  Ash,  1652.    Died 

Feb.  14,  1669.  M.I.  at  Ash.  Perhaps  father  of  John  (1623-4). 

(G.  Mag.,  1830,  399.) 


Shepherd,  Richard 

SHEPPARD,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1597-8; 

B.A.  1602-3;  M.A.  1606.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Calkwell, 

Lines.,   1618-21.    Perhaps  of  Panton,  Lines.,  clerk.    Will 

(Lincoln)  1631. 
SHEPPARD,    JOHN.     Matric.    pens,    from   Corpus    Christi, 

Easter,  1622.  Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1625-6. 
SHEPPARD,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1623-4. 

Perhaps  s.  of  John  (1594-5),  of  Mendlesham,  Suffolk,  gent. 

B.  Mar.  25,  1607.    Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  19,  1626-7. 

One  of  these  names,  of  Ash,  died  unmarried,  June  11,  1671. 

M.I.  at  Ash.   (G.  Mag.,  1830,  399.) 
SHEPHEARD,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,   at  Emmanuel,   Mar.  31, 

1629.    Of  Suffolk.    Matric.  1629;  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636. 

Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4,  1637. 
SHEPPARD,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1659.    Doubtless  s.  of  Edmund,  of  Mendlesham,  Suffolk. 

B.A.  1662-3.  Buried  at  St  Benet's,  Cambridge,  Oct.  20,  1664. 

Brother  of  Edmund  (1659). 
SHEPHARD,  JOHN.   Adm.  at  Pembroke,  June  16,  1659;  B.A. 

1662-3.   Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Bishop  of  Galloway)  Feb.  25, 

1661-2.    V.  of  Wood  Ditton,  Cambs.,  1662.    One  of  these 

names,  'B.A.,'  R.  of  Caterham,  Surrey,  1667-81. 
SHEPHEARD,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  25,  1664.   Of 

Lancashire.    Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.    Ord. 

deacon  (Lincoln)  May  17,  1668;  priest  (London)  Sept.  1670; 

'C.  of  Epping.'  Perhaps  V.  of  Charing,  Kent,  1674-8,  'M.A.' 
SHEPARD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  i,  i666.   Of 

Suffolk.     Matric.    1667;   B.A.    1669-70;   M.A.    1673.     Ord. 

deacon  (Norwich)  May,  1673;  priest,  Sept.  1677.    Perhaps 

R.  of  Sanderstead,  Surrey,  1679-1705.    R.  of  Wethersdale, 

Suffolk,  1681.  Buried  at  Sanderstead,  June  5,  1705. 

SHEPHEARD,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1674. 

SHEPHERD,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1690.  Of 
Suffolk.  Perhaps  s.  of  Edmund  (1659),  of  High  House, 
Campsey  Ash,  and  of  Mendlesham.  B.  1675.  School,  Bury. 
High  Sheriff  of  Suffolk,  1709-14.  Married  (1)  Anne,  Dowager 
Countess  of  Leicester,  dau.  of  Sir  Robert  Reeve,  Bart.; 
(2)  Hannah  Wilmot.  Died  Oct.  18,  1747,  aged  72.  Buried 
at  Mendlesham.   M.I.   (G.  Mag.,  1830,  399.) 

SHEPHERD,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Easter, 
1715- 

SHEPPARD,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1718.  1st  s. 
of  Joshua  (1664),  V.  of  Harrowden,  Northants.  Matric. 
(Pembroke  College,  Oxford)  Mar.  16,  1694-5  (der.  fil.); 
B.A.  (O.xford)  1698.  Ord.  deacon,  Sept.  22,  1700;  priest 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  20,  1702;  C.  of  Little  Harrowden,  1700.  V.  of 
Brockhall,  1722-53.  V.  of  Harrowden,  1722-53.  Died 
suddenly  whilst  playing  at  cards.  Buried  Jan.  5,  1753,  at 
BrockhaU.   {Baker,  1.  116;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

SHEPHERD,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1746.  Of  Kent. 
Matric.  Michs.  1747. 

SHEPHERD,  JOSHUA.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  29,  1664.  S.  of  William,  deceased,  of  Tilbrook,  Beds. 
B.  there.  School,  Kimbolton  (Mr  Taylor).  Matric.  1664; 
B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  24,  1670; 
priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1677.  Schoolinaster  of  Guils- 
borough,  Northants.,  1676.  C.  of  Higham  Ferrers,  1679-86. 
V.  of  Harrowden,  1686-1722.  R.  of  Brockhall,  1707-22. 
Married  Mary,  dau.  of  John  Ward,  of  Brafield-on-the-Green. 
Buried  at  Gt  Harrowden,  Jan.  10,  1722-3.  Will  (Archd. 
Northants.)  1722-3.  Fatherof  John  (1718).  (H.  I.  Longden.) 

SHEPPARD,  LEONARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1573;  B.A.  1576-7;  M.A.  1580.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24, 
1580. 

SHEPPARD,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1549.  Of  Westmorland.  B.  1533.  B.A.  from  St 
John's,  1552-3;  M.A.  1559;  B.D.  from  Trinity,  1568.  Fellow 
of  St  John's,  1553;  reinstated,  1558.  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1562. 
Vice-Master  of  Trinity,  1564-9.  Proctor,  1566-7.  Master 
of  St  John's,  1569-74.  Preb.  of  Peterborough,  1561-87. 
R.  of  Hartlebury,  Worcs.,  1561-87.  University  preacher, 
1561,  1566.  Archdeacon  of  Northampton,  1569-87.  R.  of 
Hougham  with  Marston,  Lines.,  till  1587.  Preb.  of  Lincoln, 
1572-87.  Died  July,  1587.  Will  proved  (P.C.C.)  July  10, 
1587.  Perhaps  father  of  Benjamin  {c.  1593).  (Cooper,  11.  15; 
D.N.B.) 

SHEPHERD,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  from  King's,  Lent,  1638-9; 
B.A.  1640-1.  Perhaps  R.  of  Poringland,  Norfolk,  1647-72. 
Died  1672. 

SHEPHERD,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's, 
1665-6;  B.A.  1669-70.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669-70. 

SHEAPHEARD,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene, 
Michs.  1629. 

SHEPPARD,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1579.  Of  Essex. 


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Shepherd,  Richard 

SHEAPHERD,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Michs.  1583;  B.A.  1586-7.  Probably  ord.  deacon  (Carlisle) 
Nov.  3,  1587;  priest,  Mar.  16,  1588. 

SHEPPARD,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1588;  B.A.  1591-2;  M.A.  1595.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1595. 
Perhaps  P.C.  of  Northaw,  Herts.,  1604-29. 

SHEPHARD,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  c.  1596. 

SHEPARD,  RICHARD.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1612-3 ;  M.A.  1616. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Simon,  yeoman  of  Bennington,  Lines.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  22;  priest,  Dec.  23,  1616.  R.  of 
Bennington,  1619;  still  there,  1641.  Licensed  (Lincoln) 
May  9,  1626,  to  marry  Mary  Westland,  of  Bennington, 
spinster.  Benefactor  to  Christ's.  Father  of  Abel  (1649). 
(Peile,  I.  277.) 

SHEPHEARD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  6,  1701.  S.  of  Richard,  clerk.  B.  at  Thruxton,  Hants. 
School,  Salisbury  (Mr  Hardwyck).  Matric.  1702.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Feb.  16;  priest,  Feb.  19,  1706-7. 

SHEPHERD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney, 
May  29,  1713.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Kendal,  Westmorland. 
B.  there.  School,  Kendal.  Matric.  1713;  M.B.  1719.  Perhaps 
brother  of  Thomas  (1709). 

SHEPPARD,  ROBERT.  Perhaps  B.A.  1457-8  (fined  for  non- 
determination).  Probably  a  member  of  Peterhouse.  V. 
of  Cherry  Hinton,  Cambs.,  in  1450-61.  One  of  these  names, 
'  B.D.,'  R.  of  St  Stephen's,  Coleman  Street,  London,  1478-86. 
Died  Sept.  or  Oct.  i486.  Will,  Comm.  London. 

SHEPPARD,  ROBERT.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1579.  B.  at  Tenterden,  Kent.  Perhaps  adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  May  25,  1582,  from  Staple  Inn. 

SHEPERD,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Easter, 
1611;  B.A.  1614-5;  M.A.  1618.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Dec. 
24,  1615.  R.  of  Hepworth,  Suffolk,  1618-42,  ejected;  re- 
stored, 1660-72.  Buried  there  Mar.  5,  1672-3.  Perhaps 
father  of  Robert  (1646).   {Peile,  i.  284.) 

SHEPPERD,  ROBERT.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
June  16,  1612.  S.  and  h.  of  Owen,  Esq.,  of  Kirby  Bedon, 
near  Norwich.  Schools,  Bramerton  and  Norwich  (Mr 
Thornton).  Matric.  1613;  B.A.  1614-5.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Ian,  Nov.  21,  1612.  Of  Kirby  Bedon,  Esq.  Brother  of 
Ambrose  (1614)  and  Barney  (1622).  [Venn,  1.  218;  Vis.  of 
Norfolk.) 

SHEPHARD,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Michs.  1646.  Of  Suffolk.  Perhaps  s.  of  Robert  (i6ii),  of 
Stanton,  Suffolk,  clerk.  B.A.  1650-1;  M.A.  1654.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  24,  1648. 

SHEPHERD,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Oct.  12,  1686. 
Of  Lancashire. 

SHEPHARD,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Jan.  4, 
1701-2.   Matric.  1702. 

SHEPPARD,  SAMUEL.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1593. 

SHEPARD,  STEPHEN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1571;  B..\.  1574-5;  M.A.  1578.  Perhaps  father  of  Edward 
(1607). 

SHEPHERD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter, 
1614;  B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1620.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar. 
17;  priest.  Mar.  18,  1621-2.  Perhaps  R.  of  Graffham,  Himts., 
1622-43,  deprived. 

SHEPPARD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  10, 
1619-20.  S.  of  William,  grocer,  of  Towcester,  Northants. 
B.  there,  Nov.  5,  1605.  School,  Towcester.  Matric.  1620; 
B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  July  12; 
priest,  July  13,  1627.  Lecturer  at  Earls  Colne,  Essex. 
Reprimanded  by  Laud  for  his  Puritan  activities  and  pro- 
hibited from  exercising  as  a  minister  in  the  diocese  of  London. 
Became  chaplain  to  Sir  Richard  Darley,  Knt.,  of  Butter- 
crambe,  Yorks.;  preached  surreptitiously  in  that  region  till 
forced  by  persecution  to  flee  to  Heddon,  near  Newcastle-on- 
Tyne.  Emigrated  to  New  England.  Arrived  in  Boston, 
Oct.  3,  1635,  and  proceeded  to  NewtowTi  (aftenvaids  changed 
to  Cambridge  in  honour  of  Sheppard),  Mass.  Pastor  of  the 
Cambridge  Church,  1636-49.  Took  a  leading  part  in  es- 
tablishing Harvard  College.  Held  in  high  esteem  by  his 
contemporaries.  Author,  religious.  Died  Aug.  25,  1649. 
(J.  G.  Bartlett;  D.N.B.) 

SHEPARD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1627;  Scholar,  1631;  B.A.  1631-2. 

SHEPPARD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  as  M.A.  at  Emmanuel,  1645. 
Of  Bedfordshire.  One  of  these  names  (Shepard),  B.A.  from 
St  Mary  Hall,  Oxford,  1633;  M.A.  1635-6;  but  possibly  same 
as  next. 

SHEPHEARD,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1657  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
S.  of  William,  of  Abbotscombe,  Somerset,  pleb.  Matric. 
(Oriel  College,  Oxford)  Sept.  26,  1634,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1636;  M.A.  1642.  Created  B.D.  (Oxford)  1661.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Mawgan  in  Meneage,  Cornwall,  in  1666.  i^Al.  Oxon.) 


Shepley,  John 

SHEPPARD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  29,  1677.  Of  Bedfordshire.  Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of 
Maulden,  Beds.  Bapt.  there,  Dec.  24,  1660.  School,  Potton, 
Beds.  Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1680-1.  Probably  C.  of  MUlbrook, 
Beds.,  1684-8.  Buried  there  May  4, 1688.  {Geneal.  Bedford., 
204.) 

SHEPHARD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  7,  1680.  S.  of  WilUam  (1649),  clerk,  R.  of  Tilbrook, 
Beds.  B.  there.  School,  Oundle  (Mr  Speed).  Matric.  i68i; 
B.A.  1684-5;  M.A.  1688.  V.  of  St  Neots,  Hunts.,  1690-1707; 
a  non-juror.  Followed  his  father's  example  in  seceding  from 
the  established  church.  Dissenting  minister  at  Bocking, 
Essex,  1700-38.  Author,  sermons.  Died  Jan.  29,  1738-9, 
aged  73.   (David's  Essex;  N.  and  Q.,  2nd  S.,  vii.  155.) 

SHEPHERD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  2,  1709.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Sizergh-FeU-Side, 
Westmorland.  School,  Kendal  (Mr  More).  Matric.  1709. 
Perhaps  brother  of  Richard  (1713). 

SHEPHERD,  THOMAS.  Student  of  Clare.  Buried  at  St 
Michael's,  Cambridge,  Apr.  28,  1751. 

SHEPPARDE,  W.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Clare,  Michs.  1545. 

SHEPHERD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  Sept.  1,  1582.  Of  Littlecote  (or  Lidcote),  Bucks. 
Matric.  1582;  B.A.  1586-7;  M.A.  1590;  M.D.  c.  1598.  Fellow, 
1585-99.   Practised  at  Leicester.   (Harwood.) 

SHEPARD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1588.  Possibly  s.  of  Adam  (mentioned  in  the  will  (Cons.  C. 
London)  of  Wm.  Shepherd,  R.  of  Heydon,  Essex,  1590). 
Scholar,  1590;  B.A.  1591-2. 

SHEPPARD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Lent,  1618-9;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  18,  1624;  priest.  May  9,  1625.  Perhaps  lecturer  in 
Peterborough  Cathedral.  Buried  May  8,  1630,  at  Peter- 
borough. 

SHEPHARD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall, 
Michs.  1625;  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632.  Perhaps  V.  of  Buxton, 
Norfolk,  1637-42.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Waresley, 
Hunts.,  1663-77.  Died  1677. 

SHEPHEARD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  1649.  Of 
Bedfordshire.  Matric.  Easter,  1650;  B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1656. 
Doubtless  R.  of  Tilbrook,  Beds.,  1660-89;  registrar  there, 
in  1653.  Subsequently  became  the  minister  of  a  dissenting 
congregation  at  Oundle,  Northants.  Married  Hannah,  of 
Leonards,  Eastcheap,  London,  Feb.  4,  1657.  Doubtless 
father  of  Thomas  (1680).  (W.  M.  Noble;  Geneal.  Bedford., 
292;  N.  and  Q.,  2nd  S.,  vii.  156.) 

SHEPHEARD,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  Queens',  1691.  S.  of 
James,  of  Chudleigh,  Devon.  Matric.  (Wadham  College, 
O.xford)  Mar.  10,  1675-6,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1679.  R-  of 
West  Worlington,  Devon,  1683.  R.  of  Ashreigney,  1700-48. 
Died  1748.   Will  (Exeter)  1748. 

SHEPPHEARDSON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i.:>)  at 
Peterhouse,  Aug.  26,  1697.  Of  Durham.  6th  s.  of  Edward. 
Bapt.  at  Pittington,  June  29,  1680.  School,  Durham.  Died 
unmarried,  Apr.  19,  1715.  Brother  of  Ralph  (1693).  (Surtees, 
I.  115.) 

SHEPPERDSON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity, 
Nov.  17,  1725.  S.  of  Ralph  (1693),  of  Pittington  Hall, 
Durham.  Bapt.  Feb.  2,  1708-9,  at  Pittington.  School, 
Kirkleatham,  Yorks.  (Mr  Clark).  Matric.  1725;  B.A.  1728-9. 
Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  George  Baker,  of  CrookhaU, 
June  27,  1738,  at  Pittington.  Buried  Aug.  19,  1776,  at 
Pittington.   (H.  M.  Wood.) 

SHEPPERDSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  16, 
1629.  S.  of  Henry,  gent.  Bapt.  Dec.  27,  1611,  at  Abkettleby, 
Leics.  School,  Melton  (Mr  Humfrey).  Matric.  1629;  B.A. 
1632-3;  M.A.  1636.  R.  of  Broughton  Sulney,  Notts.,  1653- 
79,  and  of  Nether  Broughton,  Leics.  Buried  at  Upper 
Broughton,  Jan.  3,  1680-1.   (Venn,  i.  289.) 

SHIPPHARDSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
Apr.  20,  1667.  S.  of  John.  Bapt.  Apr.  16,  1651,  at  Bishop- 
Wearmouth.  Matric.  1667.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Ralph  Smith,  of  West  Rainton,  Durham,  Feb.  8,  1669,  in 
Durham  .4bbey.  Living,  1713.   (Peile,  n.  10;  Surtees,i.  m.) 

SHIPPERSON,  RALPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  May  3, 
1693.  S.  of  Edward,  of  Pittington  HaUgarth,  Durham.  Bapt. 
Sept.  10,  1676,  at  Pittington.  School,  Durham  (Mr  Rudd). 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  30,  1694.  Of  Pittington  Hallgarth, 
Esq.  Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  Thomas  Musgrave,  D.D., 
of  Salkeld,  Cumberland.  Buried  June  17,  1719,  at  Pittington. 
Will  proved  (Durham)  July  13,  1721.  Brother  of  Edward 
(1697),  father  of  Edward  (1725).    (H.  M.  Wood.) 

SHEPLEY,  see  also  SHIPLEY. 

SHEPLEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  31 
1655.  S.  of  John,  carpenter,  of  Boston,  Lines.  B.  there. 
School,  Boston  (Mr  Morton). 


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Shepley,  John 

SHEPLEY,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  King's,  i733.  S.  of  Samuel,  of 
Manchester.  Matric.  (University  College,  Oxford)  May  21, 
1726,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1729-30.  V.  of  Felsham,  Suffolk, 
1732-54.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SHEPPY  or  SHEPY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  7, 
1690.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  in  London.  School,  Lewisham, 
Kent.  Matric.  1690.  Migrated  to  Trinity,  Feb.  i,  1691-2. 
Scholar,  1693;  B.A.  1693-4.  Perhaps  M.A.  1728  (Com.  Reg.). 
V.  of  Gt  Clacton,  Essex,  1703-5.  R.  of  St  Edward  and 
St  Julian,  Norwich,  1704.  R.  of  All  Saints',  1704-37.  R.  of 
Oxnead,  Norfolk,  1709. 

SHEPEI  or  SHEEPEY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at 
Pembroke,  June  27,  1646.  S.  of  Henry,  husbandman.  B. 
in  Warwick.  Matric.  1646.  Buried  in  Little  St  Mary's,  Cam- 
bridge, Aug.  6,  1647,  Shippe.    {E.  Anglian,  11.  12.) 

SHEPPY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  June  12, 
1658,  'Grecian'  from  Christ's  Hospital.  S.  of  Thomas, 
grocer.  B.  at  Holbom,  Middlesex.  Matric.  1659;  B.A.  1661-2. 

SHERARD,  see  SHERRARD. 

SHERBROOKE,  EDMUND.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 
Michs.  1551;  B.A.  1555-6;  M.A.  from  Queens',  1558;  B.D. 
1565;  D.D.  from  Jesus,  1579.  Fellow  of  Jesus,  1556-7. 
Fellow  of  Queens',  1557-67.  University  preacher,  1562; 
deprived,  1566.  R.  of  Ashdon,  Essex,  1565.  R.  of  Had- 
stock,  1570-89.  Died  1589.  Will  dated,  Sept.  23,  1589; 
proved  (P.C.C.)  1589-90 ;  mentions  a  brother  Michael  (?  1569) . 

SHERBROKE  or  SHARNBROKE,  EDWARD.  B.A.  1495-6. 
Of  Essex.  M.A.  1499.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  c.  1495.  6rd. 
sub-deacon  (Ely)  Feb.  23;  deacon.  Mar.  16,  1498-9.  Preb. 
of  St  Paul's,  1509-30.  R.  of  Woodford,  Essex,  1510.  Of 
Wormley,  Herts.  Possibly  resident  at  King's  Hall,  Sham- 
borough,  1507-30.  Died  Dec.  23,  1530.  Will,  P.C.C. 
(Hennessy.) 

SHERBROOKE,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Michs.  1610.   Of  Nottinghamshire. 

SHERBROKE,  MICHAEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1569  (adm.  1568).  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Wickers- 
ley,  Yorks.,  1567-1610.  Died  1610.  Perhaps  brother  of 
Edmund  (1551). 

SHERBROOKE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
Jan.  22,  1643-4.  S.  of  Richard,  shepherd,  deceased,  of 
Streatham,  Isle  of  Ely.  B.  there.  School,  West  Wickham, 
Cambs.  (private).   Matric.  1644;  B.A.  1647-8. 

SHERBROOK, .  B.A.  1484. 

SHERBROOK, .  M.A.  1496-7. 

SHERBORNE  or  SHYRBORNE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from 
Pembroke,  Michs.  1545.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Gt 
Warley,  Essex,  1554-71.  Died  1571.  See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a 
contemporary  namesake.  (But  Foster  apparently  confuses 
two  men.) 

SHERBURN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  24,  1714. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1714;  B.A.  1717-8;  M.A.  1721.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  July,  1718;  priest,  1720-1. 

SHIRBORN,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
May  31,  1678,  from  Trinity  College  (sic),  Oxford.  Matric. 
(St  Mary  Hall,  Oxford)  Nov.  24,  1676,  age  15.  S.  of  Essex, 
of  Pembridge,  Hereford,  gent.  B.  at  Chehvorth,  Somerset. 
School,  Monmouth  (Mr  Basset).  Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1680-1; 
M.A.  1684.  R.  of  Pembridge,  Hereford,  1686.  Married  Mary 
van  Hugen  van  Menheid,  of  Stanton-in-Arrow.  Father  of 
William  (1703).   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SHERBORNE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  June  21,  1649. 
S.  of  Robert,  V.  of  Brayton,  nearSelby,  Yorks.,  and  grandson 
of  Thomas  (i579)-  Bapt.  May  7,  1635,  at  Barwick  in  Elmete, 
Yorks.  Schools,  Coxwold  (Mr  Smelt)  and  Selby.  Matric. 
1649;  B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1656.  P.C.  of  Cawood,  Yorks., 
1659-64,  ejected.  Went  to  live  with  his  father  and  assisted 
him  at  Brayton.  Died  of  consumption,  1670-1.  Will  dated, 
Dec.  2,  1670;  proved  (Selby)  May  2,  1671.  Brother  of 
Sydrach  (1675)-   (Calamy,  11.  558;  J.  Parker.) 

SHERBURNE,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  15,  1596. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1596.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  26,  1601;  of  Ribbleton,  Lanes. 

SHEREBORNE,  SYDRACH  (or  SHADRACH).  Adm.  sizar  (age 
18)  at  St  John's,  June  22,  i675-  S.  of  Robert,  clerk,  of  Bray- 
ton, Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Selby.  Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1678- 
9.  Ord. deacon  (York)  June,  i679;priest, June, 1680.  P.C.  of 
Cawood,  Yorks.,  1684,  and  minister  of  Selby,  1698-1701. 
Married  Ann  Rowden,  at  Wistow,  Mar.  10,  1680.  Died 
Nov.  29,  1717.  aged  60.  Buried  at  Cawood.  M.I.  Brother 
of  Robert  (1649).   (W.  Wheater,  Sherburn  and  Cawood,  300.) 

SHIRBURNE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell. -Com.  from  Queens', 
Michs.  1579-  Of  Lancashire.  Doubtless  4th  s.  of  Sir  Richard, 
of  Stonyhurst,  Lanes.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  July  1,  1584. 
Of  Eccleston,  Lanes.,  and  of  Twisleton,  Yorks.  Died  Sept.  14, 
1607.   (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  J.  Parker.) 


Sherland,  Thomas 

SHERBORNE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sr  John's, 

June  7,  1703.  S.  of  Nicholas  (1678),  clerk.  B.  at  Pembridge, 

Hereford.  School,  Pembridge  (Mr  Graheame).  Matric.  1703. 

Agent  to  the  Duke  of  Newcastle  for  his  Hereford  estates. 

His  translation  of  Horace,  Ars  Poetica,  is  in  the  British 

Museum  (Add.  MSS.  33,498).  Died  insane.   (J.  Parker.) 

SHERBORNE, .   B.Can.L.  1497-8. 

SHERCLIFFE,  see  SHIERCLIFFE. 

SHERDLY,  EDWARD.    Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 

Apr.  12,  1684.  S.  of  Richard,  gent.  B.  at  Farrington,  Lanes. 

School,  Leyland  (Mr  Wade).    Matric.   1684;  B.A.   1687-8. 

Ord.  deacon  (Carlisle)  June  10,  1688;  priest  (Chester)  June  15, 

1689.   C.  at  Blackburn,  Lanes.   Buried  there  Dec.  24,  1693. 

(E.  Axon.) 

SHERFIELD,  NICHOLAS.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from 

Eton,  1448.   Of  Northamptonshire. 

SHERGOLD,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  30,  1679. 
Of  Wiltshire.  Matric.  1679;  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A.  1686.  FeUow, 
1684-94. 

SHERGOLD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  27,  1707. 
Of  London.  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1714-5.  Probably  V.  of 
Preston,  Dorset,  1720-1;  afterwards  R.  of  Devises,  Sussex. 

SHERIFFE,  see  also  SHREVE. 

SHERIFFE  or  SHERIVE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16) 
at  Caius,  July  2,  1667.  S.  of  Christopher,  of  Gt  Bradley, 
Suffolk.  IB.  there.  Matric.  1667, 'Shriner';  Scholar,  1668-70; 
B.A.  1670-1;  M.A.  1674.  Subscribed  for  deacon's  orders 
(Norwich)  Oct.  17,  1670;  ord.  priest,  Sept.  1674.  C.  of 
Kennet,  Suffolk.  R.  of  Hawkchurch,  Dorset,  1677-1727. 
Died  there  Jan.  4,  1727-8.   (Venn,  i.  432.) 

SHERIFFE,  EDMUND.  Master  of  Gonville  Hall,  1472-5. 
Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1458-71.  R.  of  Little  Billing,  Northants., 
1467.  Archdeacon  of  Stow,  Lines.  A  carefiU  compiler  of 
the  College  records.   Died  Sept.  29,  1475.   (Venn,  1.  11.) 

SHERIFF  or  SHEREVE,  JOHN.   B.A.  1501-2. 

SHERIFFE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1655.   Of  Norfolk.   B.A.  1657-8;  M.A.  1661. 

SHERIFF,  THOMAS.  Com.  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1461-2. 
Excused  from  congregations,  1473.  V.  of  Cherry  Hinton, 
Cambs.,  1461-4.   Died  1464.   (T.  A.  Walker.) 

SHERINGHAM,  JASPER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1555- 

SHERINGHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  20, 
1657.  S.  of  Christopher,  gent.,  of  Tunstead,  Norfolk.  B. 
there.  Schools,  Tunstead  (Mr  Brigges  and  Mr  Hanes)  and 
Norwich  (Mr  Lovering).  Matric.  1657;  Scholar,  1657-60. 
Licensed  as  a  literate  schoolmaster,  Aug.  14,  1662.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  21,  1662.  R.  of  Irstead, 
Norfolk,  1662-80.  V.  of  Homing,  1662.  C.  of  Hemblington, 
in  1674.  Father  of  the  next.   (Venn,  i.  398.) 

SHERINGHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  July  5, 
1679.  S.  of  John  (above),  R.  of  Irstead,  Norfolk.  B.  in 
Norwich.  Schools,  Norwich  (Mr  Home  and  Mr  Burton)  and 
North  Walsham  (Mr  Harvey).  Scholar,  1679-87;  Matric. 
1680;  B.A.  1683-4;  M.A.  1687.  Master  at  Lynn  School,  1686. 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  20,  1689;  'C.  of  East  Walton.' 
(Venn,  i.  463.) 

SHERINGHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  Catharine's, 
Aug.  20,  1730.  Of  Norwich.  Matric.  1730;  B.A.  1734-5. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  22,  1734;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1742. 

SHERINGHAM,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Mar. 
15,  1618-9.  S.  of  William,  of  Guestwick,  Norfolk.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Briggs).  Matric.  1618-9;  Scholar,  1620-6; 
B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.  Fellow,  1626-51;  ejected  but 
restored,  1660-78.  Proctor,  1644-5.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1628. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  28;  priest,  June  29,  1626. 
Retired  to  Holland.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Leyden,  Mar.  4,  1650. 
Taught  Hebrew  and  Arabic  at  Rotterdam  and  in  other  towns. 
Returned  to  England  at  the  Restoration.  Author,  De 
Anglorum  Geniis  Origine,  etc.  Buried  May  2,  1678,  at  St 
Michael's,  Cambridge.   (Venn,  I.  243;  D.N.B.) 

SHERINGHAM,  THOMAS.  ChanceUor  of  the  University, 
1286-7  and  1296-9. 

SHERISEW,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  29,  1590. 

SHERLAND,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May, 
1561. 

SHERLAND  or  SHERLONDE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Em- 
manuel, Mar.  26,  1588.  Matric.  1588.  One  of  these  names, 
'of  Suffolk,'  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  3,  1590-1,  from  Staple 
Inn. 

SHERLAND,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1582. 

SHERLAND,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1582. 


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Sherlock,  John 

SHERLOCK,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Feb.  28, 
1697-8.  Matric.  1699;  B.A.  1701-2.  One  of  these  names, 
F.R.S.,  1715- 

SHERLOCK,  RICHARD.  B.A.  from  Clare,  1601-2;  M.A.  1605. 
Bapt.  Aug.  15,  1577,  at  Woodchurch,  Cheshire.  R.  of 
Woodchurch,  1616-43.  Buried  there  Aug.  30,  1643.  (E. 
Axon.) 

SHERLOCKE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  4, 
1622.  S.of  Thomas,  husbandman,  of  Haxby,Yorks.  Schools, 
York  (Mr  Johnson)  and  Pocklington  (Mr  Ellcocke).  Matric. 
1622;  B.A.  1630-1.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  18,  1625; 
'schoolmaster  at  Haxby.' 

SHERLOCK,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1672. 
Of  Hertfordshire.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  24,  1676.  R.  of  Eastry,  Kent, 
1695-8.   Buried  there  June  2,  1698. 

SHERLOCK,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Jan.  11, 
1693-4.  S.  of  William  (1657),  Dean  of  St  Paul's.  B.  1678, 
in  London.  School,  Eton.  Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1697-8;  M.A. 
1701;  D.D.  1714.  Fellow,  1698.  Master,  1714-9.  Vice- 
Chancellor,  1714-5.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  18, 
1695.  R.  of  Therfield,  Herts.,  1701-34.  Master  of  the 
Temple,  1705-53.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1713-31.  Dean  of 
Chichester,  1715-27.  Preb.  of  Norwich,  1719.  Bishop  of 
Bangor,  1728-34;  of  Salisbury,  1734-48;  of  London,  1748- 
61.  Lord  Chancellor,  1743-8.  Dean  of  the  Chapel  Royal, 
1748-61.  F.R.S.,  1749.  Took  part  in  the  Bangorian  con- 
troversy. Supported  Walpole  in  the  House  of  Lords.  Author, 
controversial.  Died  July  18,  1761.  Buried  at  Fulham. 
Will,  P.C.C.  Left  his  library  to  Cambridge.  His  portrait, 
and  that  of  Benjamin  Hoadley,  hang  together  in  the  Hall 
of  St  Catharine's.   {D.N.B.;  Cluticrbuck,  iii.  590.) 

SHERLOCK,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  from  Christ's,  1596-7.  B.  at 
Chester,  c.  1577.  B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  1603.  Ord.  priest 
(Colchester)  Sept.  21,  1606.  V.  of  Offley,  Herts.,  1608-14. 
R.  of  Lilley,  1614.   Father  of  the  next.   (Peile,  i.  223.) 

SHERLOCK,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
June  25,  1628.  S.  of  William  (above),  V.  of  Lilley,  Herts. 
B.  there.  Matric.  1629.  C.  of  Lilley,  1638-50.  {Peile,  1.  393.) 

SHERLOCK,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 
May  19,  1657.  B.  at  Southwark,  Surrey.  Schools,  St  Mary- 
Overeyand  Eton.  Matric.  1657;  Scholar,  1658;  B.A.  1660-1; 
M.A.  1665;  D.D.  1680.  R.  of  St  George's,  Botolph  Lane,  and 
St  Botolph,  Billingsgate,  1669-91.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's, 
1681-1707.  President  of  Sion  CoUege,  1683.  Master  of  the 
Temple,  1685-1705.  Chaplain  to  the  King,  1686-90,  1690- 
1707.  A  leader  amongst  the  Non-Jurors,  in  1688-9,  but  took 
the  Oaths  in  1690.  Canon  Residentiary  of  St  Paul's,  1691- 
1707.  Dean  of  St  Paul's,  1691-1707.  R.  of  Therfield,  Herts., 
1697-1701.  Married  Elizabeth  Gardner,  Feb.  8,  1672-3. 
Author,  theological  and  controversial.  Died  June  19,  1707, 
aged  67.  Buried  in  St  Paul's  Cathedral.  Will,  P.C.C.  Father 
of  Thomas  (1693-4).  {T.  A.  Walker,  111;  D.N.B.;  Clutter- 
buck,  III.  590.) 

SHERLOCK,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Jesus,  July  3, 
1699.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Buntingford,  Herts.  School, 
Buntingford.  Matric.  1699.  Migrated  to  Christ's.  Adm. 
there  as  scholar,  Feb.  10,   1699-1700;  B.A.  1702-3;  M.A. 

1707.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  8,  1707;  priest,  Sept.  19, 

1708.  C.  of  Deptford,  Kent,  1716.  R.  of  Little  Burstead, 
Essex,  1723-36.  Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Huntingdon.  R.  of 
St  George's,  Botolph  Lane  and  of  St  Botolph,  Billingsgate, 
London,  1725-36.  Died  unmarried,  1736.  Will,  P.C.C. 
{Peile,  II.  148.) 

SHERLYNCKE, .   Com.  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1465-6. 

SHERMAN,  ABRAHAM.  M.A.  1651  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
Of  Kent,  gent.  Matric.  (Merton  College,  Oxford)  Oct.  19, 
1621,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1621-2;  M.A.  1624.  Chaplain 
of  Lincoln's  Inn,  1628-33.  R.  of  Lee,  Kent,  1633-54.  Died 
Oct.  5,  1654.  M.L  at  Lee.  WiU,  P.C.C.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SHERMAN,  ALEXANDER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Lent,  1557-8. 

SHERMAN,  CHARLES.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  c.  1593. 

SHERMAN,  EDMUND.  Adm.  at  St  Catharine's,  May,  1644, 
and  at  Queens',  July  23,  1644.  Of  Dedham,  Essex.  S.  of 
Samuel,  clothier.  School,  Dedham.  B.A.  from  Clare,  1647. 
Master  of  Dedham  School,  1668-74.  WiU  dated,  Nov.  20, 
1674;  proved  (P.C.C.)  Feb.  3,  i674-5-  Brotherof  John  (1645) 
and  probably  of  Samuel  (1644). 

SHERMAN,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Gonville  Hall, 
Michs.  1554. 

SHERMAN,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  9, 
1620.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  Matric.  1620;  LL.B.  from 
Trinity  Hall,  1626.  Fellow  of  Trinity  Hall,  1626-34. 

SHERMAN,  HENRY.  LL.B.  Of  Coventry  and  Lichfield  diocese. 
Ord.  sub-deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  23,  1497;  deacon.  Mar.  10, 
1497-8. 


Sherman,  Ralph 

SHERMAN,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1554- 

SHERMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  25)  at  Caius,  Jan.  13, 
1560-1.  Of  Little  Moulton,  Norfolk.  S.  of  John,  of  Wacton, 
Norfolk,  gent.  Married  Barbara,  dau.  of  William  Drake,  of 
Hardley.  Will  dated,  Apr.  4;  proved  (Norwich  C.  C.)  May  26, 
1597.  Brother  of  Richard  (1556-7).   {Venn,  i.  44.) 

SHEREMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Nov.  26, 
1567.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Maldon,  Essex.   School,  Maldon. 

SHERMAN,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1576; 

B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  1583.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Jan.  7, 

1587-8. 
SHERMAN,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Lent,  1584-5. 

Of  Yorkshire. 
SHERMAN,    JOHN.     Adm.    pens,    at   Trinity   Hall,    1597. 

Perhaps  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  16,  1599;  of  Suffolk. 

SHERMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1615.  Of  Suffolk. 

SHERMAN,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1621. 

SHERMAN,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1626. 
(Perhaps  s.  of  Daniel.  B.  at  Dedham,  Essex.  If  so.  Ex- 
hibitioner from  Charterhouse.)  Scholar,  1627;  B.A.  1629-30; 
M.A.  1633;  B.D.  1640;  D.D.  1660  {Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1632; 
ejected,  1644.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1637.  Died 
1663  (sic).  (But  if  he  be  the  Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse, 
his  will  was  proved  (Norwich)  July  20,  1661 ;  described  as  of 
Norwich,  clerk.  Benefactor  to  the  Charterhouse.)  {Al. 
Carthus.) 

SHERMAN,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1631.  Of  Essex.  S.  of  Edmund.  B.  at  Dedham,  Essex, 
Dec.  26,  1613.  Declined  to  subscribe  for  his  degree.  Went 
to  New  England,  c.  1635.  Preacher  at  Watertown,  Mass., 
where  he  succeeded  the  Rev.  George  Phillips  as  pastor  in 
1647.  Overseer  of  Harvard  College,  1647-85.  Fellow  of 
Harvard,  1678-85.  Gave  fortnightly  lectures  at  Watertown 
to  the  students  of  the  College  who  walked  over  from  Cam- 
bridge to  attend  them.  One  of  the  joint  moderators  of  a 
general  reforming  synod  held  at  Boston,  1679.  A  distin- 
guished student  of  astronomy;  compiled  several  almanacs. 
Died  Aug.  8,  1685.   {FeU,  463;  J.  G.  Bartlett.) 

SHERMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1638. 
Matric.  1638;  B.A.  1641-2;  M.A.  1645;  D.D.  1661  {Lit.  Reg.). 
R.  of  Bradwell-on-Sea,  Essex,  1644-66.  Died  Nov.  13,  1666. 
M.L  at  Bradwell.  WiU  dated,  Oct.  31,  1666;  proved  (P.C.C.) 
May  24,  1667.  Father  of  John  (1665).  But  see  Al.  Oxon.  for 
a  contemporary  namesake  to  whom  Foster  assigns  this 
benefice. 

SHERMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Sept.  1645.  S.  of 
Samuel,  clothier.  B.  at  Dedham,  Essex.  Matric.  1647;  B.A. 
1649-50;  M.A.  from  Jesus,  1653;  D.D.  1665  {Lit.  Reg.). 
Fellow  of  Jesus,  1650-71.  Proctor,  1660-1.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1653.  R.  of  Graveley,  Cambs.,  1655.  R.  of  Harlton, 
1662-71.  Preb.  and  Archdeacon  of  Sarum,  1670-1.  Author, 
Historia  Collegii  Jesu,  Cantabrigiae.  Died  Mar.  27,  1671. 
Buried  in  the  chapel.  WiU  proved  (P.C.C.)  1671;  mentions 
his  brother  Edmund  (1644).  Probably  brother  of  Samuel 
(1644).  (A.  Gray;  D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.,  where  the  parentage 
is  WTong.) 

SHERMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  14,  1665.  1st  s. 
of  John  (1638),  D.D.,  R.  of  BradweU,  Essex.  School,  Ely. 
Matric.  1667;  Scholar,  1667.  Died  in  CoUege,  May  1,  1667. 
Buried  in  the  Chapel.   (A.  Gray.) 

SHERMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Jan.  23, 
1683-4.  Probably  of  Dedham,  Essex.  School,  Woodbridge. 
Matric.  1684;  B.A.  1686-7.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  20, 
1691;  priest  (Norsvich)  May,  1695.  C.  of  Milding,  Suffolk. 
Master  of  Dedham  School,  Essex,  1700-22.  Died  Mar.  25, 
1721-2,  aged  56.  Buried  at  Dedham.  WiU  (Comm.  Essex) 
1725.    (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

SHERMAN,  MARK.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1618. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  from  Queens',  1625. 
FeUow  of  Queens',  1625-7.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Aug.  7, 1627. 
R.  of  Claydon,  Suffolk;  sequestered,  1644.  R.  of  Orlestone, 
Kent,  tiU  1665.   Died  1665. 

SHERMAN,  MICHAEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  19,  1669. 

SHERMAN,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  28, 
1674.  Migrated  to  Pembroke.  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1677-8; 
M.A.  1681. 

SHERMAN,  RALPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  John's,  c.  1584.  S.  of 
Richard,  of  Brinkley,  Cambs.  School,  St  Paul's.  Matric. 
1584.  Migrated  pens,  to  Caius,  May  10,  1587,  age  19.  Scholar, 
1587-90;  B.A.  1587-8;  M.A.  1591.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Dec.  23,  1604;  priest,  June  15,  1606.  R.  of  Ickburgh,  Norfolk, 
1605-26.  R.  of  Lcmgford,  1605-26.  Kept  school  at  Cheveley, 
in  1606.  Buried  at  Langford,  Sept.  21,  1626.  Father  of  the 
next.   {Venn,  i.  129.) 


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Sherman,  Ralph 

SHERMAN,  RALPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  26, 
1638.  S.  of  Ralph  (above),  late  R.  of  Ickburgh,  Norfolk. 
B.  there.  School,  Bury.  Matric.  1638;  Scholar,  1641-3; 
B.A.  1641-2. 

SHERMAN,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1554. 

SHERMAN,  RICHARD.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1556-7.  S.  of 
John,  of  Little  Moulton,  Norfolk.  M.A.  1560;  M.D.  from 
Caius,  1567.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1559.  Fellow  of  Caius, 
1560-2.  Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  1558.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Norwich)  Jan.  i,  1595-6.  R.  of  Stratton  St 
Michael  and  St  Peter,  Norfolk,  1596.  R.  of  Horham,  Suffolk, 
1599-1606.  Brother  of  John  (1560-1).   {Venn,  i.  44.) 

SHERMAN,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  Sx  John's,  Easter, 

1565. 
SHERMAN,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1575. 

Perhaps  s.   of   Henry,   of  Colchester   (will   (P.C  C.)    1590). 

B.A.   1579-80;   M.A.   1583.    F.R.C.P.  Sept.  7,   i599-    Will 

(Comm.  London)  1602-3;  of  St  Stephen's,  Coleman  Street, 

London.   (Cooper,  11.  285;  Munk,  i.  u6.) 

SHERMAN,  ROWLAND.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Feb.  ii,  1747-8. 

B.  in  London.  Matric.  1748;  B.A.  1753.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich) 

July,  1754. 
SHERMAN,   SAMUEL.    Matric.   pens,  from   Queens',   Michs. 

1644.    Of  Essex.    Probably  s.  of  Samuel,   clothier.    B.A. 

1647-8;  M.A.  1651.    Fellow,  1649-50.    Probably  brother  of 

Edmund  (1644)  and  John  (1645). 

SHERMAN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Jesus,  Michs. 
1573-  Possibly  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Yaxley,  Suffolk. 
Married  and  had  issue.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  1575,  from  Barnard's  Inn.   {Vis.  of  Leics.,  1619.) 

SHERMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Apr.  24, 
1596.  S.  of  Thomas,  druggist.  School,  Ipswich.  Matric.  c. 
1596;  Scholar,  1596-1603;  B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  1603.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  24,  1609;  'title,  his  own 
estate.'  V.  of  Tuddenham  St  Martin,  Suffolk,  1609-10. 
R.  of  Hintlesham,  1611-46,  sequestered.  See  Al.  Oxon.  for 
a  contemporary  namesake,  with  whom  he  is  apparently 
confused.   {Venn,  i.  159.) 

SHERMAN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1618.   Of  Norfolk. 

SHERMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  June  30, 
1634.  Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1634;  Scholar,  1635;  B.A.  1637-8; 
M.A.  1641.  Perhaps  V.  of  Silkstone,  Yorks.,  1666-77. 
Buried  there  Nov.  30,  1677.   {T.  A.  Walker,  52.) 

SHERMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Aug.  26, 
1650.  Of  Leicestershire.  Scholar,  1650;  Matric.  1651;  B.A. 
1654-5;  M.A.  1658.  Perhaps  R.  of  St  Anthony,  London, 
1662-4;  if  so,  ord.  priest  (Bishop  Brian  Duppa,  of  Sarum) 
July  19,  1658.   Father  of  the  next. 

SHERMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  22,  1692. 
S.  of  Thomas  (1650),  clerk,  deceased.  Matric.  1692;  B.A. 
1698-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Durham)  Sept.  25,  1698;  priest, 
Sept.  24,  1699.  C.  of  Croxdale,  Durham,  1700.  Minor  Canon 
of  Durham.  Buried  in  the  Cathedral,  Nov.  30,  1700.  (D.  S. 
Boutflower.) 

SHERMAN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1604.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Newark,  near  Leicester. 
Age  34  in  1619.  Married  Maria  Lascells,  of  Nottinghamshire. 
{Vis.  of  Leics.,  1619.) 

SHERMAN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1639; 
Scholar,  1641;  B.A.  1643-4;  M.A.  1647.  Perhaps  ord.  priest 
(Ardfert)  May  3,  1653.  Probably  R.  of  Higham,  Leics., 
1660-1719-  Died  Jan.  9,  1719,  aged  97.  Buried  at  Higham. 
M.I.  Will  (Leicester)  1719.   {Nichols,  iv.  641;  J.  C.  Dale.) 

SHERMAN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  17,  1671. 
Matric.  1671;  Scholar,  1674;  B.A.  1674-5;  M.A.  1678.  Ord. 
priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  10,  1679-80. 

SHERMAN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Sept.  3, 
1700.  B.  at  Felsted,  Essex.  School,  Felsted.  Scholar,  1702- 
3;  Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1704-5.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
June  6,  1702.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1704;  priest  (Ely) 
Dec.  21,  1707.  V.  of  Rushmere,  Suffolk,  1707.  {Peile,  11.  149.) 

SHERMAN, .   Pens,  at  Jesus,  1601-2. 

SHERMAN,  .    Matric.  Fell. -Com.  from  St  Catharine's, 

1646. 

SHERRARD,  BENNET.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  6, 
1699.  Of  Nottinghamshire.  Doubtless  4th  s.  of  Philip,  of 
Car  Colston,  Notts.  Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1703-4;  M.A.  1705 
{Com.  Reg.).  Ord.  priest  (York)  Sept.  21,  1707.  R.  of  Langar, 
Notts.,  1714-53-  R-  of  Aylestone,  Leics.,  1716.  Chaplain 
to  the  Duke  of  Rutland.  Preb.  of  Southwell,  1734-53.  Died 
May,  1753.  Doubtless  brother  of  Robert  (1693).  {Nichols,  u. 
346.) 


Sherrard,  William 

SHERRARD,  Lord  (BENNET).  LL.D.  1705  {Com.  Reg.).  S.  of 
Bennet,  Baron  Sherard,  of  Leitrim.  Bapt.  at  Stapleford, 
Leics.,  Oct.  27,  1677.  Succeeded  to  the  Irish  peerage,  Jan.  30, 
1699-1700.  Lord-Lieutenant  of  Rutland,  1700-12,  1715-31. 
M. P.  for  Leics.,  1701-2;  for  Rutland,  1713-4.  Created  Baron 
Harborough  of  Harborough,  Oct.  19,  1714,  and  Viscount 
Sherard  of  Stapleford,  Leics.,  Oct.  31,  1718,  and  finally  Earl 
of  Harborough,  June  18,  1719.  Died  s.p.s.  Oct.  16,  1732- 
(G.E.C.) 

SHERARD,  BENNET.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  28, 1717. 
Of  Middlesex.  B.A.  1720-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  18, 
1721-2. 

SHERARD,  CASTLE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  3, 
1 75 1.  S.  of  Castle,  late  of  Glatton,  Hunts,  (and  Martha, 
dau.  of  Edward  Ferrar,  of  Little  Gidding).  School,  Oakham. 
Matric.  1751;  B.A.  1755;  M.A.  1759.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Dec.  23,  1759.  R.  of  Stainby  and  Gunby,  Lines.,  1776,  and 
of  Edmundthorpe,  Leics.,  1776.  Married  Jane,  dau.  of 
Richard  Caryer,  Esq.,  of  Godmanchester,  Hunts.  Died  1803, 
aged  70.  (His  grandson  Philip  Castle,  succeeded  to  the 
peerage  as  9th  Baron  Sherard  of  Leitrim,  in  1859.)  {G.E.C; 
Nichols,  II.  353.) 

SHERRARD,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
Dec.  16,  1647.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Gautby,  Lines.  Matric.  1647, 
'Edward.'   Died  s. p.   {Lines.  Pedigrees,  872.) 

SHERRARD,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  King's,  1571. 

SHERRARD  or  CHARADDE,  HENRY.  B.A.  1475-6;  M.A. 
1479-80. 

SHERRARD,  HOPE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  10, 
1620-1.  Perhaps  B.A.  1631,  'Sperantius  Sherrard.'  Living 
as  Minister  at  Providence  Island,  West  Indies,  in  1640,  and 
at  Sandwich,  Cheshire,  in  1648.  Minister  of  Melcombe 
Bingham,  Dorset,  in  1650  and  1658.  {Shaw,  1.  251;  H.  B. 
Swanzy;  Al.  Dub.) 

SHERARD,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1570; 
B.A.  1574-5.   Brother  of  William  (1570). 

SHERRAD,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1627;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634. 

SHERRARD,  JOHN.  M.B.  from  Emmanuel,  1691;  adm.  there. 
Mar.  21,  1690-1,  from  Oxford.  Of  Berkshire.  Probably  s.  of 
Richard,  of  Sutton,  Berks.  Matric.  (Balliol  College,  Oxford) 
Apr.  10,  1685,  age  18,  'Sherwood';  B.A.  (Oxford)  1688. 

SHERARD,  JOHN.  B.A.  1738  (Incorp.  from  Merton  College 
{sic),  Oxford).  2nd  s.  of  Philip,  2nd  Earl  of  Harborough. 
Matric.  (Christ  Church,  Oxford)  Oct.  20,  1731,  age  18;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1734.  Lieutenant  of  the  Yeoman  of  the  Guard, 
1736.  Barrister-at-law,  1739.  Appointed  Lieut. -Colonel  of 
the  volunteers  raised  for  the  defence  of  his  Majesty's  person 
and  government  by  the  gentlemen  of  the  law.  Died  un- 
married, Apr.  25,  1745,  aged  33.  Brother  of  Robert  (i745)- 
{Al.  Oxon.;  Nichols,  11.  335;  Collins,  iv.  187.) 

SHERRARD  (?  SHEWARD),  JOHN  CASTELL.  Adm.  pens,  at 
St  Catharine's,  1666. 

SHERRARD,  MANOAH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  1619-20. 
Matric.  Easter,  1620;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1632. 

SHERRARD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Sidney, 
Oct.  27,  1634.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  Esq.  B.  at  Loppingthorpe, 
Lines.  School,  Stamford.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1637. 
Of  Lobthorpe,  Esq.  Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  Lumley  Dewe, 
Esq.,  of  Bishop  Upton,  Herefords.  Died  Sept.  12,  1668. 
Buried  at  North  Witham.  M.I.  (His  son  John  was  created 
Bart,  in  1674.)    {Lines.  Pedigrees,  872;  Nicliols,  11.  354.) 

SHERARD,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  i,  1693. 
Of  Nottinghamshire.  Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Philip,  of  Car 
Colston  (and  Anne,  dau.  of  Robert  Thoroton,  M.D.,  of  Car 
Colston).  Matric.  1693.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  7,  1710; 
of  Car  Colston,  gent.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Reding,  of  Godeby,  Leics.  Buried  June  23,  1749.  Doubtless 
brother  of  Bennet  (1699).   (A.  B.  Beaven;  Nichols,  11.  346.) 

SHERARD,  Hon.  ROBERT.  M.A.  1745  (Incorp.  from  Merton 
College,  Oxford).  3rd  s.  of  Philip,  Earl  of  Harborough.  B. 
Oct.  1,  1719.  Matric.  (Christ  Church,  Oxford)  Dec.  13,  1737, 
age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1740;  M.A.  1743.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Feb.  27,  1742-3;  priest,  Nov.  13,  1743.  R-  of 
Teigh,  Rutland,  1743-73,  and  of  Wistow,  Hunts.,  1743-73- 
Canon  of  Salisbury,  1751-99.  Succeeded  as  4th  Earl  of 
Harborough,  Feb.  1770.  Married  (1)  Catherine,  dau.  of 
Edward  Hearst,  Esq.,  of  Salisbury;  (2)  Jane,  dau.  of  William 
Reeve,  of  Melton  Alowbray,  Leics.  Died  Apr.  21,  1799,  at 
Stapleford,  Leics.  Brother  of  John  (1738).  {Collins,  iv.  180; 
Al.  Oxon.) 

SHERARDE,  SIMON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Aug.  3, 
1572.  S.  of  Rowland,  gent.,  of  Lobthorpe,  Lincoln.  School, 
Grantham.   B.A.  1576-7;  M.A.  1580.   Living,  1616. 

SHERARD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov. 
1570;  B.A.  1574-5;  M.A.  1578.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Nov.  I577' 


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Sherrard,  William 

SHERARDE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Jan.  27, 
1615-6.  S.  of  Sir  William,  Knt.  (by  his  2nd  wife  Bridget, 
dau.  of  Sir  Kenelm  Digby,  Knt.,  of  Stoke  Dry,  Rutland). 
B.  at  Stoke,  RuUand.  School,  Oakham  (Mr  Wallis).  Matnc. 
1615-6.  {Lines.  Pedigrees,  872.) 
SHERARD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Dec. 
6,  1653.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Glatton,  Hunts.  School, 
Huntingdon  (Mr  Taylor).  Matric.  1653-4;  Scholar;  B.A. 
1657-8;  U.A.  1661.  R.  of  Glatton,  1661-90.  R.  of  Folks- 
worth,  1669-90.  Died  1690. 
SHERARD  or  SHERWOOD,  WILLIAM.  LL.B.  1685  (Incorp. 
from  St  John's  College,  Oxford).  S.  of  George,  of  Bushby, 
Leics.  B.  Feb.  27,  1659.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric. 
(St  John's  College,  Oxford)  July  3,  1677,  age  18;  B.C.L. 
1683;  D.C.L.  1694.  Travelled  abroad  and  studied  botany 
under  Toumefort  in  Paris,  c.  1686;  spent  some  time  at 
Leyden  with  Paul  Hermann,  1688.  Tutor  to  Sir  Arthur 
Rawdon,  1690-4;  tutor  to  Henry,  Duke  of  Beaufort,  c. 
1700-2.  English  Consul  at  Smyrna,  1703-17.  A  distin- 
guished botanist.  Died  Aug.  11,  1728.  Buried  at  Eltham. 
Will,  P.C.C;  of  All  Hallows,  Barking,  London.  Bequeathed 
^3000  to  found  a  chair  for  botany  at  Oxford.  (Al.  Oxon.; 
D.N.B.) 
SHERRAT,    HENRY.    Matric.   pens,  from  St   Catharine's, 

Easter,  1649  (probably  adm.  1648). 
SHERRATT  or  SHARRAT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trikity, 
July  3,  1668.  Matric.  1669;  Scholar,  1671;  B.A.  1671-2; 
M.A.  1675.  Fellow,  1674.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1676.  Ord. 
priest  (Ely)  Oct.  3,  1675.  R.  of  Draycott-le-Moors,  Staffs., 
1678.  R.  of  Glenfield,  Leics.,  1701-22.  Canon  and  precentor 
of  Brecon,  1713. 
SHERRATT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  May  21, 
1703.  Only  s.  of  Thomas,  leather  merchant,  of  Newport, 
Salop.  School,  Newport  (Mr  Edwards).  Matric.  1703;  B.A. 
1706-7. 
SHERRATT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  July  3, 
1728.  S.  of  Simeon.  B.  at  Park-lane,  Staffs.  School, 
Cheddleton  (Mr  Slade).  Matric.  1728;  Scholar,  1729;  B.A. 
1731-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  Dec.  1732;  priest,  Sept.  1733. 
V.  of  Biddulph,  Stags.,  1733.  Buried  at  Endon,  1739. 
(Peile,  11.  218.) 

SHERSHAW, .   B.A.  1483-4- 

SHERSON    or    SHIERSON,    WILLIAM.     Matric.    sizar    from 
Christ's,  Lent,  1705-6;  B.A.  1708-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Dec.  24,  1710;  'C.  of  Ickleford  with  Pirton,  Herts.'    Signs 
as  minister  at  Holwell,  Beds.,  1711-20.   Master  of  Bunting- 
ford  School,   Herts.,   1728;   there  in   1740.    Father  of  the 
next.   {Peile,  11.  162.) 
SHERSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  June  25, 
1739.    S.  of  William  (above).    B.  at  Bimtingford,   Herts. 
School,   Buntingford   (his  father).    Scholar,    1739;   Matric. 
1740;  B.A.  1743-4- 
SHERSTON,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1573- 
Of  Nottinghamshire.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1577-8;  M.A.  1581. 
Schoolmaster  at  Swavesey,  Cambs.,  i577-  V.  of  Lockington, 
Leics.,  1583. 
SHERSTON,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Jan.  23,   1700-1. 
B.  at  Yeovil,  Somerset.    Matric.  1702-3;  B.A.  1704;  M.A. 
1708.   Ord.  deacon  (London)  Jan.  6,  1705-6;  priest,  Dec.  19, 
1708. 
SHERWELL  or  CHERWELL,  HUMPHREY.  Matric.  pens,  from 
St  John's,  Lent,  1580-1.  B.  at  St  Chad,  Salop.  B.A.  1584-5. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Nov.  3,  1586,  age  24. 
SHEHWELL  or  SHARWELL,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at 
Magdalene,   May  7,   1660.    S.  of  Nehemiah,  of  London. 
School,   Charterhouse.     Matric.   1660;   B.A.    1663-4;    M.A. 
1667.   Signed  for  priest's  orders  (London)  Feb.  17,  1664-5. 
R.  of  Little  Hallingbury,  Essex,  1669-1710.    Buried  there 
Oct.  31,  1710.   Will,  Comm.  Essex.   Father  of  the  next. 
SHERWILL,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Apr.  8,  1690. 
S.   of  John   (above).    B.   at   Hallingbury,   Essex.    School, 
Felsted.    Matric.  1690;  Scholar,  1690;  B.A.   1693-4;   M.A. 
1697;  D.D.  1717.  .Fellow,  1695-1712.    Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1700.    Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  June,   1696;  priest,  June,   1698. 
V.  of  Madingley,  Cambs.,  1710.   R.  of  Anstey,  Herts.,  1711- 
40.   Author,  sermons.   Died  July  23,  1740,  aged  66.   M.I.  at 
Anstey.   {Peile,  11.  116.) 
SHERWIN,  HERBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (perhaps  age  16)  at  Peter- 
house,    Apr.    20,    1659.     Of    Hertford.     School,    Hitchin. 
Matric.  1659;  Scholar,  1662;  B.A.  1662-3;  M.A.  1666. 
SHERWYN,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1583;  B.A.  1586-7;  M.A.  1590.    R.  of  Ickburgh,  Norfolk, 
1604-5.     R.   of   Beachamwell,    1604-13.     R.   of   Oxburgh, 
1607-41.   V.  of  Stow  Bardolph,  1616.    Died  1641.    {Blome- 
field,  II.  238;  VI.  192.) 


Sherwood,  John 

SHERWIN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June 
29,  1698.  S.  of  Francis,  deceased,  of  Uttoxeter,  Staffs. 
School,  Uttoxeter  (Mr  Boquet).  Matric.  1699;  Scholar,  1702; 
B.A. 1702-3;  M.A.  1711. 
SHERWIN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Feb.  14, 
1699-1700.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Leicester.  School,  Leicester 
(Mr  Thomas). 
SHERWIN,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  18, 
1672.  S.  of  Nicholas.  B.  at  Leicester.  School,  Leicester. 
Matric.  1672-3;  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679-  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1677;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1680.  Perhaps 
schoolmaster  of  Higham  Ferrers,  Northants.,  1676.  R.  of 
Kettering,  1680-4.  V.  of  St  Margaret's,  Leicester,  1683-90. 
V.  of  Knighton,  1683-90.  Father  of  the  next. 
SHERWIN,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  12,  1699.  Of 
Northamptonshire.  S.  of  Samuel  (above),  R.  of  Kettering. 
Matric.  1699-1700.  Probably  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1703-4 
(not  recorded  in  the  Trinity  Register).  Ord.  priest  (Lincohi) 
May  19,  1706.  V.  of  Sileby,  Leics.,  1707-30.  Died  Mar.  21, 
1730.  (A.  Gray;  Nichols,  Leics.,  iii.  424-) 
SHERWIN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1624.  Of  Nottinghamshire.  B.  1607.  Migrated  to  Queens', 
Apr.  1625.  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
May  30;  priest.  May  31,  1630.  R.  of  Wallington,  Herts., 
1650-60,  ejected.  R.  of  Baldock.  Author,  theological.  Died 
at  Fowlmere,  Cambridge,  c.  1687.  Father  of  William,  the 
engraver  (for  whom  see  D.N.B.). 

SHERWIN, .   B.D.  1472-3.   A  friar.  D.D.  1474-5- 

SHERWIN, .  B.Can.L.  1476-7. 

SHERWIN, .   B.Can.L.  1482-3. 

SHERWOOD,  ADAM,  see  ISHERWOOD. 

SHERWOOD,  CHRISTIAN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  27, 
1615.  B.  in  Thurlaston,  Leics.  Matric.  1615;  B.A.  1619-20; 
D.D.  (Oxford)  1642.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  24,  1620, 
age  25.  Schoolmaster  at  St  Antholin's,  London.  V.  of 
St  Oswald,  Durham,  1631.  R.  of  Bishop  Wearmouth,  1644-6, 
ejected.  Died  1652. 
SHERWOOD,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse, 
Easter,  1622.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1625-6;  Scholar,  1626; 
M.A.  1629.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1627;  priest  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  25,  1636  (not  the  Oxford  D.D.  as  supposed  in  Al. 
Oxon.).  Master  of  Beverley  School,  in  1652,  and  assistant  in 
the  Minster.  Buried  there  July  22,  1669.  Father  of  the 
next  and  of  Thomas  (1660). 
SHEREWOOD,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  20,  1668.  Doubtless  s.  of  Francis  (above).  B.  at 
Beverley.  Matric.  1668;  B.A.  1671-2.  V.  of  Waghen,  Yorks., 
1682-91.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1660). 
SHERWOOD,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
July  I,  1730.  S.  of  James,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at  Beverley. 
School,  Beverley  (Mr  Jefferson).  Matric.  1730;  B.A.  1733-4- 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June,  i734;  priest,  Oct.  17:5.  One 
of  these  names  R.  of  Flowton,  Suffolk,  1758-69- 
SHERWOOD  or  SHIRWOOD,  JOHN.  Incorp.  1460-1.  Prob- 
ably the  '  M.A.  and  B.D.  of  Cambridge,'  who  was  incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1449-50  and  1454  {Oxford  Reg.,  i.  9),  now  reincorp. 
Perhaps  Proctor,  1450-1.  Edward  IV's  advocate  at  Rome. 
Chancellor  of  Exeter,  1460.  Archdeacon  of  Richmond, 
1465-84.  Master  of  St  Edmund's  Hospital,  Gateshead,  1467. 
Preb.  of  York,  1471-84.  Bishop  of  Durham,  1484-94. 
Partisan  of  Richard  III.  Visited  the  Court  of  Burgundy  to 
further  the  interests  of  the  House  of  York;  proceeded  thence 
to  Rome.  Died  there  Jan.  12,  1493-4-  Buried  in  the  English 
College.  {D.N. P.,  where  the  identification  with  the  Cam- 
bridge contemporary  is  considered  improbable.) 
SHERWOOD,    JOHN.     Matric.    pens,    from    St   Catharine's, 

Michs.  1587;  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1588-9. 
SHERWOOD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  26,  1612. 

Matric.  1612. 
SHERWOOD,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Feb. 
20,  1621-2.    S.  of  John,  'medicus.'    B.  at  Brome,  Suffolk. 
Perhaps  adm.  at  Leyden,  June  22,  1633;  of  Norwich. 
SHERWOOD,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  11, 
1641.    S.  of  John,  gent.,  deceased,  of  Hoxne,  Suffolk.    B. 
there.    School,  Hoxne   (Mr  Hall).    Matric.   1641;  Scholar, 
1643-6; B.A.  1644-5. 
SHERWOOD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  June  17, 
1656.    S.  of  Thomas.    Matric.   1656;  Scholar,   1659;  B.A. 
1659-60;  M.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1663.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse, 
1663-5.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1680.    R.  of  St  Martin  Orgar, 
London,    1666-80.     R.    of    North    Repps,    Norfolk,    1669. 
Chaplain  to  Lord  Wotton.   Died  1680.   Will  proved  (P.C.C.) 
Dec.  20,  1680.   {Peile,  1.  572;  T.  A.  Walker.) 
SHERWOOD,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  16,  1660. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.   Matric.  1662. 


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Sherwood,  Joseph 

SHERWOOD,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i8)  at  Christ's, 
July  6,  1647.  S.  of  Joseph,  V.  of  St  Hilary,  Cornwall.  B.  at 
Truro.  School,  Plymouth  (Mr  Fowler).  B.A.  1650.  'V.  of 
St  Hilary,  1646;  ejected,  1660.  Afterwards  preacher  at 
St  Ives  and  Penzance.  Imprisoned  at  Launceston.  Died 
c.  1705.'  So  Peile,  i.  516,  who  apparently  confuses  the  son 
with  the  father.   (Calamy,  i.  276.) 

SHERWOOD,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 
May  19,  1710.  S.  of  Joseph,  gent.  B.  in  London.  Matric. 
1710.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  3,  1709-10.  Called 
to  the  Bar,  1715. 

SHERWOOD,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1610.  Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1613;  M.A.  1617.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  24;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1615.  R.  of  Earsham, 
Norfolk,  1618-43,  ejected,  but  restored.  Died  Apr.  19,  1671. 

SHERWOOD,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
July  6,  1633.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman,  of  Massam,  Notts. 
B.  there.  School,  Hougham,  Lines,  (private). 

SHERWOOD,  PAUL.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1620;  B.A.  1623-4.  V,  of  Raddjffe-on-Trent,  Notts.,  1633-8. 

SHERWOOD,  PHILIP.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1554.  Of  Walkington,  Yorks.  B.A.  1557-8.  Fellow,  1558. 
Probably  arrived  at  Rheims,  1570;  'of  Yorks.'  Ord.  priest 
(R.C.)  before  1573.  Sent  to  England,  1575;  e.xiled  from 
Yorkshire.   (Douay  Diary.) 

SHERWOOD,  RALPH.  B.A.  1528-9;  M.A.  1532-  Fellow  of 
St  John's.  Will  (V.C.C.)  1550. 

SHERWOOD,  REUBEN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1558.  S.  of  William  (1521-2).  B.  at  Over,  Cambs.,  1542. 
Matric.  1558;  B.A,  1562-3;  M.A.  1566;  M.D.  1581.  Fellow, 
1561-71.  Proctor,  1569-70.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1566.  Head 
Master  of  Eton,  1571-80.  Candidate  R.C. P.,  1584;  after- 
wards Fellow.  Practised  as  a  physician  at  Bath.  Buried  in  the 
Abbey  Church,  July  24,  1599.  (Cooper,  u.  269;  Munk,  i.  98.) 

SHERWOOD,  RICHARD.   B.A.  1465-6. 

SHERWOOD,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1581.  B.  at  Wiston,  Suffolk.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Feb.  24,  1585-6;  'B.A.';  age  24. 

SHERWOOD,  RICHARD.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Trinity 
Hall,  Michs.  1683. 

SHERWOOD,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1622.  B.  in  Norfolk.  B.A.  1625-6.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Dec.  23,  1632.  Removed  to  London  where  he 
set  up  a  school  in  St  Sepulchre's  churchyard.  Compiled 
a  French-English  dictionary  to  be  appended  to  the  new 
English-French  dictionary  of  Handle  Cotgrave.  {D.N.B.) 

SHERWOOD,  SAMPSON.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  c.  May, 
1647.  S.  of  James.  B.  at  Bushby,  Leics.  Schools,  Scraptoft 
(Mr  Jones)  and  Thumby  (Ferdinand  Burridge).  Matric. 
1647;  Scholar,  1650-2;  B.A.  1650-1. 

SHERWOOD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Clare,  Michs. 
1585. 

SHEREWOOD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  21,  1660.  S.  of  Francis  (1622),  of  Kirkby-Wharfe, 
Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Beverley  (his  father).  Matric. 
1660;  B.A.  1663-4;  M.A.  1667.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1671.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Sept.;  priest,  Nov.  1664.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Combe  St  Nicholas,  Somerset,  1671-8.  V.  of  Eccles,  Lanes., 
1671-8.  Brother  of  James  (1668). 

SHERWOOD,  TUTHILL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1684. 
Of  Norfolk.   Matric.  1684;  B.A.  1687-8;  M.A.  1691. 

SHERWOOD,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1521-2.  Of  Durham.  M.A. 
1525.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1524.  Esquire  Bedell,  1529-49; 
retired  on  pension.   (Stokes,  Bedells,  76.) 

SHERWOOD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1569. 

SHERWOOD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c. 
1597;  B.A.  1601-2;  M.A.  1605.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1609. 

SHERWOOD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter, 
1607. 

SHERWOOD, .  B.A.  1507-8;  M.A.  1511.  Preacher,  1514-5. 

Perhaps  Robert,  V.  of  Swavesey,  Cambs.,  1516.    One 

Sherwood  was  at  King's  Hall,  1525-8.  But  see  the  next. 

SHERWOOD,  .    Incorp.  D.D.   1525-6.    Possibly  Robert, 

a  student  at  Oxford  and  at  Loraine,  in  Brabant,  where  he 
read  the  Hebrew  lecture  in  1520.  One  Robert  Sherwood, 
D.D.,  was  R.  of  St  Mildred,  Bread  Street,  London,  1526-36. 
Another  of  these  names  (possibly  the  same)  was  R.  of 
Marston  Sicca,  Gloucs.,  1532-53,  but  was  not  resident  in 
Gloucester  diocese;  a  pluralist.   (F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

SHERWOOD, .   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1544. 

SHETHER,JOHN.  B.A.  1521-2;  M.A.  1525-  Fellow  of  Christ's, 
1526-30.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1539-40.  B.D.  (Oxford)  1539- 
40.  R.  of  St  Mary  Woolnoth,  London,  1538-49-    Died  1549. 

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Shillitoe,  Benjamin 
shether,  robert.  b.a.  1512-3;  m.a.  1516-7;  b.d.  1524-5. 

FellowofPETERHOusE,  1517-29.  Bursar,  1522-8.  University 
preacher,  1521-2.  V.  of  Hendon,  Middlesex,  1528-57.  V.  of 
Henham,  Essex,  1531-2.  V.  of  Gt  Waltham,  1533-57.  V.  of 
Bumham,  1535-57.  Died  Feb.  i6,  1557.  M.l.  (now  lost). 
Will,  Comm.  Essex. 

SHETHER  or  SHEATHER,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  Clare,  1604- 
5.  B.  at  Lavenham,  Suffolk.  M.A.  1608,  Sheathey.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Dec.  22,  161 1,  age  26;  priest,  Mar.  8, 
1611-2.  C.  of  Frinton,  Essex,  1616. 

SHETTERDEN,  THOMAS,  see  DRAX. 

SHEVILLERE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Oct.  3, 
1579,  as  Chevalier.  S.  of  Anthony  Rodolph  (Chevalier). 
Matric.  1579;  Scholar,  1580-3;  B.A.  1582-3,  Cevalerius. 
See  Cevalerius,  Vol.  i. 

SHEWARD,  JOHN  CASTELL,  see  SHERRARD. 

SHEWE,  ROBERT,  see  SHAW. 

SHEWEL,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  26, 
1712.  S.  of  Abraham,  surgeon,  of  London.  School,  St  Paul's. 
Matric.  1715;  B.A.  1715-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  25,  1716; 
priest  (Norwich)  July,  1718.  R.  of  Ashby,  Suffolk,  1726-57. 
R.  of  Gunton,  1729-57.   R.  of  Corton,  1745-57. 

SHEYN,  MATTHEW.  Educated  at  Peterhouse.  LL.B.  1556-7, 
as  Seyn.  Of  Ireland.  Bishop  of  Cork  and  Cloyne,  1572. 
Died  June  13,  1582.   {Cooper,  i.  455.) 

SHIELD,  see  SHEILD. 

SHIERCLIFFE  or  SHIRTLIFFE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  at 
Trinity,  Mar.  21,  1667-8.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of 
Whitley  Hall,  Ecclesfield,  Yorks.  B.  Sept.  i,  1650.  Matric. 
1668;  Scholar,  1671;  B.A.  1671-2.  Of  Whitley  Hall,  M.D. 
Married  Mary,  dau.  of  John  Ibbotson,  of  Bradfield.  Died 
Jan.  12,  1684-5.  Buried  at  Ecclesfield.  Probably  brother 
of  Samuel  (1672).   (Eastwood,  Ecclesfield,  422.) 

SHEIRCLIFFE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's, 
July  2,  1708.  Probably  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Thumscoe,  Yorks. 
Bapt.  June  24,  1689.  Matric.  1708.  Buried  Mar.  i,  1712. 
(Hunter,  Hallamshire,  447.) 

SHIERCLIFFE  or  SHERCLIFF,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17) 
at  St  John's,  June  10,  1672.  3rd  s.  of  Thomas,  deceased, 
of  Whitley  Hall,  Ecclesfield,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School, 
Manchester.  Matric.  1673;  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679.  Prob- 
ably adm.  at  Leyden,  June  8,  1682;  of  Yorkshire.  Living, 
1685.  Dead  before  1696.  Probably  brother  of  Nicholas 
(1667-8).  (For  variations  in  the  spelling  of  the  name  Shier- 
cliffe,  see  Eastwood,  425.)  (Hunter,  Hallamshire,  446;  East- 
wood, Ecclesfield.) 

SHIERCLIFFE  or  SHERCLIFT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from 
Trinity,  Easter,  1625.  Probably  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Eccles- 
field, Yorks.  Bapt.  there,  Aug.  21,  1606.  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A. 
1632.  Of  Whiteley  Hall,  Ecclesfield,  and  of  Creswick.  Died 
s.p.,  July  27,  1648.  Buried  at  Ecclesfield.  WiU  (P.C.C.) 
1648-9.   (Hunter,  Hallamshire,  446.) 

SHIERS,  see  SHEARS. 

SHILLBORNE,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Nov.  I,  1712.  S.  of  Anthony,  barber.  B.  at  Cambridge. 
School,  King's  (Mr  Baker).  Matric.  1712;  B.A.  from  King's, 
1716-7;  M.A.  1721.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  17,  1716-7- 
Chaplain  at  King's. 

SHILBORNE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1618.  S.  of  Ralph,  yeoman.  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624.  V.  of 
Grendon,  Northants.,  1625.  Buried  there  Feb.  16,  1655-6. 
M.I.   Will,  P.C.C. 

SHILBORNE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1568;  scholar  from  Westminster;  B.A.  1571-2;  M.A.  1575- 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1579.  V.  of  Cookham,  Berks.,  i575-  R- of 
Pangboume,  1578.  Admon.  (Archd.  Berks.)  1595.  {Al. 
Oxon.) 

SHILBORNE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1623. 

SHILBORNE, -.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1629-30. 

SHILES,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Nov.  16,  1629.  Of 
Devon.   Matric.  1629. 

SHILLING,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  22, 
1644.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Hoveton,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Norwich  (Mr  Lovering).  Matric.  1644;  Scholar, 
1644-8;  B.A.  1647-8.  Ord.  priest  (Bishop  of  Down)  Mar.  20, 
1648-9.  R.  of  Smallburgh,  Norfolk,  1659-81.  V.  of  Stalham, 
1661-81.  C.  of  Ashmanhaugh,  1661.  Buried  Apr.  6,  1681, 
at  Smallburgh.   (Veftn,  i.  353.) 

SHILLITOE,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  NUgdalene, 
May  ^8,  1675.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Whitwood,  Yorks.,  deceased. 
Bapt.  at  Featherstone,  July  13,  1657.  School,  Wakefield. 
Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1678-9;  U.\.  1685.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Dec.  1679;  priest,  Dec.  1680.  C.  at  Methley,  Yorks.  Buried 
there  Feb.  15,  1708-9.  Admon.,  Feb.  21,  1708-9.  (M.  H. 
Peacock.) 


Shillitoe,  Edward 

SHILLETO,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1632;  B.A.  1637-8. 

SHILLETO,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Apr.  5,  1738.  S.  of 
John,  of  Yorkshire.  School,  Beverley  (Mr  Clarke).  Matric. 
1738.  Migrated  to  Trinity,  Jan.  19,  1738-9.  Scholar,  1741; 
B.A.  1741-2;  M.A.  1752.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  14, 
1741-2;  priest  (York)  Sept.  25,  1743.  V.  of  Headon,  Notts., 
1744;  R.  there,  1760-92.  Died  Aug.  1792.  (G.  Mag.;  Peile,  n. 
236.) 

SHILITOE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  20,  1677. 
Of  Yorkshire.   Matric.  1678. 

SHILLETO,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1552.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1555-6;  M.A.  1559.  Fellow,  1556. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  1556-7. 

SHILLITON,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent, 
1626-7. 

SHILTON,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  May  26, 

1669.  S.  of  Joseph.  B.  at  Shustoke,  Warws.  School,  Burton- 
on-Trent  (Mr  Hazard).  Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672.  Probably 
Head  Master  of  Burton  School,  c.  1697.  (Peile,  11.  22- 
23-) 

SHINCKFIELD,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  c.  19)  at  Caius, 
July  8,  1622.  S.  of  Robert,  husbandman,  of  Methwold, 
Norfolk.  School,  Methwold  (Mr  Brundish). 

SHINE,  CHARLES.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1611. 

SHYNE,  ROBERT.  B.A.  1562-3. 

SHIPPE,  ISAAC.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Aug.  5,  1652. 
S.  and  h.  of  Matthew,  tailor,  of  London.  B.  in  the  parish 
of  St  Andrew,  Holbom.  School,  Winchester.  Matric.  1652; 
Scholar,  1653-4;  B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1656-7;  M.A.  1660. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  19,  1658.   {Venn,  1.  385.) 

SHIP,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  11,  1662- 
3.    Of  Cambridgeshire.    Matric.   1665;  B.A.   1666-7;  M.A. 

1670.  Fellow,  1670-85.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  May  29,  1670. 
V.  of  Wethersfield,  Essex,  1684-1700.  Died  1700.  Admon., 
P.C.C. 

SHIPPE,  SAMUEL,  see  SHEPPY. 

SHIPDHAM,  ALEXANDER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus 
Christi,  Easter,  1618.  Of  Norwich.  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A. 
1624.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich)  Dec.  19,  1624. 
V.  of  Ilketshall  St  Margaret,  Suffolk,  1625;  perhaps  ejected 
during  the  troubles.  R.  of  Walsham  St  Mary,  Norfolk,  1632. 
R.  of  Hainford,  1643.   R-  of  Blofield,  1646. 

SHIPDEN  or  SHIPDHAM,  ISRAEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at 
Caius,  Apr.  24,  1633.  S.  of  Richard,  goldsmith.  Bapt.  Sept. 
8,  1616,  at  St  Peter  Mancroft,  Norwich.  School,  Norwich 
(Mr  Brigges).  Scholar,  1633-40;  Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1636-7; 
M.A.  1640.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June  12,  1642;  C.  of 
St  Lawrence,  Norwich.  V.  of  Swaffham  Bulbeck,  Cambs., 
1645-8.  V.  of  Swaffham  Market,  Norfolk,  1648-55.  Perhaps 
minister  at  Nayland,  Suffolk,  c.  1655.  V.  of  Foulden,  Norfolk, 
1660.  Licensed  to  teach  grammar  and  to  preach  at  Funden- 
hall  and  elsewhere  in  the  diocese,  June  13,  1661.  Licensed 
to  be  an  Independent  Trier  in  the  house  of  Matthias  Elsgood, 
at  O.xwick,  Norfolk,  June  29,  1672.  Buried  at  Beetley, 
Sept.  24,  1683.   {Venn,  1.  311.) 

SHIPDEM, .    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  1664.    Of 

Cambridgeshire. 

SHIPDEN,  JOHN  DE.  M.A.  Of  Norwich  diocese.  Fellow  of 
Peterhouse,  in  1331.  Proctor,  1330-1.  Reservation  of  a 
benefice.   {Papal  Letters,  11.) 

SHIPLEY,  see  also  SHEPLEY. 

SHIPLEY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  16, 
1631.  S.  of  John,  embroiderer.  B.  Oct.  8,  1614,  in  London. 
Schools,  Merchant  Taylors'  and  Perse,  Cambridge.  Matric. 
1631. 

SHIPLEY,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  22 
1678.  S.  of  John,  clothier.  B.  Dec.  22,  1662,  at  Leeds 
Yorks.  School,  Leeds  (Mr  Gilbert).  Matric.  1678;  B.A 
i68i-2.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Mar.  4,  1682-3;  priest,  Dec 
1683.  C.  of  Wetherby  and  of  Spofforth,  Yorks.  C.  of  Hoi 
beck,  Leeds,  1686.  Died  in  Leeds,  Aug.  6,  1690.  (R.  J 
Wood.) 

SHIPLEY,  LOVE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  10,  1723. 
S.  of  Francis,  of  Downham  Market,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Bexwell  (private).  Matric.  1723;  Scholar,  1724-30; 
B.A.  1726-7;  M.A.  1730.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  2, 
1728-9;  priest.  Mar.  5,  1731-2.  R.  of  Snoring,  Norfolk, 
1744-73-  V.  of  Stradset,  1745-73-  V.  of  Shouldham 
Thorpe.  Married  Penelope  Clarges.  Died  Oct.  30,  1773. 
WiU  proved  (Norwich  C.C.)  1773.   {Venn,  11.  18.) 


Shipton,  John 

SHIPMAN,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Caius, 
May  1,  1624,  after  travelling  three  years  in  France.  S.  of 
WiUiam,  gent.,  of  London.  School,  Westminster.  Probably 
identical  with  Sir  Abraham  Shipman.  If  so,  knighted  by 
Charles  I.  In  command  of  a  troop  sent  to  Edinburgh  Castle 
in  the  King's  service,  Jan.  1639-40.  At  Chester,  Sept.  1643; 
in  the  garrison  at  Pendennis  Castle,  Apr  .-June,  1644. 
Commodore  of  a  naval  force  despatched  to  Bombay  to  re- 
quire the  transfer  of  that  settlement  to  England  according 
to  the  terms  of  the  marriage  treaty  of  Charles  II,  1662. 
Named  in  the  King's  Commission  to  be  governor  of  Bombay. 
The  Portuguese  Governor  refused  to  surrender  and  the  troops 
were  eventually  landed  on  the  island  of  Anjadiva.  Married 
Marie,  dau.  of  Montagu,  afterwards  Earl  of  Lindsay.  Died 
Apr.  6,  1664,  soon  after  his  return  from  Anjadiva.  Will 
proved  (P.C.C.)  July  18,  1665.  {N.  and  Q.,  1st  S.,  vi.  419; 
10th  S.,  III.  197.) 

SHIPMAN,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1681.  Doubtless  s.  of  John,  of  Fairford,  Gloucs.,  clerk. 
B.  there.  Matric.  Easter,  1682;  B.A.  1685-6;  M.A.  1689. 
Fellow.  R.  of  Toft,  Norfolk,  1717-50.  R.  of  Haddiscoe, 
1739-50.  R.  of  Leasingham,  1739.  Died  1750,  aged  93  {sic). 
(Possibly  father  and  son  have  been  confused.)  {Harwood; 
Blomefield,  viii.  63.) 

SHIPMAN,  BENJAMIN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Lent, 
1718-9.  Doubtless  s.  of  Benjamin  (above).  B.A.  1722.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1722-3;  priest,  Sept.  1724. 

SHIPMAN,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1726; 
B.A.  1729-30.   V.  of  Westleton,  Suffolk,  1737. 

SHIPMAN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1627. 
Probably  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Scarrington,  Notts.  Bapt.  there, 
Apr.  24,  1608.  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1635.  R.  of  Treswell 
(W.  mediety),  Notts.,  1636.  Living,  1653.  {Genealogist, 
N.S.,iii.  156.) 

SHIPMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  i, 
1651.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Scarrington,  Notts.  Bapt. 
there,  Nov.  8,  1632.  School,  Sleaford.  Matric.  1651.  A 
captain  of  trained  bands  for  his  county.  A  friend  of  Abraham 
Cowley.  Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  John  Trafford,  of  Dun  ton, 
Lines.  Royalist  poet.  Buried  at  Scarrington,  Oct.  15,  1680. 
(D.N.B.;  Godfrey,  Nottinghamshire  Churches,  350.) 

SHIPMAN,  TRAFFORD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare,  June  23, 
1736.  S.  and  h.  of  William,  of  Scarrington,  Notts.  B.  Feb. 
28,  1718-9,  at  Warsop,  Notts.  Of  Mansfield.  Married  Mary, 
dau.  of  Christopher  Reynoldson  of  Askrigg,  Yorks.,  Apr.  26, 
1739.  Living,  1742.   {Genealogist,  N.S.,  in.  158.) 

SHIPPEN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  26, 
1691,  from  Oxford.  Matric.  (Brasenose  College,  Oxford) 
July  16,  1687.  S.  of  William,  clerk,  of  Stockport.  Bapt. 
July  30,  16/3,  at  Prestbury,  Cheshire.  Schools,  Stockport 
(Roger  Dale)  and  Westminster.  Matric.  1691-2;  Scholar, 
1692;  B.A.  1694-5.  Barrister,  Middle  Temple,  1693.  M.P. 
for  Bramber,  1707-9,  1710-13;  for  Saltash,  1713-5;  for 
Newton,  Lanes.,  1715-43.  Parliamentary  Jacobite.  Died 
May  I,  1743.  Buried  in  St  Andrew's,  Holbom.  Will,  P.C.C. 
{D.N.B.;  Al.  Westmon.,  220;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SHIPPERDSON,  see  SHEPHERDSON. 

SHIPSEA,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1610; 
B.A.  1613-4;  M.A.  1617;  D.D.  1630.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
June  4,  1615;  priest.  May  29,  1619.  R.  of  Saxby,  Lines., 
1619-35.  R.  of  Dunsfold,  Surrey,  1633-52.  Buried 
there  Feb.  24,  1651-2.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1652.  (H.  G. 
Harrison.) 

SHIPTON,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  13,  1507.  Of  Nun  Monkton,  Yorks.  B.A.  1511-2; 
M.A.  1515.  Fellow,  1510-9.  Elected  Proctor,  but  died,  1519. 

SHIPTON,  ARTHUR.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  17, 
1665.  S.  of  Arthur,  yeoman,  of  Wilnecote,  Warws.  B.  there. 
School,  Tamworth.  Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1672. 
R.  of  Drayton  Bassett,  Staffs.,  1673-1722.  Buried  there 
June  23,  1722.   {Shaw,  11.  10.) 

SHIPTON,  HARMAR.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  c.  1666-7. 

SHIPTON  or  SKIPTON,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  May  28, 
1619.  Possibly  s.  of  James,  of  Nackington,  Kent.  B.  in  Kent. 
Matric.  1619;  B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.  C.  of  Kingston,  Kent, 
1633-6.  C.  of  Adisham,  1636.  V.  of  Patrixboume,  1659. 
V.  of  St  Peter's,  Isle  of  Thanet,  1662-5.  Married  Joan,  dau. 
of  William  Master,  D.D.,  Preb.  of  Canterbury.  Died  1665, 
aged  63.   (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  iv.  113;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

SHIPTON,  JAMES.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  May  7, 

1687.    S.  of  James,  of  London.    School,  St  Paul's.    Matric. 

1687;  Scholar,  1689;  B.A.  1690-1;  M.A.  1694.    Brother  of 

Richard  (i686). 
SHIPTON,  JOHN.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  13, 

1604.  Matric.  1604;  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  1611. 


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SHIPTON,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  Nov. 
15,  1728;  'Grecian'  from  Christ's  Hospital.  Of  Romford, 
Essex.  S.  of  Peter,  citizen  and  glazier.  Matric.  1728; 
Scholar,  1728;  B.A.  1732-3;  M.A.  1736.  Fellow,  1734-42. 
Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  22,  1734.  Under  master  at  Christ's 
Hospital,  1737-43- 

SHIPTON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  12, 
1686.  S.  of  James,  of  London.  School,  Westminster.  Matric. 
1686-7;  Scholar,  1687;  B.A.  1689-90.  Drowned  in  the  Cam, 
July  7,  1692.  Buried  at  All  Saints',  Cambridge.  Brother  of 
James  (1687). 

SHIPTON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  21, 
1665.  S.  of  Robert,  husbandman,  of  Longdon.  B.  in  Stafford- 
shire. School,  Lichfield.  Matric.  1665;  B.A.  i668-g;  M.A. 
1674.   Father  of  Thomas  (1701). 

SHIPTON,  SAMUEL.  M.A.  1632  (Incorp.  from  O.xford).  S.  of 
Edward,  R.  of  Alderley,  Cheshire.  Matric.  ^AI1  Souls, 
Oxford)  Oct.  31,  1623,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1626;  M.A. 
1629.  R.  of  Alderley,  Cheshire,  1630-43  and  1660-70.  Died 
Aug.  7,  1670,  aged  64.  Possibly  brother  of  the  next.  {Al. 
Oxon.;  Staffs.  Pedigrees.) 

SHIPTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  27,  1622. 
Possibly  s.  and  h.  of  Edward,  R.  of  .\lderley,  Cheshire. 
Matric.  1622.  Perhaps  of  Ashley,  Staffs.  (Vis.  of  Staffs. 
1 664-1 700.) 

SHIPTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  21, 
1701.  S.  of  Robert  (1665),  clerk.  B.  at  Hamstall-Ridware, 
Staffs.  School,  Burton-on-Trent.  Matric.  1702-3;  B.A. 
1704-5; M.A.  1714. 

SHIPTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  30,  1710.  B.  in 
Derbyshire,  1691.  Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1713-4.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  Mar.  17,  1716-7. 

SHIPTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  28,  1657. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Lythe,  Yorks.,  gent.  Matric.  1657.  Migrated 
to  Magdalene,  Apr.  6,  1659.  B.A.  1660-1;  M.A.  1664.  Ord. 
priest  (Lincoln)  May  27,  1661;  'C.  of  Lythe,  Yorks.'  V.  of 
Escrick,  1663-72.  V.  of  Lythe,  1664.  (Perhaps  identical 
with  the  poet  of  these  names  for  whom  see  D.N.B.) 

SHIPWARK,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1603. 

SHIPWRIGHT, .   M.Gram.  1502-3. 

SHIRLEY  or  SHYRLEY,  ED.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs. 
1566.  Perhaps  Edward,  3rd  s.  of  Edward,  of  Isfield,  Sussex. 
Probably  brother  of  John  (1562).  (Vis.  of  Sussex,  1530, 
1633-4-) 

SHEARLEY  or  SHEERLEY,  GEORGE.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from 
Clare,  Michs.  1587.  Probably  2nd  s.  of  Thomas  (1561),  of 
Isfield,  Sussex,  and  nephew  of  John  (1562).  B.  1569.  Adm. 
at  the  Middle  Temple,  Oct.  10,  1588.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1597. 
Autumn  reader,  1615.  Bencher,  1 615.  Serjeant-at-law,  1620. 
Lord  Chief  Justice  of  the  K.B.,  Ireland.  Knighted,  Mar.  2, 
1619-20.  Died  Oct.  15,  1647.  Buried  at  Isfield.  M.I.  Doubt- 
less father  of  Henry  (1631).  (Middle  Temple  Bench  Book; 
Vis.  of  Sussex.) 

SHERLEY,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1623; 
Scholar,  1627;  B.A.  1627-8. 

SHERLEY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  16, 
1631.  S.  of  Sir  George  (1587),  Knt.,  Chief  Justice  of  Ireland. 
B.  at  BrightUng,  Sussex.  School,  Westminster.  Migrated 
to  Trinity.  Matric.  there  Michs.  1631;  Scholar,  1634;  B.A. 
1635-6;  M.A.  1639.   Fellow  of  Trinity,  1637. 

SHIRLEY,  JAMES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1615.  Previously  adm.  at  St  John's  College,  Oxford.  Prob- 
ably s.  of  James  ('Sharhe'),  of  London.  Bapt.  Sept.  7,  1596, 
at  St  Mary  Woolchurch.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  B.A. 
1617.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (London)  Sept.  19, 1619,  age  24. 
Master  of  St  Albans  School,  1623-5.  Afterwards  a  Romanist. 
Moved  to  London,  where  (according  to  Wood)  'he  lived  in 
Gray's  Inn  and  set  up  for  a  play-maker.'  Suffered  during 
the  Great  Fire  of  London,  privations  in  escaping  which  are 
said  to  have  caused  the  death  of  his  wife  and  himself.  They 
were  buried  Oct.  29,  i666,  at  St  Giles-in-the-Fields.  'The 
last  of  the  Elizabethan  dramatists.'  For  an  account  of  his 
works  see  D.N.B.  (Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

SHURLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1562.  Probably  2nd  s.  of  Edward,  of  Isfield,  Sussex,  Esq. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Aug.  5,  1565,  from  Clifford's 
Inn.  Bencher,  1588.  Treasurer,  1601.  Serjeant,  1603.  Of 
Lewes,  Sussex.  Married  Frances,  dau.  of  Henry  CapeU,  of 
Hadham,  Herts.  Buried  at  Isfield,  Oct.  26,  1611  (?  1616). 
Probably  brother  of  Thomas  (1561).  (Middle  Temple  Bench 
Book;  Horsfield,  Lewes.) 

SHIRLEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  22, 
1709.  S.  of  Arthur,  of  Hilton,  Derbs.  School,  Uttoxetcr, 
Staffs.  (Mr  Burnet).  Matric.  1709.  Migrated  to  Emmanuel, 
May  7,  1711.  B.A.  1712-3.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln,  Litt.  dim. 
from  Lichfield)  Dec.  20,  1713. 


SHIRLEY,  RALPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1576 
(impubes).  Probably  2nd  s.  of  John,  of  Staunton  Harold, 
Leics.,  and  of  Astwell,  Northants.  B.A.  from  Christ's, 
1579-80;  sublector,  1580-1.  Visited  Rheims  College,  1580, 
and  the  English  College  at  Rome  in  1582.  Of  Stretton, 
Staffs.,  in  1594.  Intended  for  the  church,  but  died  without 
taking  orders.  (Peile,  1.  140;  Stem.  Shirl.,  79;  Nichols,  iii. 
718.) 

SHIRLEY,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1612.  Doubtless  the  weU-known 
traveller  and  envoy.  3rd  s.  of  Sir  Thomas,  of  Wistow, 
Sussex.  B.  there,  c.  1581.  Accompanied  his  brother  Sir 
Anthony  to  Persia,  in  1598.  Remained  there  after  his 
brother's  departure.  Employed  by  the  Shah  of  Persia  to 
negotiate  alliances  against  Turkey  with  European  princes. 
Entertained  by  Sigismund  111  of  Poland  and  created  Count 
Palatine  by  Emperor  Rudolph  II.  Well  received  by  Pope 
Paul  V.  Came  to  England,  1611,  but  was  opposed  by  the 
Levant  merchants.  Stayed  a  year  with  Emperor  Jehangir 
at  Surat.  Narrowly  escaped  being  poisoned  at  Ispahan,  1615. 
Left  Persia  on  a  second  mission  in  1615.  Stayed  in  Spain, 
1617-22.  VisitedGregory  XVat  Rome.  Received  by  James  I 
and  assigned  a  residence  on  Tower  Hill  in  1624.  The  arrival 
of  another  envoy  from  Persia  obliged  him  to  return  there, 
1627.  Subsequently  dismissed  from  the  Persian  Court. 
Married  Teresia,  dau.  of  Ismael  Khan,  a  Circassian  of  noble 
birth  and  a  christian.  Died  at  Kazveen  (Casbyn)  in  Persia, 
July  13,  1638.  Buried  there  under  the  threshold  of  his  own 
house.   (Stetn.  Shirl.;  D.N.B.) 

SHERLY,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1613; 
B.A.  1615-6. 

SHIRLEY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  Aug.  12,  1645. 
2nd  s.  of  Sir  Henry,  of  Eatington,  Warws.,  and  Staunton 
Harold,  Leics.,  Bart,  (and  Dorothy,  dau.  of  Robert,  2nd 
Earl  of  Essex).  B.  1629.  Succeeded  his  brother  Charles  as 
4th  Bart.,  June  7,  1646.  On  the  death  of  his  uncle,  Robert, 
3rd  Earl  of  Essex,  he  succeeded  to  a  moiety  of  the  estates  of 
the  Devereux  family,  including  Chartley  Castle.  A  zealous 
royalist.  Several  times  imprisoned.  Married  Katherine,  dau. 
of  Humphrey  Okeover,  of  Staffordshire.  Died  Nov.  6  (?  28), 
1656,  in  the  Tower  of  London,  'not  without  suspicion  of 
poison.'  Buried  at  Staunton  Harold,  Leics.  M.I.  (According 
to  Smith's  Obituary  he  died  Nov.  28,  1656,  of  the  small-pox.) 
(Baker,  i.  733;  D.N.B.;  G.E.C.,  i.  5;  Nichols,  m.  718*. ) 

SHIRLEY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1561.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Edward  (?John),  of  Isfield, 
Sussex.  Of  Isfield,  Esq.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  Nicholas 
Pelham.  Died  Jan.  18,  1579.  Buried  at  Isfield.  M.l.  To  be 
distinguished  from  Sir  Thomas,  M.P.  of  Wistow,  Sussex, 
Knt.  and  father  of  Count  Robert  (1612).  (But  according  to 
Stemmata  Shirleiuna,  248,  he  is  our  man.  The  above  identifica- 
tion, however,  appears  more  likely.)  Probably  brother  of 
John  (1562)  and  father  of  George  (1587).  (Lewes,  Horsfield, 
n.  45;  Vis.  of  Sussex.) 

SHERLEY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1611. 
Scholar,  1614;  B.A.  1615-6;  M.A.  1619.  Fellow,  1618-44; 
ejected.  Tutor,  1635-9. 

SHIRLEY,  WALSINGHAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1609;  scholar  from  Westminster.  Doubtless  6th  s.  of 
Anthony,  of  Preston,  Sussex  (and  Barbara,  dau.  of  Sir 
Thomas  Walsingham,  Knt.,  of  Scanbury,  Kent).  Bapt, 
July  28,  1589,  at  Preston.  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616.  Fellow, 
1614.  R.  of  Stepney,  Middlesex,  1618-28.  V.  of  Hawnes, 
Beds.,  1624-37.  Married  Constance  Grub,  Feb.  5,  1623-4. 
Buried  at  Hawnes,  June  15,  1637.  Will  proved  (Archd. 
Bedford)  July  6,  1637.   (Stemmata  Shirleiana.) 

SHIRLEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke, 
July  31,  1710.  S.  of  William,  of  London,  mercer  (and 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Godman,  of  Ote  Hall,  Wivelsfield, 
Sussex).  B.  Dec.  2,  1694.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  B.A. 
1714-5-  Barrister.  Emigrated  to  Boston,  1731.  Captain- 
General  and  Governor  of  Massachusetts,  1741-56.  Directed 
the  capture  of  Louisburg,  1745.  General  and  Commander- 
in-Chief  of  the  forces  in  North  America,  1755.  Governor  of 
the  Bahamas,  1758-67.  Lieut. -General,  1759.  (Letters 
edited  by  C.  H.  Lincoln,  1912.)  Retired  to  Roxbury, 
Massachusetts,  1770.  Died  there  Mar.  24,  1771.  Buried  in 
the  King's  Chapel,  Boston.  (Robinson,  11.  6;  D.N.B.; 
E.  A.  Jones.) 

SHURLEY, .  Pens,  at  Gonville  Hall,  1531-2. 

SHURLEY, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  May  10,  1613. 

SHERLEY, .  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1644-5. 

SHIRLEY,  .    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  6, 

1716-7  (name  off,  1720).  Perhaps  the  Hon.  Robert,  s.  of 
Sir  Robert,  Knt.  and  ist  Earl  Ferrers  (by  his  2nd  wife  Sclina, 
dau.  of  George  Finch,  of  London).  B.  May  27,  1700.  M.P. 
for  Stamford,  1727-34.  Lord  of  the  manor  of  Eatington, 
Warws.  Died  unmarried,  July,  1738.  (Baker,  1.  733;  Collins, 
IV.  99.) 


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Shirt,  Matthew 

SHIRT,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  May  7, 
1659.  S.  of  John,  currier,  of  Cawthorae,  Yorks.  B.  there. 
School,  Manchester.  Matric.  1659;  B.A.  1662-3.  Ord.  priest 
(York)  June,  1667.  P.C.  of  Rastrick,  Yorks.,  1664.  V.  of 
WooUey,  1668.  V.  of  Garton,  1673-9.  Probably  V.  of 
Wetwang,  in  1677. 

SHIRT,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  7.  1636. 
Of  Cawthome,  Yorks.  Possibly  s.  of  John,  steward  to  God- 
frey Bosvile,  Esq.,  of  Gunthwaite  Hall.  B.  c.  1620,  at  Caw- 
thome. Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1639-40;  M.A.  1643.  Minister 
of  Midhope  episcopal  chapel,  in  1647.  V.  of  Kirkburton, 
Yorks.,  1649-62.  Married  Sarah,  dau.  of  Rev.  Nicholas 
Broadley,  P.C.  of  Cawthome.  Buried  at  Kirkburton,  May  3, 
1662.   (H.  J.  Morehouse,  Kirkburton.) 

SHIRTE,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1620; 
B.A.  1622-3. 

SHIRTCLIFFE,  NICHOLAS,  see  SHIERCLIFFE. 

SHISTED,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  12, 
1705.   Matric.  1705. 

SHOARD,  RICHARD.  M.A.  from  Magdalene,  1663.  Matric. 
(Oriel  CoUege,  Oxford)  July  25,  1655;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1659- 
60.  V.  of  ShephaU,  Herts.,  1665-79-  R-  of  Stevenage, 
1678-9.  Died  Nov.  17,  1679,  aged  40.  M.I.  at  Shephall. 
Will,  P.C.C. 

SHOCKLIDGE  or  STOCKLIDGE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at 
Jesus,  July  5,  1714.  S.  of  John,  deceased,  V.  of  Ash,  Kent. 
Matric.  1714;  B.A.  1717-8;  M.A.  1721.  V.  of  Northboume, 
Kent,  1723-72.  Died  Feb.  8,  1772,  aged  yj.  (Halted,  iv. 
I53-) 

SHOLDERTON, .  Com.  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree.  Excused 

from  congregations,  1520. 

SHOLSHAM, .  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1472. 

SHOOSMITH,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Michs.  1641.   Of  Kent.   B.A.  1644-5;  M.A.  1648. 

SHOOTE,  see  SHUTS. 

SHOQUETU,  SHOCKTON,  CHOQUETU  or  SHOKE,  THOMAS. 

Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Feb.  12,  1607-8.  S.  of  Thomas, 
deceased  (of  French  extraction),  of  Norwich.  School, 
Norwich  (MrBrigges).  Matric.  1608;  Scholar,  1608-13;  B.A. 
1611-2;  M.A.  1615.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  18,  1615-6; 
priest,  Feb.  18,  1626-7.  Schoolmaster  in  or  near  Stamford, 
about  1628.  Of  St  Martin's,  Stamford  Baron,  Northants. 
Will  proved,  1665.   {Venn,  i.  197;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

SHORE,  see  also  SHAW. 

SHORE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  May  20,  1646. 
S.  of  Christopher.  B.  at  Hull.  School,  Laughton  (Mr  West). 
Matric.  1646;  B.A.  1649-50;  M.A.  1653.  Probably  head 
master  of  Hull  School,  1650-64.  Perhaps  ord.  priest  (Lich- 
field) Mar.  i66i-2.  Probably  R.  of  Roos,  near  Hull,  1663-92. 
Died  1692.   Doubtless  father  of  John  (1674).   (Petle,i.  $oy.) 

SHORE,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Christ's,  1648.  S.  of  John,  of  Snit- 
terton,  Derbs.  B.  c.  i6i6.  B.A.  (Dublin)  1638.  Licensed  to 
practise  medicine,  1648.  M.D.  1656.  Probably  knighted, 
Jan.  16,  1667.  Of  Derby,  physician.  Married  Dorothy,  dau. 
of  John  Harper,  of  Birdsall,  Derbs.  Died  1680.  Will  (P.C.C.) 

1680.  (F.M.G.,  471;  Vis.  of  Derbs.,  1662;  Davy.) 
SHORE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  29,  1674. 

S.  of  John  (1646),  clerk,  of  Hull,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School, 
Laughton-en-le-Morthen.    Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A. 

1681.  Perhaps  R.  of  Shamford,  Leics.,  1687-94.    (Nichols, 

IV.  920.) 
SHORE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Nov.  i,  1692. 

S.  of  John,  clerk,  R.  of  Hamsey,  near  Lewes,  Sussex.  School, 
Westminster.  Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1696-7;  M.A.  1700;  M.D. 
1706.  Brother  of  the  next. 
SHORE,  PHILIP.  M.A.  1725  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of  John, 
of  Hamsey,  Sussex,  clerk.  Matric.  (Merton  College,  Oxford) 
Mar.  21,  1693-4,  age  i5;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1697;  M.A.  1701. 

V.  of  Wartling,  Sussex,  1705.  V.  of  Woodmancote,  1711. 
Brother  of  Jolm  (above).   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SHORE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  c.  1596;  B.A. 
1 600-1. 

SHORLEY,  W.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1583. 

SHORROCK,  HENRY,  see  SHAROCK. 

SHORT,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1602.  2nd  s.  of  John,  of  Exeter;  age  35  in  1620.  B.A.  from 
Magdalene,  1605-6;  M.A.  1609;  D.D.  from  Peterhouse,  1623. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1609  and  1623.  R.  of  Ashreigney,  Devon, 
1619-46.  R.  of  Drewsteignton,  1625-46.  Sequestered  and 
died  before  the  Restoration.  (Walker,  Sujf.;  Vis.  of  Devon, 
1620;  Burke,  L.G.) 

SHORT,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Apr.  20, 
1738.    ist  s.  of  George  (and  Penelope,  dau.  of  Sir  John 

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Short,  William 

Tyrwhitt,  Bart.,  of  Stainfield,  Lines.).  Of  East  Keal,  Lines. 
Matric.  1738.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  23,  1737.  Died 
young.   (Burke,  L.G.,  Supp.;  F.M.G.,  1190.) 

SHORT,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Lent,  1610-1; 
B.A.  1614-5.  See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary  namesake. 

SHORT,  HENRY.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Lent,  1667-8; 

M.A.  1669  (LU.  Reg.). 
SHORT,  JAMES.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1612. 

Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  18,  1616;  of  Staple  Inn, 

gent. 
SHORT,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1588 

(impubes). 
SHORT,   PEREGRINE.    Adm.   pens,   (age   17)   at   Pembroke, 

July   7,    1619.    S.  of  Thomas  (?  1588-9),   of  Fomham  St 

Genevieve,  Suffolk,  medicus.    Bapt.  May  5,  1602.    Matric. 

1619;  B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.   Will  proved  (Bury)  Jan.  2, 

1679-80.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1618). 
SHORT,    RICHARD.     Matric.    pens,    from    Pembroke,    Lent, 

1618-9;  B.A.  1621-2;  M..\.  1625;  M.D.  1632.    Of  Bury  St 

Edmunds,  Suffolk.  Buried  at  St  James's,  Bury  St  Edmimds, 

May  II,  1668.   Father  of  the  next. 

SHORT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  24, 
1658-9.  S.  of  Richard  (above),  M.D.  Bapt.  Jan.  7,  1641, 
at  St  James's,  Bury  St  Edmunds.  School,  Bury  (Mr  Stephens). 
Matric.  1659.  Migrated  to  Pembroke,  1660.  B.A.  1664-5. 
Living,  1674,  and  paying  hearth  tax. 

SHORT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1683.  Of 
Devon.  Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1686-7.  One  of  these  names 
V.  of  East  Coker,  Somerset,  1698-1713.  Died  1713. 

SHORT,  ROBERT.  Of  Peterhouse.  (But  not  found  in  our 
records.)  Presbyter  of  Devon.  Donor  to  the  College  Chapel 
Building  Fund,  1632.   (Blomefield,  Collectanea,  185.) 

SHORT,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 
Perhaps  3rd  s.  of  Peter,  of  Tenterden,  Kent,  Esq.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  26,  1596.  Married  Catherine,  dau.  of  Henry 
Gibbon,  of  Benenden.   [Vis.  of  Kent,  1619.) 

SHORT,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  14,  1631. 
Of  Kent.  Probably  s.  of  Samuel  of  Tenterden,  Kent.  Matric. 
1631.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  3,  1633. 

SHORT,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  FeO.-Com.  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  16,  1667.  S.  of  Sir  Edward,  Knt.,  deceased,  of  Wad- 
hurst,  Sussex.  B.  in  Kent.  School,  Wadhurst  (private). 
Matric.  1667;  M.A.  1669  {Lit.  Reg.). 

SHORT,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Oct.  1678. 

3rd  s.  of  John.    B.  at  Cranbury  (Canonbury),   IsUngton, 

Middlesex.   School,  Islington  (Mr  Singleton).    Matric.  1679; 

M.A.  1683  {Lit.  Reg.).  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Sept.  22, 

1681.   {Peile,  II.  70.) 
SHORT,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1588-9;  M.A.  1592. 

Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  1607.    Probably  of  Fomham 

St  Genevieve,  Suffolk.    Probably  father  of  Thomas  (1618) 

and  Peregrine  (1619). 

SHORT,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1604-5. 

SHORT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Aug.  28, 
1618.  S.  of  Thomas  (?  1588-9),  of  Fomham  St  Genevieve, 
Suffolk,  med.  Brother  of  Peregrine  (1619). 

SHORT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  June  7, 
1634.  S.  of  Thomas,  medicus.  B.  at  Bury  St  Edmunds, 
Suffolk.   Matric.  1634. 

SHORT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  25, 
1649-50.  S.  of  William  (1624),  clerk,  of  Euston,  Suffolk. 
School,  Bury  St  Edmunds.  Matric.  1650;  B.A.  1653-4;  M.D. 
1668  {Lit.  Reg.).  F.R.C.P.,  1675.  Afterwards  became  a 
Roman  Catholic.  Died  Sept.  25  (?  28),  1685.  Buried  in 
St  James'  Chapel,  London.  Will,  P.C.C.  Father  of  William 
(1686).   {D.N.B.;  Munk,  i.  377;  G.  Musgrave.) 

SHORTE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Sr  John's, 
June  2,  1651.  3rd  s.  of  Peter,  gent.,  of  Tenterden,  Kent. 
Bapt.  there,  Mar.  17,  1632.  School,  Watlington,  Sussex 
(private).  Matric.  165 1.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  9,  1652-3. 
Living,  1688.   (Burke,  L.G.,  Supp.) 

SHORT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1612;  B.A.;  M.A.  1627. 

SHORT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  July  7, 
1624.  S.  of  Thomas.  Bapt.  Oct.  2,  1606,  at  Bury  St  Edmunds, 
Suffolk.  Matric.  1625;  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631.  R.  of 
Euston,  Suffolk,  1630-45,  sequestered.  Father  of  Thomas 
(1649-50). 

SHORTE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Mar.  26,  1633. 
Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  1633;  B.A.  1636-7;  Scholar,  1637; 
M.A.  1640.  Fellow,  1639;  ejected,  1644.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  11,  1646.  Died  before  1660.  (A.  Gray.) 


Short,  Willtam 

SHORT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Caius,  Apr.  28, 
1686.  S.  of  Thomas  (1649-50),  F.R.C.P.  B.  in  London. 
Schools,  in  Norfolk,  Douay  and  Paris.  (Venn,  i.  481.) 

SHORT,  .   B.Can.L.  1476-7- 

SHORT, -.   Adm.  pens,  at  St  Cath.^rine's,  1673- 

SHORTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fe!l.-Com.  at  Clare,  July  2,  1703- 
Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  London  (and  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Sir  Erasmus  Philips,  Bart.),  and  grandson  of  Sir 
John,  Knt.  and  Sheriff  of  London,  1675.  B.  in  London. 
Matric.  1703.  Living,  1718.  (Le  Neve,  Knights,  302;  N.  and 
Q.,  6th  S.,  X.  72.) 
SHORTHOSE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  25, 
1650.  S.  of  Robert,  yeoman,  of  Willington,  Derbs.,  deceased. 
B.  there,  1633.  School,  Repton.  Matric.  1650.  Migrated  to 
St  Catharine's,  1651.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Edlington, 
Yorks.,  1667-70.  Died  July  26,  1670,  'aged  40.' 
SHORTHOSSE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May 
27,  1678.  S.  of  John,  clerk,  deceased.  B.  at  Bottesford, 
Leics.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1682.  One  of 
these  names  V.  of  Stanton  St  Bernard,  Wilts.  Preb.  of 
Salisbury,  1712-21.  Died  Jan.  18,  1721-2.  (Genealogist, 
N.S.,i.x.  35.) 
SHORTHOWSE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke, 
Michs.  1583;  B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1583-4-  R-  of  St 
Michael's,  Stamford,  1588-1612. 
SHORTING,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  27,  1661. 
Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  1669;  D.D. 
from  King's,  1696.  Conduct  of  King's,  1672-93.  Signed 
for  deacon's  orders  (London)  Sept.  18,  1669.  Ord.  priest 
(Ely)  Sept.  24,  1670.  C.  of  Grantchester,  CambSj,  i6fi; 
V.  1678-1707.  Head  Master  of  Merchant  Taylors'  School, 
Sept.  25,  1691-1707.  Died  Apr.  1707.  Buried  in  St  Mary 
Abchurch,  London.  Will,  P.C.C.  Benefactor  (£400)  to 
King's  College.  (Robinson,  i.  xv.) 
SHORTING,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius, 
Apr.  14,  1723.  S.  of  Thomas,  Collector  of  Customs,  of  Cley- 
next-the-Sea,  Norfolk  (and  Anne,  widow  of  John  Shovel,  of 
Cockthorpe,  and  half-sister  of  Sir  Cloudesly  Shovel).  B. 
Jan.  17,  1704-5,  at  Morston,  Norfolk.  Schools,  Blakeney 
(Mr  Smithson)  and  Walsingham  (Mr  Harding).  Matric. 
1724;  Scholar,  1724-9;  B.A.  1726-7;  M.A.  1732.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  July  2,  1727;  C.  of  Blakeney.  R.  of 
Brinton,  Norfolk,  1729-58.  R.  of  Thomage,  1734-58.  Died 
Apr.  28,  1758.  M.I.  at  Thomage.  Brother  of  the  next. 
(Venn,  n.  18;  Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  5th  S.,  n.  299.) 
SHORTING,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  10, 
1713.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Morston,  Norfolk,  gent.  B.  there. 
May  16,  1695.  School,  Walsingham  (Mr  Harding).  Scholar, 
1713-8;  Matric.  1714;  B.A.  1716-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
July  13,  1718;  'C.  of  Cley.'  Buried  at  Morston,  Aug.  11, 
1718.  M.I.  Brother  of  Nathaniel  (above).  (Venn,  1.  529.) 
SHORTLAND,   JOHN.    Adm.   pens,   at   Emmanuel,   Mar.   13, 

1664-5.  Of  Essex.  Matric.  1665. 
SHORTLAND,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  June  13, 
1623.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Coggeshall,  Essex.  School, 
Colne  (Mr  Cosin).  Matric.  1623.  Buried  at  Coggeshall, 
Dec.  13,  1667.  Father  of  Thomas  (1689-90).  (Beaumont, 
Coggeshall,  227.) 
SHORTLAND,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney, 
Feb.  11,  1649-50.  S.  of  Richard,  wooUendraper.  B.  at 
Colchester.  Schools,  Colchester  and  Felsted.  Matric.  1650. 
SHORTLAND,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's, 
Mar.  22,  1689-90.  S.  of  Richard  (1623).  B.  at  Coggeshall, 
Essex.  School,  Felsted.  Matric.  1690;  Scholar,  1690;  B.A. 
1693-4.  P.C.  of  Havering,  Essex,  1717-20. 
SHORTON  or  SHIRTON,  ROBERT.  Of  Jesus.  B.A.  1500-1; 
M.A.  1503;  B.D.  1508-9;  D.D.  1511-2.  Fellow  of  Pembroke, 
1505;  Preacher,  1507.  First  Master  of  St  John's,  1511-6. 
Master  of  Pembroke,  1518-34.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1525. 
R.  of  Kettering,  Northants.,  1515-29.  Preb.  of  York, 
1517-25-  R-  oi  St  Nicholas,  London,  1517-23.  R.  of  Sedg- 
field,  Durham,  1518.  R.  of  Stackpole,  Pembroke,  1522. 
Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1523.  Canonof  Windsor,  1527-35.  Almoner 
to  Queen  Catherine  of  Aragon,  and  supported  her  cause 
in  convocation.  Master  of  Stoke-by-Clare  College,  Suffolk, 
1529.  Archdeacon  of  Bath.  1534-5.  Died  Oct.  17,  1535- 
Buried  at  Stoke-by-Clare.  Will,  P.C.C.  Benefactor  to  several 
CoUeges.  (Cooper,  i.  ^y,  D.N. B.) 
SHORTRUDGE,  HUGH.  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1675.  S.  of  Hugh, 
R.  of  Ashreigney,  Devon.  Matric.  (Exeter  College,  Oxford) 
Mar.  12,  1668-9,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1672;  B.D.  and  D.D. 
(Oxford)  1702.  R.  of  Fetcham,  Surrey,  1685.  Died  Mar.  28, 
1720.  Benefactor  to  Exeter  College,  Oxford.   (Al.Oxon.) 

SHORY  or  SHOREY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St 
John's,  May  9,  1706.  S.  of  John,  pewterer.  B.  in  London. 
School,  London  (private).  Matric.  1706;  B.A.  1709-10;  M.A. 


Shouldham,  Francis 

1714.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  23,  1714;  priest,  June  16, 
1717-  R.  of  Layham,  Suffolk,  1729-54.  R.  of  Hadleigh. 
Lecturer  of  St  Lawrence  Jewry  with  St  Mary  Magdalen,  Milk 
Street,  London,  till  1754.  Died  1754,  at  Chelsea.  Will,  P.C.C. 
SHOTBOLT,  see  also  SHADBOLT. 

SHOTBOLT  or  SHADBOLT,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Pem- 
broke, Easter,  1573.    Doubtless  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Yardley, 
Herts,  (and  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Boteler).  Probably  adm. 
at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  12,  1579,  Sholtbolte;  of  Fumival's 
Inn.    Of  Yardley.    Married  Jane,  dau.  of  John  Tony,  Esq. 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1573)  and  probably  father  of  Tony, 
Philip  (1602)  and  Ralph  (1602).   (Chauncy,  Herts.,  i.  123.) 
SHOTBOLT,  JOHN.    Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  23,  1605.  Of  Chalkestone  (orChalverstone),  Beds. 
Matric.  1606;  B.A.  1609-10;  M.A.  1613.    Fellow,  1608-15. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4;  priest,  June  5,  1615.    Died 
in  College,  1615.   Admon.  in  King's.   (Harwood.) 
SHOTBOLT  or  SHADBOLT,  PHILIP.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's, 
Easter,  1602.    Probably  2nd  s.  of  John  (1573).  of  Yardley, 
Herts.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Thomas  Marsh,  of  Middle- 
sex.   Brother  of  the  next  and  of  Tony;  father  of  Thomas 
(1632). 
SHOTBOLT  or  SHADBOLT,  RALPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's, 
Easter,  1602.    Probably  4th  s.  of  John  (i573)-    Died  s.p. 
Brother  of  Philip  (above)  and  of  Tony. 
SHOTBOLT   or   SHADBOLT,    THOMAS.     Matric.   pens,   from 
Pembroke,  Easter,  1573.    Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of 
Yardley,  Herts.  Married  Susan,  dau.  of  Nicasius  Yetesworth, 
Esq.    Brother  of  John  (1573)-    (Chauncy,  Herts.,  i.  123.) 
SHOTBOLT,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  (age  20)  from  Pembroke, 
Easter,   1632.    S.  of  Philip  (1602).    B.  at  Yardley,  Herts. 
B.A.  1640-1.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18,  1641.  (Chauncy, 
Herts.,  1.  123.) 
SHOTBOLT,  TONY.    Of  King's  CoUege.    S.  and  h.  of  John 
(?  1573).  of  Yardley,  Herts.  Buried  in  King's  College,  Oct.  15, 
1598.  Brother  of  Philip  (1602)  and  Ralph  (1602).  (Chauncy, 
Herts.,  I.  123;  Vis.  of  Herts.) 
SHOTTER,  ROGER.   Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  Nov.  i, 

1708.  B.  in  Surrey.  School,  Eton. 
SHOTTESHAM,  JOHN  DE.  Southern  student  who  received  a 
royal  pardon  in  1261  for  taking  part  in  a  riot  against  the 
northern  students.  (Fuller,  29.) 
SHOTTISHAM,  ROBERT.  Scholar  of  Corpus  Christi,  1457; 
B.D.  1475-6.  Fellow,  1462.  Licensed,  by  the  Bishop  of 
Ely,  'to  preach  the  word  of  God,  both  to  the  clergy 
and  to  the  people  in  the  diocese  of  Ely,  July  17,  1469.' 
(Masters.) 

SHOTOVER, .  Dr  (Div.  or  Can.L.)  1462-3.  Canonicus. 

SHOTTON,    ROBERT.    B.A.    1484-5;    M.A.    1488.    Fellow  of 

Queens',  1492-3. 
SHOTTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Nov. 
22,  1623.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman.  B.  at  'Crapson' 
(?Cropston  in  Thurcaston),  Leics.  School,  Sileby  (Mr 
Partridge).  Matric.  1623.  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1632.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  May  31;  priest,  Dec.  20,  1629. 
SHOTWELL,  DANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July,  1668. 
Of  Staffordshire.  Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1671-2;  M.A.  1682. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1682.  V.  of  North  Cave,  Yorks.,  1681. 
V.  of  Seighford,  Staffs.,  1694. 
SHOULDHAM,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Oct. 
13.  1595-  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Shouldham,  Norfolk. 
Schools,  Dunham  (Mr  Grenwood)  and  Lynn  (Mr  Roberts). 
Married,  at  Mileham,  to  Elizabeth  Lewis,  1609.  Brother  of 
Thomas  (1590). 
SHULDHAM,  EDWARD.  B.Civ.L.  1465-6;  D.Civ.L.  1467-8. 
B.  in  Norfolk.  Master  of  Trinity  Hall,  1502-3.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  May  22,  1472;  priest  (Ely)  Apr.  17,  1473; 
'Fellow  of  Trinity  Hall.'  R.  of  Theriield,  Herts.,  1485-1503. 
Canon  of  Lincoln,  1488-90.  Died  1503.  Buried  at  Theriield. 
WiU  proved  (P.C.C).  (Clutterbuck,  iii.  587.) 
SHOULDHAM,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  13)  at  Caius,  c. 
June,  1589.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Shouldham  Hal),  Norfolk. 
Matric.  1589.  Probably  scholar  of  Trinity  Hall,  1592.  \Am. 
at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  29,  1595-  Of  Kettlestone,  Esq. 
Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Robert  Tavemer,  Lord  Kettlestone. 
Died  Apr.  4,  1655,  aged  84  (sic).  Buried  at  Kettlestone. 
Will,  Archd.  C.  Norwich.  Father  of  Nathaniel  (1641)  and 
Lemuel  (1642).  (tVnn,  i.  136;  Btowf^W,  vii.  114-) 
SCHOULDHAM,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
July  16,  1673;  re-adm.  sizar  Mar.  29,  1676.  S.  of  Nathaniel 
(1641),  Esq.,  deceased,  late  of  Kettlestone,  Norfolk.  B.  at 
Croxton.  Schools,  Walsingham  (Mr  Pitts)  and  Seaming 
(Mr  Burton).  Matric.  1676;  Scholar,  1676-81;  LL.B.  1681. 
Fellow,  1682-3.  Died  in  College.  Buried  at  St  Michael's, 
June  9,  1683.   Brother  of  Robert  (1670).   (Venn,  i.  449.) 


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Shouldham,  Francis 

SCHULDHAM,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i6)  at  Caius,  Mar.  6, 
1682-3.  S.  of  Lemuel  (1642),  of  Walsingham,  Norfolk. 
Bapt.  there,  May  3,  i657-  Schools,  Walsingham  and  Holt. 
Matric.  1683;  Scholar,  1683-7;  B.A.  1686-7.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  May  22,  1687;  priest  (Norwich)  May  21,  1692; 
'C.  of  Horsham  St  Faith,  Norfolk.'  V.  of  Kildrumferton 
(Kilmore  diocese),  1701-30.  Married  and  had  issue.  Twin- 
brother  of  Lemuel  (1682-3).   {Venn,  I.  472;  H.  B.  Swanzy.) 

SCHULDHAM,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  June  4,  1713- 
S.  of  Robert  (1670),  M.D.,  of  Kettlestone,  Norfolk.  B.  at 
Fakenham.  School,  Holt  (Mr  Reynolds).  Matric.  1713; 
Scholar,  1713-9;  M.B.  1719;  M.D.  1725-  Fellow,  1720-76. 
Practised  at  Walsingham.  Donor  of  the  'Schuldam  plate 
prize.  Died  unmarried,  Feb.  15,  1776.  M.I.  at  Kettlestone. 
WiU,  P.C.C.   {Venn,  1.  530;  Burke,  L.G.) 

SCHULDHAM,  JOHN.   B.A.  1486-7;  M.A.  1490. 

SHULDHAM,  LEMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Sept.  14, 
1642.  S.  of  Francis  (15S9),  gent.,  of  Croxton,  Norfolk.  Bapt. 
Apr.  4,  1627,  at  Hingham.  School,  Lynn  (Mr  BeU).  Matric. 
1642;  Scholar,  1643-50;  B.A.  1646-7;  M.A.  1650.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  2,  1651-2.  Steward  of  the  College  manor 
of  Bumham,  1673.  Of  Walsingham,  Esq.  Married  Eleanor, 
dau.  of  Francis  Jermy,  of  Gunton,  Sept.  20,  1664.  Died 
before  Feb.  4,  1688.  Brother  of  Nathaniel  (1641)  and  father 
of  the  next  and  Francis  (1682-3).   (K^nn,  i.  347;  Burke,  L.G.) 

SCHULDHAM,  LEMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Mar.  6, 
1682-3.  S.  of  Lemuel  (above),  of  Walsingham,  Norfolk. 
B.  there.  (His  parentage  is  wrongly  given  in  Cotton's 
Fasti,  V.  :66;  other  authorities  have  made  a  similar  mistake.) 
Schools,  Walsingham  and  Holt.  Matric.  1683;  Scholar, 
1683-7;  B.A.  1686-7;  M.A.  1690.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
May  22,  1687;  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  25,  1692.  C.  of  Offord 
D'Arcy,  Hunts.,  1687.  Preb.  of  Blackrath,  Ossory,  Ireland, 
1699-1719.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Daniel  Molyneux, 
of  Ballymulvey,  Co.  Longford,  and  widow  of  Bryan  KeUy, 
of  Ballyforan,"Co.  Roscommon,  Sept.  24,  1712.  Died  Feb. 
1719.  His  son  Molyneux  was  created  Baron  Schuldham, 
1776.  Twin  brother  of  Francis  (1682-3).  {Venn,  i.  472; 
H.  B.  Swanzy.) 

SHULDHAM,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
June  29,  1641.  S.  and  h.  of  Francis  (1589).  gent.,  of  Croxton, 
Norfolk.  B.  at  Hingham.  School,  Ljmn  (Mr  Bell).  Matric. 
1641;  Scholar,  1641-5;  B.A.  1644-5.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 
June  19,  1645.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1652.  Of  Kettlestone, 
Norfolk,  Esq.  Married  (1)  Catherine,  dau.  of  John  Thruston 
(? Thurston),  Esq.,  of  Hoxne,  Suffolk;  (2)  Dorothy,  dau.  of 
Robert  Kedington,  Esq.,  of  Hockham,  Norfolk.  Died  Nov. 
25,  1671.  Buried  at  Kettlestone.  Will,  Norwich  C.  C. 
Brother  of  Lemuel  (1642),  father  of  the  next  and  of  Francis 
(1673).   {Venn,  1.  344;  Burke,  L.G.) 

SHOULDHAM,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  May  10,  1670. 
S.  and  h.  of  Nathaniel  (above),  of  Kettlestone,  Norfolk,  Esq. 
B.  at  Croxton,  1653.  Schools,  Holt  (Mr  Mazey)  and  Lynn 
(Mr  Bell).  Matric.  1670;  Scholar,  1670-4;  LL.B.  1675;  M.D. 
1681.  FeUow,  1676-9.  Married  Rebecca,  dau.  of  Henry 
Brady,  of  Norwich,  Died  June  26,  1705.  Buried  at  Kettle- 
stone. M.I.  Will  proved  (Norwich  C.  C.)  Nov.  13,  1705. 
Brother  of  Francis  (1673)  and  father  of  Francis  (1713)- 
{Venn,  1.  441.) 

SCHULDHAM,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Dec.  30, 
1590.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Shouldham,  Norfolk. 
School,  Dunham,  near  Swaffham  (Mr  Grenwood).  Scholar, 
1590-7;  Matric.  c.  1591;  B.A.  1594-5-  Brother  of  Charles 
(1595). 

SCHULDHAM,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius, 
June  24,  1706.  S.  of  John,  attorney,  of  Beccles,  Suffolk. 
Bapt.  there,  Aug.  22,  1689.  School,  Beccles  (Mr  Leeds). 
Scholar,  1706-11;  B.A.  1709-10;  M.A.  1713.  Fellow,  1711-2. 
Ord.  deacon  (Winchester)  Dec.  30,  1711;  priest  (Norwich) 
June  11,  1714.  R.  of  EUough  and  Willingham,  Suffolk,  1714- 
36.  Will  proved  (Ipswich)  1737;  of  EUough.  {Venn,  i.  515; 
Burke,  L.G.) 

SHULDHAM,  .   B.Civ.L.  1500-1.    One,  Robert  Shuldham, 

Benedictine,  B.D.  (Oxford)  1510;  Supp.  D.D.  June  28,  1515. 
Became  Lord  Abbot  of  St  Saviour's  or  St  Mary  Overy, 
Southwark,  Surrey.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SHOVE,  BENJAMIN.  B.A.  from  King's,  1633-4;  M.A.  1637. 
R.  of  Gatton,  Surrey,  c.  1648-66.  Buried  there  May  16,  1666. 
{Manning  and  Bray,  11.  238.) 

SHOVE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Easter,  1622; 
B.A. 1625-6;  M.A.  1629. 

SHOVE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  15,  1713.  S.  of 
Edward,  of  Gatton,  Surrey.  Matric.  1713;  B.A.  1716-7; 
Scholar,  1717;  M.A.  1720.  V.  of  Rainham,  Kent,  1723-71. 
R.  of  St  Margaret's,  Canterbury,  1727-37.  V.  of  Doddington, 


Shropham,  John 

Kent,  1737-71.  V.  of  St  Mary  Bredin,  Canterbury,  i737- 
R.  of  Sutton,  Dover,  1766-71.  V.  of  Linsted,  1766-7.  R-  of 
Little  Mongeham,  1767-71-  Died  Dec.  8,  1771-  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1772. 
SHOWELL,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1726. 
S.  of  John,  shipwright.  Bapt.  at  Rotherhithe,  Surrey, 
Sept.  19,  1707.  Matric.  1726;  B.A.  1730-1;  M.A.  i734- 
Fellow,  1729.  Vice-Provost  in  1737.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
June,  1740;  priest.  May,  1744.  Had  an  estate  in  Hampshire. 
Died  in  College,  June  14,  1748.  {Harwood.) 
SHOWTE,  WILLIAM.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall.  Left,  May  12, 

1382. 
SHRAWLEY,  JAMES.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Mar.  20,  i7i7-8. 

S.  of  John,  of  Kelham,  Notts.  Scholar,  1720;  B.A.  1721-2. 
SHRAWLEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  5. 
1666.  S.  of  John,  clerk,  of  Kirtling,  Cambs.  B.  there.  School, 
Canterbury.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1673- 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1673.  Signed  for  deacon's  orders  (London) 
Sept.  20,  1673. 
SHREDE,   RICHARD.     Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1584.    Of  Norfolk. 
SHREVE,  see  also  SHERIFFE. 

SCHREVE,  EDMUND.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1571- 
SHREVE,  JOHN.    Student  at  Cambridge;  supp.  for  B.Can.L. 
(Oxford)  1532.   Perhaps  R.  of  Framingham  Earl  and  Pigot, 
Norfolk,  1541.   {Al.  Oxon.) 
SHREVE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1625. 

Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632. 
SHREWSBURY,  GILBERT,  Earl  of,  see  TALBOT. 
SHROWSBURY,   RICHARD   DE.    Scholar  at    King's   Hall, 

1385-8. 
SHREWSBURY,  Abbot  of.    D.D.  1460-1.   Thomas  Mynde  was 
elected   abbot,   Jan.   8,    1460.    Died   1497-    He  succeeded 
Thomas  Ludlow,  D.D.,  who  died  Dec.  8,  1459;  m  1448,  he 
and    his    convent    conveyed    lands    in    Cambridgeshire    to 
Henry  VI  as  part  of  the  endowment  of   King's  College. 
(H.  E.  Forrest,  Churches  of  Shrewsbury,  12.) 
SHRIGLEY,  ALBION.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar. 
24,1663-4.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Macclesfield,  Cheshire.  B.  there. 
School,    Macclesfield.     Matric.   1664.    V.   of   Shackerstone, 
Leics.,  1680.    Buried  there   May   11,    1713-    Father  of  the 
next.   {Nichols,  iv.  913.) 
SHRIGLEY,   ALBION.    Adm.  sizar   (age   19)   at   Pembroke, 
Jan.  9,  1706-7.    S.  of  Albion  (above),  V.  of  Shackerstone, 
Leics.   B.  there.   Matric.  1707;  B.A.  1711-2.   Under  master 
at  Market  Bosworth  School.    P.C.  of  Carlton  Chapel.    WiU 
(Leicester)  1729. 
SHRIGLEY,   JAMES.    Adm.   pens,   (age   16)   at   Magdalene, 
May  17,  1679.    S.  of  William,  gent.,  deceased.    B.  at  Ard- 
wick.  Lanes.   School,  Manchester.   Matric.  1679-  Brother  of 
John  (1679). 
SHRIGLEY,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  12,  1600. 

B.  at  Bollington,  near  Macclesfield,  Cheshire.   B.A.  1603-4; 
M.A.  1607.    Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  25,  1609,  age  27. 

C.  of  St  Martin's,  Colchester.    C.  of  Stock,  Essex,  1621-5. 
V.  of  Margaretting,  1635-41. 

SHRIGLEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  May  17, 
1679.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  deceased.  B.  at  Ardwick,  Lanes. 
School,  Manchester.  Matric.  1679;  B.A.  1682-3.  Brother  of 
James  (1679). 

SHRIGLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  Easter,  i745;  M.A.  from  St  Catha- 
rine's, 1745.  S.  of  William,  of  Manchester.  B.  there,  Oct.  24, 
1710.  CoUegerat  Eton,  1721-30.  Matric.  (Brasenose  College, 
Oxford)  Dec.  17,  1730;  B.A.  (Oxford)  i734-  R-  of  Bromfield, 
Essex,  1738-45.  R.  of  Chicknal,  i745-6i.  R-  of  Mashbury, 
1745-61.  Perhaps  R.  of  Alderley,  Cheshire,  1753-62  {sic). 
Died  1761.  Brother  of  William  (1741).  {Al.  Oxon.;  Morant, 
II.  81,  460.) 

SHRIGLEY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1695; 
B.A.  1697-8.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  19,  1698. 

SHRIGLEY,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1741-  S.  of 
William,  of  Manchester.  Matric.  (Brasenose  College.  Oxford) 
Feb.  6,  1720-1,  age  20;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1724-  Brother  of 
John  (1745)-   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SHRIMPTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1614. 

SHRIMPTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1577; B.A.  1580-1. 

SHROPHAM,  JOHN.  Warden  of  King's  Hall,  1361-3.  Pre- 
viously a  scholar.  M.A.  Petitioned  the  Pope,  1363,  for  a 
benefice.  Perhaps  R.  of  RawTeth,  Essex,  1392.  Died  1393. 
{Cal.  Pap.  Pet.,  i.  405.) 


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Shrubsall,  Charles 

SHRUBSALL,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  4, 
1633.  Of  Kent.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Richard,  of  Canter- 
bury (died  1634).  Age  2  in  1619.  Matric.  1633.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  13,  1635.   (Vis.  of  Kent;  Hasted,  iv.  435.) 

SHRUBSOLE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  July  5.  i7ii- 
S.  of  Kenn,  of  Canterbury,  Kent.    B.  at  Ashford.    Matric. 

1711.  Migrated  as  scholar  to  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  14,  1713-4. 
LL.B.  1717.  Proctor  in  the  Commons.  Died  Feb.  21,  1733. 
(A.  Gray;  G.  Mag.) 

SHRYNE, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1568. 

SHUCKBURGH  or  SHUGBOROW,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens, 
from  King's,  Michs.  1587.  Perhaps  s.  of  John,  of  Naseby, 
Northants.  If  so.  High  Sheriff  of  Northants.,  1625.  Died 
Apr.  25,  1658,  aged  86.  Buried  at  Naseby.  M.I.  Perhaps 
father  of  the  next.  {Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  2nd.  S.,  iii.  319; 
Bridges,  1.  578.) 

SHUCKBURGH,  EUSEBIUS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Christ's, 
July,  1614.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Edward  (?  above).  High 
Sheriff  of  Northants.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  June  17, 
i6i6.  Of  Naseby,  Northants.  Married  and  had  issue. 
(Peile,  I.  296;  Bridges,  i.  577-8.) 

SHUKBURGH,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  26,  1695.  Of  London.  School,  Tonbridge.  Matric. 
1695;  Scholar,  1695.  Migrated  to  Trinity.  B.A.  1698-9; 
M.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1702.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  6, 
1700-1.  R.  of  Caston,  Norfolk,  1720-33.  V.  of  East  Winch, 
1722-33.  Died  1733. 

SHUCKBOROWE,  JOHN.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1606.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Shuckburgh,  Warws. 
Died  Oct.  16,  1625,  aged  37.  Buried  at  Napton.  (Misc. 
Gen.  et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  iii.  353;  Baker,  i.  372.) 

SHUKBURGH,  JOHN  (RICHARD).  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  (age  18) 
at  St  John's,  Apr.  14,  1712.  S.  of  John,  Esq.,  of  Bourton, 
Warws.  School,  Warwick  (Mr  Greenway).  Matric.  1712,  as 
Richard.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Oct.  17,  1712,  as 
Richard.  Lieut. -Colonel  of  the  3rd  Regiment  of  Horse.  Of 
Bourton,  Esq.  Died  May  14,  1762,  aged  67.  M.I.  at  Bourton. 
(Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  iii.  353.) 

SHUCKBURGH,   .    B.Can.L.    1488-9.     Perhaps  John,   of 

Queens';  will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1502. 

SHUGBOROWTH  or  SOKBORU, .  Scholar  of  King's  Hall, 

until  1498;  afterwards  pens.  Died  1504.  Left  26s.  M.  to  King's 
Hall.   (Trin.  Coll.  Admissions,  i.  126.) 

SHUCKBORROW,  (junior).    Adm.    at    King's,    Michs. 

1587. 
SHUCKFORD  or  SHUCKFORTH,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16) 

at  Caius,  Oct.  3,  1568.   S.  of  William,  of  Harling,  Norfolk. 

School,  Walden,  Essex.  Matric.  1568. 

SHUCKFORD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  July  8, 

1712.  S.  of  Samuel,  gent.,  of  Palgrave,  Suffolk.  B.  at 
Norwich.  Schools,  Norwich  and  Botesdale.  Scholar,  171 2-9; 
Matric.  1713;  B.A.  1716-7;  M.A.  1720;  D.D.  (Lambeth). 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  16,  1717;  priest  (Norwich)  Oct. 
28,  1718.  V.  of  Seething  and  Mundham,  Norfolk,  until  1746. 
R.  of  Hardwick,  1718-46;  of  Shelton,  1722-46.  Chaplain 
to  the  King,  1732-54.  R.  of  All  Hallows,  Lombard  Street, 
1747-54.  Canon  of  Canterbury,  1738-54.  Author,  Sacred 
and  Profane  History  of  the  World.  Died  July  14,  1754.  Buried 
in  Canterbury  Cathedral.  Will,  P.C.C.  (Venn,  i.  527; 
D.N.B.) 

SHUCKFORD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Apr.  28, 
1749.  S.  of  William,  glass  worker,  of  London.  B.  Oct.  18, 
1730,  at  Yarmouth.  Schools,  Norwich  (Mr  Bullimer)  and 
Merchant  Taylors'.  Scholar,  1749-53;  Matric.  1750;  B.A. 
1753;  M.A.  1789.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely,  Litt.  dim.  from 
Chichester)  Mar.  18;  priest  (Chichester)  Dec.  21,  1753.  V.  of 
Wamham,  Sussex,  1753.  V.  of  Eartham,  1788.  Chaplain  to 
the  Earl  of  Gainsborough.  Died  Dec.  5,  1799  (sic).  Buried 
at  Wamham.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  Jan.  1798.   (Venn,  11.  62.) 

SHUCKFORD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1653.  Of 
Norfolk. 

SHULDHAM,  see  SHOULDHAM. 

SHUTE  or  SHUTTE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  from 
Pembroke,  Michs.  1561.  Doubtless  s.  of  Christopher,  of 
Oakington,  Cambs.  B.A.  1564-5;  M.A.  1568;  B.D.  1580. 
V.  of  Giggleswick,  1576-1626.  Head  Master  of  Giggleswick 
School,  1615-9.  Author,  religious.  Died  at  Giggleswick, 
1626.  Doubtless  brother  of  Robert  (1542),  father  of 
Nathaniel  (1603-4),  Josias  (1602),  Thomas  (1605)  and 
Timothy  (1609).  (D.N.B.;  Cooper,  11.  285;  Giggleswick 
School;  Peile,  1.  32.) 

SHUTE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse, 
Easter,  1582.  One  of  these  names  of  Gargrave,  Yorks.,  in 
1629. 


Shute,  Robert 

SHUTE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Caius, 
May  4, 1584.  2nds.of  Robert  (1542),  Recorder  of  Cambridge. 
Bapt.  Feb.  7,  1565-6,  at  Oakington,  Cambs.  School, 
Oakington  (Mr  Longworth).  Married,  in  1588,  Joan  Hatton, 
of  Long  Stanton.  Buried  Nov.  27,  1611,  at  Oakington. 
(Venn,  1.  120;  Cambs.  Vis.) 

SHUTE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Christ's, 
Apr.  2,  1627.  S.  of  Nathaniel  (1603-4).  B.  at  Sandon,  Herts. 
School,  London.  Matric.  1627;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634; 
B.D.  1642;  D.D.  1661  (Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1631.  Proctor, 
1640-1.  R.  of  Navenby,  Lines.,  1642-56.  R.  of  Watton, 
Herts.,  1656-71.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1660-3.  R.  of  St  Vedast, 
London,  1661-3.  President  of  Sion  College,  1663.  Preb.  of 
Rochester,  1664-71.  Archdeacon  of  St  Albans,  1664-71. 
Died  Apr.  24,  1671.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1673.  Father  of  Nathaniel 
(1665).   (Peile,  I.  381.) 

SHUTTE,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1586; 
B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1588-9,  Shute. 

SHUTE,  HENRY.  M.A.  from  Pembroke,  1682.  S.  of  John,  of 
Kilmersdon,  Somerset,  clerk.  Matric.  (Wadham  College, 
Oxford)  Dec.  4,  1674,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1678.  Chaplain 
to  Edward,  Earl  of  Oxford.  V.  of  Finborough,  and  of  Stow- 
market,  Suffolk,  1685-9.  C.  of  St  Andrew,  Holbom,  London. 
Died  Nov.  3,  1722.  Will  dated,  Sept.  21,  1719;  proved 
(P.C.C.)  1723;  mentions  a  charity  school  set  up  by  him  at 
Kilmersdon.   (A I.  Oxon.) 

SHUTE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  i,  1731.  Of 
Somerset.  Matric.  1731;  B.A.  1734-5;  M.A.  1738.  Ord. 
priest  (Lincoln,  Litt.  dim.  from  Peterb.)  Mar.  6,  1736-7. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Brancaster,  Norfolk,  1751.  One  of  these 
names  of  Stapleton,  Gloucs.,  clerk;  will  (P.C.C.)  1785. 

SHUTE,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  5, 
1676.  S.  of  James,  deceased.  B.  at  Wisbech,  Cambs.  School, 
Wisbech.  Matric.  1676;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683. 

SHUTE,  JOSEPH.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  161 1-2.  R.  of  Meavy, 
Devon,  c.  1614-74.  Suffered  during  the  rebellion ;  imprisoned 
at  Plymouth,  etc.  Father  of  Walter  (1641).  (Walker, 
Sufferings.) 

SHUTE,  JOSIAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1602. 
S.  of  Christopher  (1561),  V.  of  Giggleswick.  B.  in  Craven, 
Yorks.,  1588.  School,  Giggleswick.  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  4, 1609-10,  age  24;  priest,  June  3, 
1610.  C.  of  St  Michael  Queme,  London.  R.  of  St  Mary 
Woolnoth,  1611-43,  ejected.  Chaplain  to  the  East  India 
Company,  1632.  Archdeaconof  Colchester,  1642-3.  A  skilled 
Hebrew  scholar.  .Author,  sermons.  Buried  at  St  Mary 
Woolnoth,  June  14,  1643.  WiU  proved  (Cons.  C.  London) 
Aug.  1,  1643.  Brother  of  the  next,  of  Timothy  (1609)  and 
Thomas  (1605).   (D.N.B.;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

SHUTE,  NATHANIEL.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1603-4.  S.  of 
Christopher  (1561).  M.A.  1607.  R.  of  St  Margaret  Moses, 
London,  1614-8.  R.  of  St  Mildred  Poultry,  1618-38.  A 
famous  preacher;  Fuller  caUs  him  another  Chrysostom. 
Buried  Aug.  11,  1638,  at  St  Mildred  Poultry.  Admon., 
Sept.  24,  1638,  to  his  son  Christopher  (1627).  Brother  of 
Josias  (above),  etc.   (Peile,  i.  235.) 

SHUTE,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Mar. 
28,  1665.  S.  of  Christopher  (1627).  B.  at  Navenby,  Lines. 
School,  St  Paul's.  Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  from 
Queens',  1672;  B.D.  i68o.  Fellow  of  Queens',  1671-81. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1680.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  24,  1671; 
priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  22,  1672.  V.  of  Honingham,  Norfolk, 
1673-80.  R.  of  St  Botolph,  Cambridge,  1677-81.  R.  of  Gt 
ChevereU,  Wilts.,  1680.  Canon  of  Salisbury,  1704-12.  Died 
before  June,  1712.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1712.   (Peile,  i.  615.) 

SHUTE,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1576; 
B.A.  1579-80.   R.  of  St  Michael,  Nottingham,  1585-8. 

SHUTE,  RICHARD.  B.A.  1653-4  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  B.  at 
Wolverton,  Somerset.  M.A.  1658;  D.D.  1661.  Matric.  (St 
John's  CoUege,  Oxford)  Feb.  27,  1650-1;  B.A.  (O.xford) 
1653-4.  Ord.  priest  (Caius)  June  12,  1668;  C.  of  Huntmgfield, 
Suffolk.  R.  of  St  Peter  and  St  Mary,  Stowmarket,  1674-86. 
Died  Feb.  1686,  aged  54.   (Venn,  i.  403;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SHUTE,  ROBERT.  Probably  adm.  at  Peterhouse,  1542  or 
1544.  S.  of  Christopher,  of  Oakington,  Cambs.  B.  at  Gar- 
grave,  Yorks.  (sic).  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1550.  Barrister, 
1552.  Reader,  1568.  Treasurer,  1576.  Serjeant-at-law,  1577- 
Recorder  of  Cambridge,  1558-90.  M. P.  for  Cambridge,  1571, 
1572-9.  Baron  of  the  Exchequer,  1579-86.  Judge,  Q.B., 
1586-go.  Married  Thora;fsine,  dau.  of  Christopher  BurgojTie, 
of  Long  Stanton,  Cambs.  Lived  at  Oakington,  Cambs.  Died 
Apr.  1590.  Will,  P.C.C.  Doubtless  brother  of  Christopher 
(1561),  father  of  Robert  (1598)  and  Christopher  (1584). 
(Cooper,  II.  92;  D.N.B.;  Peile,  i.  31.) 

SHUTE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1575. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Yorkshire.  Bapt.  at  Gargrave, 
July  24,  1559.   B.A.  from  Christ's,  1579-80. 


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Shute,  Robert 

SHUTE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  Oct.  23,  1588. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.  B.A.  1592-3;  M.A.  1596.  Perhaps  of 
King's  Lynn,  Norfolk,  clerk;  admon.  (P.C.C.)  May  2,  1621. 
Probably  brother  of  Thomas  {1588). 
SHUTE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1598-9.  4th  s. 
of  Robert  (1542),  Justice  of  the  Queen's  Bench.  B.A.  1601-2; 
M.A.  1605.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  21,  1600.  Clerk  of  the 
Court  of  C.P.,  1616.  M.P.  for  St  Albans,  1620-1.  Recorder 
of  London,  1621  (Jan.-Feb.).  Died  Feb.  10,  1620-1.  Brother 
of  Christopher  (1584).   (D.N.B.;  Peile,  1.  229.) 

SHUTE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Christ's,  Dec.  12,  1683. 
S.  of  Benjamin,  of  Comhill,  London.  B.  1662.  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Nov.  23,  1683.  Joined  the  army;  became 
Lieut. -Colonel;  served  under  Marlborough.  Governor  of 
Massachusetts,  1716-27.  His  administrative  responsibilities 
brought  him  into  conflict  with  the  Assembly.  Returned  to 
England  in  1723  to  consult  the  advisers  of  the  Crown. 
Pensioned  on  the  death  of  George  I  in  1727.  Died  Mar.  15, 
1742.   (D.N.B.;  Peile,  n.gi.) 

SHUTE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1588.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  Possibly  s.  of  Robert,  of  Oaking- 
ton,  Cambs.  (It  seems  more  likely  that  this  man  and 
Robert  (1588)  were  nephews  of  Robert.)   {Cambs.  Vis.) 

SHUTE  or  SHOOTE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1605.  4th  s.  of  Christopher  (1561).  B.A.  from 
Peterhouse,  1608-9;  M.A.  1612.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Chester)  Feb.  17,  1610-1.  Domestic  chaplain  to  the  Bishop 
of  Chester;  preached  his  funeral  sermon  in  1615-  Still  in 
Chester  in  i6i8  as  a  preacher  of  the  word  of  God.  Brother 
of  Josias  (1602),  etc.   (E.  Axon.) 

SHUTE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  July  4, 
1641.  S.  of  Timothy  (1609),  Preb.  of  E.xeter.  B.  at  Exeter. 
School,  Ottery  (Mr  Bame).  Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1644-5.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Lincohi)  July  18,  1646.  Succeeded  his 
father  as  R.  of  Lawhitton,  Cornwall,  1662.   {Peile,  1.  477O 

SHUTE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  27,  1723.  Of 
Cornwall.   Matric.  1723-  Expelled,  1724- 

SHUTE,  TIMOTHY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1609.  S.  of  Christopher  (1561),  V.  of  Giggleswick,  Yorks. 
B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616.  Preb.  of  Exeter,  1630-45,  ejected. 
R.  of  Holy  Trinity,  Exeter,  1635.  R.  of  Lawhitton, 
Cornwall,  1647.  One  of  these  names  of  Farway,  Devon, 
clerk;  \vill  (Exeter)  1668.  Brother  of  Josias  (1602),  etc.  and 
father  of  Thomas  (1641).  But  see  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contem- 
porary namesake. 

SHUTE,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  28,  1667. 
Of  Cornwall.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1;  M.A.  1674.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Lawhitton,  Cornwall,  1675;  will  (Exeter)  1722. 

SHUTE,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  27,  1685. 
Of  Devon.   Matric.  1685. 

SHUTE,  WALTER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  July  7, 
1641.  S.  of  Joseph  (1611-2),  R.  of  Meavy,  Devon.  B.  there. 
School,  Plymouth  (private).   Matric.  1642. 

SHUTTE, .  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1542.  This 

or  the  next  was  probably  Robert,  afterwards  Justice  of  the 
Q.B.  whom  see. 

SHUTTE, .  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Lent,  1543-4- 

SHOOT, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1558. 

SHUTE, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  26,  1578. 

Probably  Francis,  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  Serjeant-at-law. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  16,  1577-  Perhaps  brother  of  the 
next.  (r.  A.  Walker;  Vis.  of  Cambs.,  1619.) 

SHUTE,  {senior).    Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  26, 

1578.  Perhaps  John,  2nd  s.  of  Robert,  of  Oakington,  Cambs. 
Bapt.  there,  Aug.  29,  1563.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  23, 
1579-80.   {Vis.  of  Cambs.) 

SHUTE,  {junior).   Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  26, 

1578.  Possibly  Christopher,  3rd  s.  of  Robert,  of  Oakington, 
Cambs.,  who  was  adm.  at  Caius  in  1584  as  2nd  son.  But  he 
was  only  12  in  1578.   {T.  A.  Walker.) 

SHUTE, .   Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  1590-1- 

SHUT, .  Matric.  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1606  {absent). 

SHUTER,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Jan.  18,  1737-8. 
Of  Leicestershire.  Matric.  1738;  B.A.  1741-2;  M.A.  1745. 
Fellow,  1743-4-  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  29,  1743;  priest 
(Nonvich)  May  20,  1744.  R.  of  Upper  Isham,  Northants., 
1744-9.  R-  of  Kibworth,  Leics.,  1741-69.  Died  Nov.  24, 
1769,  aged  50.  M.I.  at  Kibworth.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1769. 
{Nichols,  II.  649.) 

SHUTTLEWOODE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  28, 
1650.  Of  Leicestershire.  Scholar,  1651.  Probably  identical 
with  the  Nonconformist  tutor  of  these  names.  B.  at  Wymes- 
wold,  Leics.,  Jan.  3,  1631-2.  Approved  by  the  Wirksworth 
Classis  and  ord.  Apr.  26,  1654.   Minister  of  Ravenstone  and 


SiBBALD,  James 

Hugglescote,  Leics.,  1654-62,  ejected.  Conducted  an  academy 
for  the  education  of  Nonconformist  ministers  at  Sulby,  near 
Welford,  Northants.  (A  Mr  Shuttlewood  of  Old  Sulby  was 
buried  at  Welford,  Sept.  20,  1678.)  Frequently  fined  and 
imprisoned  for  nonconformity.  Died  Mar.  17, 1688-9.  Buried 
at  Creaton  {sic),  Northants.  M.I.  Will  dated,  Dec.  28,  1687; 
proved  (Archd.  Northants.)  Nov.  29,  1690;  of  Little  Creaton. 
{D.N.B.;  Nichols,  in.  938.) 
SHUTLEWOOD,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  I,  1675.  S.  of  Kenelm,  deceased,  of  Lowesby,  Leics. 
B.  there.  School,  Oakham.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1654-5). 
SHUTTLEWOOD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1622;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
June  8;  priest,  June  9,  1628. 
SHUTTLEWOOD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  i, 
1654-5.  Of  Leicestershire.  S.  and  h.  of  Kenelm,  of  Bramston, 
Rutland,  gent.  Matric.  1655.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  16, 
1656;  Shuttleworth,  alias  Shuttlewood.  Brother  of  Joseph 
(1675)- 

SHUTTLEWORTH,  BARTON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  28,  1741.  S.  of  Ralph,  vintner,  of  Middlesex  (afterwards 
settled  in  Rochdale).  B.  in  London.  School,  Rochdale, 
Lanes.  Matric.  1741;  B.A.  1744-5-  Perhaps  Head  Master 
of  Witton,  or  Northwich  Grammar  School,  Cheshire,  1748. 
Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  Feb.  2,  1770;  priest,  July  28,  1771- 
P.C.  of  Littleborough,  Lanes.,  1770-93-  Buried  at  Rochdale, 
Oct.  31,  1793.  {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  515;  Fishwick,  Rochdale, 
199.) 

SHUTTLEWORTH,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel, 
Apr.  14,  1651.  Of  Lincolnshire.  Doubtless  s.  of  Leonard, 
of  St  Martin's,  Lincoln.  Bapt.  there,  Sept.  18,  1630.  Matric. 
1653;  B.A.  1654.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  from  Barnard's  Inn, 
June  19,  1656.  Probably  buried  at  North  Hickham,  Apr.  10, 
1711.   Perhaps  father  of  the  next.   {Lines.  Pedigrees,  874-) 

SHUTTLEWORTH,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Mag- 
dalene, Oct.  8,  1709.  S.  of  Edmund  (?  above).  B.  at  North 
Hickham,  Lines.  School,  Heighington,  Lines.  Matric.  1710; 
.  B.A.  1713-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Aug.  15;  priest  (Norwich) 
Dec.  1714.  P.C.  of  Barlings,  Lines.  C.  of  St  Peter-at-Arches, 
Lincoln.  V.  of  Crowle.  Buried  at  St  Swithin's,  Lincoln,  May 
23,  1717.   Will  proved,  July  4,  i7i7-   (J-  Parker.) 

SHUTTLEWORTH,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1714- 
S.  of  John,  of  Wimbledon,  Surrey.  Matric.  (Magdalen 
College,  Oxford)  Dec.  17,  1686,  age  15;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1690. 
V.  of  Obome,  1695-1750,  and  R.  of  Lillington,  Dorset, 
1695-1711.  R.  of  Fifield  Bavant,  Wilts.,  i7«i-.5o.  Canon  of 
Sanim,  1721-50.  R.  of  Preston,  Wilts.,  1721-50.  Died 
before  June  13,  1750.  Will  Cons.  C.  Sarum.  Father  of  the 
next.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SHUTTLEWORTH,  JOHN  HANKINS.  M.A.  from  Caius,  1730. 
S.  of  John  (above),  clerk,  of  Lillington,  Dorset.  Matric. 
(Exeter  College,  Oxford)  Mar.  19,  1718-9;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1722.  V.  of  Preston,  Dorset,  1726-52.  Died  Feb.  18,  1752, 
aged  50.   M.I.  at  Preston.   {Venn,  11.  33.) 

SHUTTLEWORTH,  LAURENCE.  B.D.  1583  (Incorp.  from 
Oxford).  2nd  s.  of  Hugh,  of  Gawthorp,  Lanes.  B.A.  (Univer- 
sity CoUege,  Oxford)  1574-5;  M.A.  1575(?);  B.C.L.  1578; 
B.D.  1582-3.  R.  of  Workington,  Cumberland,  1577-  R-  of 
Whichford,  Warws.,  1583.  Buried  Feb.  22,  1607-8.  Will, 
P.C.C.   (Burke,  L.G  ;  Al.  Oxon.;  Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1567-) 

SHUTTLEWORTH,  LIONEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Michs.  1610. 

SHUTTLEWORTH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pem- 
broke, Apr.  4,  1-37.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Gawthorp,  Lanes., 
Esq.  Matric.  1737.  Captain,  7th  Fusiliers.  Married 
Christiana,  dau.  of  William  Spencer,  of  Cannon  Hall,  Yorks. 
Died  Sept.  4,  1748.   (Foster,  Lanes.  Pedigrees.) 

SIBBALD,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  al  Peterhouse, 
May  23,  1696.  Of  Hertfordshire.  Probably  s.  of  James 
(1646),  R.  of  Clothall,  Herts.  School,  Watton-at-Stone, 
Herts,  (private).  Scholar,  1696;  Matric.  1697;  B.A.  1699- 
1700;  M.A.  1703.  Fellow,  1702.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1708. 
Ord.  priest  (Elv)  May  30,  1708.  R.  of  Hatfield,  Herts., 
1712-9.  Probably  brother  of  James  (1691).  {T.A.Walker, 
198.) 

SIBBALD,  JAMES.  M.A.  1628  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  (Not  in 
Al.  Oxon.)  Probably  ord.  deacon,  June  11,  1620;  'C.  of 
Snaith,  and  master  of  the  Grammar  School.'  Perhaps  V.  of 
St  James,  Clerkenwell,  Middlesex,  1631-5  (M.A.),  and  again, 
1641-60  (D.D.);  also  P.C.  of  Norwood,  1650.  (According  to 
W.  J.  Pinks,  Clerkenwell,  James  Sibbald,  D.D.,  minister  of 
Clerkenwell,  1641,  was  the  Royalist  Divine  who  attended 
James  Hamilton,  Earl  of  Cambridge  on  the  scaffold,  164 1.) 
One  James  Chibald  or  Sibbald,  M.A.  (Oxford)  1633,  suc- 
ceeded his  father  William  Chibald,  as  R.  of  St  Nicholas, 
Cole  Abbey,  Middlesex,  1641-61.  {Hennessy;  Pinks,  Clerken- 
well; Al.  Oxon.) 


SiBBALD,  James 

SIBBALLS,  JAMES.  Incorp.  from  St  Andrews,  1637.  (Possibly 
identical  with  the  Scottish  royalist  divine,  for  whom  see 
D.N.B.) 

SIBBALD,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  15,  1646. 
Of  London.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1646;  Scholar, 
1647;  B..\.  1649-50.   Doubtless  R.  of  ClothaU,  Herts.,  1665- 

1708.  Buried  there,  1708.  M.I.  WiU,  P.C.C.  Probably  father 
of  the  next  and  of  Charles  {1696).    (Clutterbuck,  iii.  506.) 

SIBBALD,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  7, 
1691.  Doubtless  s.  of  James  (above),  D.D.  (sic).  B.  at 
ClothaU,  Herts.  School,  Berkhampstead  (Mr  Wren).  Matric. 
1695.   Probably  brother  of  Charles  (1696). 

SIBBS,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Michs.  1632. 
S.  of  John,  of  Thurston,  Suffolk.  B.A.  1635-6.  Married 
Frances,  dau.  of  George  Hunt,  of  Saxham.  Will  proved 
(Bury)  July  16,  1673.  Father  of  Richard  (1661)  and  probably 
of  the  next  and  of  Robert  (1672).   [Vis.  of  Suff.,  1664.) 

SIBBS,  [JOHN].  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  i66o.  Doubt- 
less John,  s.  and  h.  of  John  (above).  Age  24  in  1664.  Brother 
of  Richard  (1661).   (Vis.  of  Suff.,  1664.) 

SIBBES,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 
ist  s.  of  Paul,  wheelwTight,  of  Suffolk.  B.  at  Tostock, 
Suffolk,  1577.  Bapt.  Jan.  6,  1579-80.  School,  Bury.  Scholar; 
B..A..  1598-9;  M.A.  1602;  B.D.  1610;  D.D.  from  St  Catha- 
rine's, 1627.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1601.  Taxor,  1608.  Master 
of  St  Catharine's,  1626-35.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Nonvich) 
Feb.  21,  1607-8,  age  27.  Lecturer  at  Trinity  Church,  Cam- 
bridge, 1610-5.  Preacher  at  Gray's  Inn,  1617-35.  Offered 
the  Provostship  of  Trinity  College,  Dublin,  1627,  but  declined 
it.  V^  of  Holy  Trinity,  Cambridge,  1633-5.  Author,  religious. 
Died  unmarried,  July  5,  1635.  WiU  (V.C.C).  (Cath.  Hist.; 
D.N.B.) 

SIBBS,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1661.  Doubtless  3rd  s.  of  John  (1632),  of  Thurston,  Suffolk, 
gent.  School,  Bury.  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  1668.  C.  of  Gt 
Ashfield,  Suffolk,  1671.  R.  of  Gedding,  1672-1738.  Died 
1738.  Doubtless  brother  of  John  (1660)  and  Robert  (1672). 
(Vis.  of  Suff.,  1664.) 

SIBBS,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  11, 
1711.  Doubtless  s.  of  Robert  (below).  B.  in  Norfolk,  1693. 
Matric.  1711,  'Gibbs';  B.A.  1716-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
June  16,  1717;  priest  (Norwich)  July,  1718.  R.  of  Baming- 
ham  Northwood,  Norfolk,  1721.  R.  of  Mannington,  1730-61. 
P.C.  of  Sustead,  1738-61. 

SIBBS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  May  13,  1672. 
Probably  4th  s.  of  John  (1632).  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6. 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1678;  priest.  Mar.  1678-9.  R. 
of  Bamingham  Northwood,  Norfolk,  1680-97.  Doubtless 
brother  of  Richard  (1661)  and  father  of  Richard  (above). 

SIBERCH,  JOHN.  University  Printer,  c.  1520-2.  Lived  in  the 
house  with  the  sign  Arma  Regia  on  ground  now  occupied 
by  Tree  Court  in  Gonville  and  Caius  College.  Probably 
from  Cologne.  Set  up  the  first  printing-press  at  Cambridge, 
c.  1520.  Well  known  to  scholars  then  at  Cambridge.  Men- 
tioned as  an  old  friend  by  Erasmus  in  a  letter  written  from 
Basel  in  1525  to  Robert  Aldrich,  of  Cambridge,  afterwards 
Bishop  of  Carlisle.  Claimed  to  be  the  first  printer  of  Greek 
in  England.   (Robert  Bowes,  Siberch;  D.N.B.) 

SIBERY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  26, 
1678.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman.  B.  at  Wickersley,  Yorks. 
School,  Rotherham  (Mr  Farrer).  Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1682-3. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1683. 

SIBESTON,  THOMAS  DE.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1351-60. 

SIBILL  or  SYBYLL,  NICHOLAS.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1437- 
66. 

SIBLEY,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  June  25, 

1709.  S.  of  Charles,  deceased.  B.  at  Derby.  School,  Horsley, 
Derbs.  (private).   Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1712-3. 

SIBLEY,  JEREMIAH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  26,  1631. 

Of   Hertfordshire.     Matric.    1631;    B.A.    1634.     Perhaps   a 

member  of  the  Sibley  family  of  Studham,  Herts,  (now  Beds.). 

Perhaps  brother  of  Thomas  (1629).  (Victoria  Co.  Hist.  Herts., 

II.  277.) 
SIBLEY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1605.    Of  Cambridgeshire.    B.A.    1609;   M.A.    1612.    Ord. 

priest  (Peterb.)  July  5,  1611. 
SIBLEY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  8,  1629. 

Of  Bedfordshire.    Matric.  1629;  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.   1636. 

One  of  these  names  buried  atHarlington,Beds.,Oct.20, 1665. 

Perhaps  brother  of  Jeremiah  (1631). 
SYBYLEY,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 

1544; B.A.  1545-6. 

SIBNAM,  GEORGE.   Incorp.  from  Oxford,  1501. 
SIBRIE  or  SIBERIE,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  23, 
1646.   Of  Yorkshire.   B.A.  1649-50. 


Sicklemore,  Richard 

SIBSEY,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1619.  Of  Norfolk.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mav  25,  1622; 
priest  (Norwich)  May  24,  1635,  'B.A.'  Perhaps  of  Wisbech, 
Cambs.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1656. 

SIBSY,  SIMON.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Lent,  1577-8. 

SIBSON,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1629. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Henry,  D.D.,  of  Cumberland.  B.A.  1632-3; 
M.A.  1636.  Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  June  1,  1634;  priest, 
Sept.  20,  1635.   Perhaps  brother  of  John  (1633). 

SIBSON,  JOHN.   B.A.  from  Christ's,  1578-9. 

SIBSON,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  18, 

1633.   2nd  s.  of  Henry,  D.D.,  R.  of  Bewcastle,  Cumberland. 

B.  there.    School,  Blencow  (Mr  Wilkinson).    Matric.  1633. 

Adm.  at  Gray's   Inn,   Nov.   5,   1635.    Perhaps  brother  of 

Henry  (1629). 

SIBSON,  RICHARD.  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1635-6.  Probably 
matric.  sizar  Easter,  1632,  'Simpson.'  Ord.  deacon  (Carlisle) 
June  4,  1637;  priest.  Mar.  i,  1639-40.  V.  of  Irthington, 
Cumberland,  1642-60,  and  V.  of  Troutbeck,  Westmorland, 
1656-9.  Died  1660.   (B.  Nightingale,  284,  1048.) 

SIBTHORPE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1578. 

SIBTHORPE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens', 
Michs.  1580.  Perhaps  identical  with  the  pamphleteer  of  these 
names.  If  so,  Justice  of  the  King's  Bench  in  Ireland,  1607- 
32.  M.P.  for  Newtown,  Limavaddy,  1613-5.  Knighted  in 
Ireland,  May  3,  1618.  Died  1632.   (D.N.B.) 

SIBTHORPE,  GERVASE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  23,  1642. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Gervase,  of  Laneham,  Notts.  Bapt.  there, 
Apr.  1,  1624.  Matric.  1642.  Of  St  Mark's,  Lincoln.  Married 
Judith,  dau.  of  Mark  Riggall,  and  widow  of  Benjamin 
Marshall,  of  Lincoln.  WiU  dated,  Apr.  16,  1703;  proved. 
May  29,  1704.   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  8yy;  Burke,  L.G.) 

SIBTHORPE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  June  5, 
1642.  S.  of  John.  School,  Stamford  (Mr  Humphry). 
Matric.  1643;  B.A.  1645-6. 

SIBTHORPE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1571;  Scholar,  1575;  B..^.  I57&-7;  M.A.  1580.  FeUow,  1579. 
Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Nov,  21,  1582.  V.  of 
Trumpington,  Cambs.,  until  1584.  V.  of  Bampton,  Oxon., 
1591.  R.  of  North  Cadbury,  Somerset,  1593-1623.  Died 
1623. 

SIBTHORPE,  ROBERT.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  Easter,  1614; 
B..^.  16x5-6;  M.A.  1619;  B.D.  1627.  FeUow,  1617.  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1619.  (There  is  considerable  difficulty  in  dis- 
tinguishing this  man  from  contemporary  namesakes.  Ap- 
parently he  is  not  identical  with  the  Northamptonshire 
divine,  who  was  already  B.A.  when  ordained  at  Peterborough 
in  1606.  The  M.I.  of  Robert  Sibthorpe,  D.D.,  at  Burton 
Latimer  (Bridges,  11.  225)  describes  him  as  of  Lincoln  CoUege, 
Oxford;  but  in  Al.  Oxon.  he  is  identified  with  the  bishop  of 
Limerick.  Possibly  our  man  is  the  son  of  Robert  (above). 
If  so,  previously  adm.  at  Balliol  CoUege,  Oxford.  Matric. 
there,  July  6,  1613,  agei8.  Fos/«',  however,  does  not  identify 
the  BaUiol  student  with  the  Cambridge  man,  incorporated 
in  1619,  but  assumes  that  two  men  are  involved.)  One  of  these 
names  V.  of  Hammoon,  Dorset,  1629-31.  (Al.  Oxon.; 
Bridges,  11.  225;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

SIBTHORPE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse, 
Easter,  i6o8;  B..A.  1611-2;  M.A.  1615.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.) 
Dec.  18,  1614.  R.  of  St  John,  Stamford,  Lines.,  1615-25. 
R.  of  Wilksby,  1631. 

SIBTHORPE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1582;  Scholar,  1584;  B.A.  1585-6;  M.A.  1589. 

SICKELMORE,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1622;  B.A.  1625-6. 

SICKLEMORE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1628. 
Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  John,  of  Ipswich  (and  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Fettiplace,  of  Berkshire).  B.A.  1631.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  14,  1633.  M.P.  forSuffolk,  1654-55,  1656-8; 
for  Harwich,  1659;  for  Ipswich,  1661-70.  Recorder  of 
Ipswich,  1660.  Married  (i)  Anne,  dau.  of  Philip  Bedingfield, 
of  Norfolk;  (2)  Martha,  dau.  of  Nicholas  Bacon,  of  Shrub- 
land,  Suffolk.  Died  1670.  Buried  at  Bramford.  Brother  of 
Jonathan  (1645)  and  Samuel  (1636-7).  (Vis.  of  Suffolk, 
1664.) 

SICLEMORE,  lOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  6,  1637-8. 
Of  Suffolk."  Matric.  1637-8. 

SICKLEMORE,  JONATHAN,  .^dm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare,  Aug. 
9,  1645.  S.  of  John,  of  Tuddenham  St  Martin,  and  of 
Ipswich.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  15,  1638-g. 

SICLAMORE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall, 
Easter,  1549. 


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SiCKLEMORE,  SaMUEL 

SICKLEMORE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Clare, 
Feb.  15,  1636-7.  Of  Suffolk.  5th  s.  of  John,  of  Ipswich. 
Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1640-1.  Migrated  to  Peterhouse,  Dec.  i, 
1641.  Scholar  there,  1641-2.  Brother  of  John  (1628)  and 
Jonathan  (1645).   (T.  A.  Walker,  73.) 

SICKLEMORE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 

1560;   B.A.    1563-4;   M.A.    1567.     Fellow,    1565-72.     Ord. 

deacon  (Ely)  May  26, 1566.  R.  of  Slaidbum,  Yorks.,  1576-85. 

Died  1585. 
SICKLEMORE,   THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,   (age   15)   at  Sidney, 

Feb.  27,  1622-3.   S.  of  John,  clothier.   Bapt.  Nov.  15,  1609, 

at  St  Lawrence,  Ipswich.    School,  Ipswich.    Matric.   1623. 

Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  10,  1626.    Married  Frances,  dau. 

of  Thomas  Whitcomb,  of  London,  linendraper. 

SICKLING,  JOHN.  B.A.  1481-2;  M.A.  1485.  FeUow  of  Corpus 
Christi,  1488-1505.  Proctor,  1491-2,  1500-1.  Last  Master 
of  God's  House,  1495,  and  first  Master  of  Christ's,  1506. 
Much  employed  in  University  business.  V.  of  Fen  Drayton, 
Cambs.,  1496.  Died  June  9,  1507.  WiU  (V.C.C).  {Peile, 
I-  4). 

SICKLING, .   M.Gram.  1481-2.   Perhaps  John  (above). 

SIDAY  or  SYDAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  1620-1. 
S.  of  William,  gent.  School,  Newport,  Essex  (Mr  Woode). 
Matric.  1620-1;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Probably  ord. 
priest  (Winchester)  Apr.  22,  1636.  R.  of  Lamarsh,  Esse.x, 
1637,  and  of  Beauchamp  Roding,  1642-89.  'A  godly 
preaching  minister,'  in  1650.  Died  Apr.  19,  1689,  aged  84. 
M.I.  at  Beauchamp  Roding.  Father  of  John  (1678-9). 
{Venn,  i.  252.) 

SIDAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Sept.  15,  1623.  Of  Esse.x. 
Matric.  1623;  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631. 

SYDAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  23,  1677.  Of 
Suffolk.   Matric.  1677. 

SIDAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Mar.  11,  1679-80- 
S.  of  John  (1620-1),  R.  of  Beauchamp  Roding,  Essex.  B. 
there.  Schools,  Chipping  Ongar  and  Felsted.  Matric.  1680; 
Scholar,  1680-7;  B.A.  1683-4;  M.A.  1687.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Sept.  25,  1687;  priest,  June,  1688.  C.  of  Beau- 
champ Roding,  1687;  succeeded  his  father  as  R.  there, 
1689-1704.  Married  Mary  Peach,  of  High  Ongar,  June  8, 
1687.  Died  1704.  Will  (Archd.  Essex)  1705.  Father  of  John 
(1710).   (Venn,  i.  464.) 

SIDEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  13,  1682. 
Of  Deptford,  Kent.  Matric.  1685-6;  B.A.  1686-7;  M.A. 
1690;  B.D.  1697.  Fellow,  1690-1709.  Junior  Proctor, 
1694-5.   Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  14,  1702-3. 

SIDAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May  16,  1710. 
S.  of  John  (1679-80),  R.  of  Beauchamp  Roding,  Essex. 
B.  there.  School,  Felsted.  Scholar,  1710-1;  Matric.  1711; 
LL.B.  1715.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  23,  1716;  priest, 
Dec.  1720.  R.  of  Beauchamp  Roding,  Essex,  1720-52.  Died 
there  1752.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1753-   (Peile,  11.  i74-) 

SIDAY,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  11,  1612.  Of 
Essex. 

SYDAY,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Lent,  1577-8. 
Of  Essex.  B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Sept.  29;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1599,  age  30.  R.  of  Carlton-by- 
Langley,  Norfolk,  1599. 

SIDAY,  WILLIAM.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse  in  1406.  Perhaps 
R.  of  South  Shoebury,  Essex,  till  1390. 

SYDAY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1579. 

SIDDALL,  see  also  SYDALL. 

SIDDALL,  ADAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1589; 
B.A.  1592-3;  M.A.  from  King's,  1596.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Oct.  18,  1594;  priest,  July  29,  1599.  R.  of  Knapwell,  Cambs., 
1605-13.   Buried  there  Oct.  21,  1613. 

SIDDALL,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1602. 
Doubtless  s.  of  John,  R.  of  Little  Peatling,  Leics.,  1574. 
B.  there.  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  1611.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
June,  1612,  age  24;  priest  (York,  for  Lincoln)  May  26,  1616. 
V.  of  Kensworth,  Herts.,  1615-45,  ejected.  Died  same  year. 
Doubtless  brother  of  William  (1596-7).   (Peile,  i.  242.) 

SIDDALL,  MICHAEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  2, 
1630-1.  S.  of  WiUiam,  baker,  of  Micklegate,  York.  B.  at 
York.  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638.  R.  of  Kirkling- 
ton,  Yorks.,  1644-9.  V.  of  Catterick,  1645-58.  Founded  the 
Free  School  at  Catterick.  Buried  there  Jan.  8,  1658-9. 
M.I.  (Peile,  1.  406;  H.  B.  McCall,  Richmondshire  Churches, 
34.) 

SIDOLL,  RALPH.   M.Gram.  1458-9. 

SIDDALL,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  King's,  1680-1. 

SIDDALL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  1596-7. 
Of  Leicestershire.  Doubtless  s.  of  John,  R.  of  Little  Peatling, 


SiGNORET,  John 

Leics.,  1574.  B.A.  1600-1;  M.A.  1604;  B.D.  1612.  Fellow, 
1607.  C.  of  Toft,  Cambs.,  1604-7.  Resided  in  College  till 
the  beginning  of  the  Civil  War.  Disappeared  (perhaps  by 
death)  after  1642  and  before  1644.  Doubtless  brother  of 
John  (1602).   (Peile,  i.  223.) 

SYDALL, .   B.Civ.L.  1529-30. 

SIDDON,  see  SEDDON. 

SIDDOWN,  ABRAHAM,  see  SNODEN. 

SIDEBOTTOM,  SAMUEL.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1718.  S.  of 
Samuel,  of  Oldham,  Lanes.,  gent.  Matric.  (Brasenose 
College,  Oxford)  June  22,  1709,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1712-3.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Mar.  1713-4.  R.  of  Middleton, 
Lanes.,  1714-52.  Died  May  22,  1752.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SIDGWICK,  see  SEDGWICK. 

SIDLEY,  see  also  SEDLEY. 

SIDLEY,  Sir  CHARLES,  Bart.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus, 
Aug.  31,  1714.  Of  Derbyshire.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Charles,  Knt., 
of  Southfleet,  Kent.  Matric.  1715.  Succeeded  his  grand- 
father Sir  Charles  Sedley  (the  dramatist)  in  the  family 
estates  in  Kent,  Aug.  20,  1701.  Created  Bart.,  July  10,  1702. 
Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  WiUiam  Frith.  Died  Feb.  18, 
1729-30,  at  Nuthall,  Notts.   (G.E.C.,  iv.  187.) 

SYDLEY  or  SIDAY,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel, 
Jan.  16,  1591-2,  as  Sidley.  Matric.  c.  1592. 

SIDLEY,  ISAAC.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1655.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  John,  Bart.,  of  Great  Chart,  Kent. 
M.A.  1635-6  (Lit.  Reg.).  Succeeded  as  3rd  Bart.  Nov.  1673. 
Knighted  Aug.  9,  1641.  Married  as  his  second  wife,  Cicely, 
dau.  of  John  Marsh,  of  Lincoln's  Inn.  Died  before  1695. 
(G.E.C.,  I.  173-) 

SIDLEY  or  SEDLEY,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1586  (Incorp.  from 
Oxford).  S.  of  John,  of  Southfleet,  Kent,  Esq.  Matric.  (Hart 
Hall,  Oxford)  1574,  age  16;  B.A.  (Balliol  College,  Oxford) 
1574-5;  M.A.  1577.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  11,  1576. 
Barrister-at-law,  1584.  Treasurer,  1608.  Knighted,  July  30, 
1605.  Created  Bart.,  June  29,  1611.  Foimder  of  the  Sidleian 
professorship  of  Natural  Philosophy  at  Oxford.  Married 
Elizabeth,  Dowager  Baroness  Abergavenny.  Died  Feb.  27, 
1618.  Buried  at  Southfleet.  Will,  1619.  (Al.  Oxon.;  G.E.C., 
I-  73-) 

SIDNEY,  see  SYDNEY. 

SIDNOR,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1595-6. 
2nd  s.  of  William  (1557-8),  of  Blundeston,  Suffolk.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  15,  1598,  late  of  Staple  Inn.  Living,  1613. 
Brother  of  William  and  Paul  (1595-6),  half-brother  of  the 
next.   (Suckling,  i.  311;  Peile,  i.  219.) 

SYDNOR,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1578. 
S.  and  h.  oi  William  (1557-8),  of  Blundeston,  Suffolk. 
Married  and  had  issue.  Died  Dec.  10,  1612  (?  1611).  Half- 
brother  of  the  next,  Francis  (above)  and  William  (1595-6). 
(Suckling,  I.  311.) 

SIDNOR  or  SYDNOR,  PAUL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 
1595-6.  3rd  s.  of  William  (1557-8),  of  Blundeston,  Suffolk. 
Probably  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  27,  1599,  Sydney; 
of  Staple  Inn.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1606,  Sydnor.  Brother  of 
William  (1595-6)  and  Francis  (1595-6).   (Suckling,  1.  311.) 

SIDNORE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1683. 
Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1686-7.  Perhaps  R.  of 
Hempstead,  Norfolk,  and  also  V.  of  Honingham. 

SYDNOR,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Gonville  Hall, 
Mar.  1557-8.  Owner  of  the  Manor  of  Blundeston,  Suffolk, 
in  1570.  Married  as  his  2nd  wife,  Bridget,  dau.  of  John 
Jemegan,  of  Belton,  Lines.,  Esq.  Died  Aug.  26,  1613. 
Buried  at  Blundeston.  Father  of  the  next,  Francis  (1595-6), 
Paul  (r595-6)  and  Henry  (1578).  (Copinger,  v.  11;  Suckling, 
I.  311.) 

SIDNOR,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1595-6. 
3rd  s.  of  William  (above),  of  Blundeston,  Suffolk.  Of  Belton, 
Lines.,  afterwards  of  Norwich.  Married  Margaret,  dau.  of 
Edward  Duke,  of  Kelsall,  Suffolk.  Brother  of  Francis 
(1595-6),  etc.  (Peile,  i.  219.) 

SIDWELL,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Feb.  23, 
1721-2; 'Grecian' from  Christ's  Hospital.  S.  of  John.  B.  at 
Bampton,  Oxford.  (According  to  Christ's  Hospital  Register 
his  father,  John,  was  citizen  and  cooper,  of  St  Mary,  Rother- 
hithe.  B.  Nov.  12,  1705.)  Matric.  1721-2;  B.A.  1725-6; 
M.A.  1729.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  16;  priest,  Sept.  22, 
1728.  R.  of  Welton,  Lines.,  1728.  V.  of  South  Elkington, 
1728.   (A.  W.  Lockhart.) 

SIFFON(?),  W.   Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1571. 

SIGAR,  HENRY,  see  SEAGAR. 

SIGNORET,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse,  Apr. 
28,  1712.  Of  Saffron  Walden,  Essex.  School,  Canterbury. 
Matric.  1712.   Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  27,  1716. 


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SiGO,  William 

SIGO,  WILLIAM.  M.Gram.  1472-3-  Pens,  at  Gonville  Hall, 
1506-9.  Founder  of  a  scholarship  at  Gonville  Hall.  (Cooper, 
I.  II.) 

SIGRAVE,  see  SEAGRAVE. 

SIKES,  see  SYKES. 

SILBY,  see  SELBY. 

SILKE,  ANGEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  7,  i746-  S.  of 
Angel.  B.  at  Sonning  Hill,  Berks.,  Feb.  1726-7.  Colleger 
at  Eton,  1736-44.  Matric.  1746;  B.A.  1749-50.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  June  2,  1751;  priest  (London)  June  9,  i754-  V.  of 
Good  Easter,  Essex,  1762.  R.  of  Assington,  1764.  One  of 
these  names  of  Stebbing,  Essex,  clerk;  will  (P.C.C.)  1796. 

SILK,  JAMES.  M.A.  1730.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Cullompton, 
Devon.  Matric.  (New  Inn  Hall,  Oxford)  May  17,  1708,  age 
21;  B..A.  (All  Souls,  Oxford)  1712.  V.  of  Bridgerule,  Devon, 
1713.  R.  of  Buckland  Filleigh,  1717.  R.  of  North  Lew, 
1737.   Will  (Exeter)  1755.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SILKE,  JOHN.  Entered  as  scholar  at  Caius  in  the  lists  Lady 
Day,  1582-Michs.  1584.  Janitor  {i.e.  porter)  of  the  College. 
He  brought  an  action  for  defamation  of  character  against 
one  R.  Woodhouse,  in  1587.  Buried  at  St  Michael's, 
Cambridge,  Feb.  23,  1607-8.   (Venn,  1.  113.) 

SILKE,  SIMON.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  8,  1591.  Of 
Huntingdonshire. 

SILKE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Dec.  13, 
1668.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Cambridge,  carpenter.  Matric.  1669; 
B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  1674; 
priest  (London)  Sept.  23,  1677.  V.  of  St  Ippolitt's,  Herts., 
1677-85.  Died  1685. 

SILL  or  SYLL,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney, 
May  II,  i68g.  ist  s.  of  Christopher,  R.  of  East  Donyland, 
Essex.  B.  there.  School,  Brentwood.  Matric.  1689;  B.A. 
1692-3;  M.A.  1696.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  18,  1698; 
priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  22,  1700. 

SILL,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  May  2, 
1691.  S.  of  Tobias.  B.  at  Wakefield,  Yorks.  School,  Wake- 
field. Matric.  1691;  B.A.  1694-5;  M.A.  1698.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  25,  1698;  priest.  May  31,  1702.  C.  of  Bulwick, 
Northants.,  1698.  Lecturer  at  Wakefield  parish  church, 
1702-31.  Governor  of  the  school.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of 
Rev.  William  Heron,  R.  of  Hoyland,  Yorks.,  Mar.  26,  1706. 
Died  Dec.  28,  1 73 1.  Buried  at  Horbury.  Father  of  the  next. 
(M.  H.  Peacock.) 

SILL,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Nov.  5,  1742.  S.  of 
Daniel  (above),  clerk,  deceased,  of  Yorkshire.  Bapt.  Aug.  i, 
1726,  at  Horbury.  School,  Wakefield.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

SILL,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  June  30, 
1658.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman,  of  EUell,  Lanes.  B.  there. 
Bapt.  Feb.  11,  1637-8.  School,  Ellell.  Adm.  at  Trinity 
CoUege,  Dublin,  Jan.  16,  1659-60,  'aged  22  more  or  less.' 
Nonconformist  preacher  at  Eccles,  Lanes.  Buried  June  10, 
1689.  Will  (Chester)  1689;  of  Salford,  clerk.   (E.  Axon.) 

SILL,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1629;  B.A. 
1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  Probably  minister  of  Cressingham, 
Lanes.,  1646-50.  Died  before  Jan.  1651-2. 

SILL,  MILES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1586.  Of 
Yorkshire.  B.A.  1590-1;  M.A.  1594;  B.D.  from  St  Catha- 
rine's, 1601.  Fellow  of  St  Catharine's.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Apr.  8,  1596.  R.  of  Wetherden,  Suffolk,  1600-4.  R-  of 
Wrestlingworth,  Beds.,  1607-32.  Buried  there  July  20,  1632. 

SILL  or  SILLS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  g, 
1653.  Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1653;  Scholar,  1655;  B.A. 
1656-7;  M.A.  1662.  V.  of  Addingham,  Cumberland,  1668-73. 
Preb.  of  Carlisle,  1668-81.  V.  of  Bromfield,  1673-81.  V.  of 
Torpenhow,  1673-81.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1678-81.  Arch- 
deacon of  Colchester,  1678-81.  R.  of  St  Augustine's, 
Watling  Street,  London,  1680-7.  Chaplain  to  the  Bishop 
of  London.  Preb.  of  Westminster,  1681-7.  Author,  sermons. 
Died  June,  1687.  Buried  in  St  .Augustine's.  Will  proved 
(P.C.C.)  July  7,  1687.  Father  of  the  next.  (B.  Nightingale, 
582;  Hennessy;  Le  Neve,  Fasti,  in.  362,  where  the  date  of 
death  is  wrong.) 

SILL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Magdalene,  Mar.  25, 
1700.  S.  of  William  (above),  late  Canon  of  Westminster. 
School,  Appleby.   Matric.  1700;  B.A.  1703-4. 

SILLESBY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  22,  1633. 
S.  of  Matthew,  gent.  Bapt.  at  AU  Saints',  Northampton, 
Apr.  12,  1618.  Matric.  1633;  B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640;  B.D. 
1647.  Intruded  fellow  of  Queens',  1644-50.  Proctor,  1644-5. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1649.  Buried  at  St  Antholin's,  London, 
Oct.  21,  1650.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1650.  Benefactor  to  Queens' 
College.   Brother  of  the  next.   (J.  G.  Bartlett.) 

SILLESBY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Nov.  15,  1644. 
S.  of  Matthew,  of  Northampton,  gent.  Bapt.  at  All  Saints', 
Dec.  16,  1621.  B.A.  1648.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1648.  M.A. 
(Oxford)   1649-50.    Incorp.  at  Cambridge,   1652.    Died  at 


SiMcoTTs,  George 

West  Thurrock,  Essex,  Sept.  1653.  Nunc,  will  (P.C.C.)  1653. 
Brother  of  Samuel  (above).   (J.  G.  Bartlett.) 
SILLET,  CHRISTOPHER.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1584.  Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1587-8;  M.A.  1591. 
SILLET,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Nov.  1589.  Of  Sufiolk. 

Matric.  c.  1591. 
SILLET,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  4, 
1669-70.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Horningsheath,  Suffolk. 
School,  Bury  (Mr  Leeds).  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A. 
1677.  Died  July  10,  1687,  aged  34.  Buried  at  Hornings- 
heath. Will  proved  (Bury)  Sept.  9,  1687.  (Peile,  II.  27.) 
SILLET,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1597; 
B.A.  1600-1.  Perhaps  M.A.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Nor- 
wich) Sept.  21,  1607,  'M.A.,'  age  30.  C.  of  Watlington. 

SILLITOE,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  ptas.  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
May  9,  1667.  S.  of  Randolph  (next),  deceased,  of  Church 
Lawton,  Cheshire.  B.  there.  School,  Broughton,  Cheshire. 
Matric.  1667. 

SILLITO,  RANDOLPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  25, 
1627-8.  S.  of  Andrew.  B.  at  Audley,  Staffs.  School,  Audley 
(Mr  Croxton  and  Mr  Dyke).  Matric.  1628.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lichfield)  Dec.  1630.  R.  of  Lawton,  Cheshire,  c.  1640-3; 
sequestered;  occurs  again,  1648.  Buried  there  Aug.  30,  1662, 
as  rector.  Will  (Chester)  1662.  Father  of  Matthew  (above). 
(Peile,  I.  389;  E.  Axon.) 

SILLOTT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  21, 
1640.  S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Bardwell,  Suffolk  (and 
Margaret,  sister  of  Sir  Charles  Crofts).  Bapt.  there,  Jan.  31, 
1621-2.  School,  Diss,  Norfolk  (private).  Matric.  1640. 
Migrated  to  Caius,  Feb.  17,  1640-1.  B.A.  1643-4;  M.A.  1647- 
Mentioned  in  the  will  of  his  uncle,  Sir  Charles  Crofts,  Aug.  31, 
1657.  One  of  these  names  M.P.  for  Bodmin,  1660.  Died 
Apr.  II,  1672.   (Venn,  i.  341.) 

SILLY,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  Sept.  i, 
1729.  S.  of  John,  of  Helland,  Cornwall,  gent.  One  of  these 
names  of  Lanevir,  Cornwall,  clerk.  Admon.  (Exeter)  1739. 

SILVERLOCK,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
May  18,  1658.  S.  of  James,  of  Stifford,  Essex,  gent.  School, 
Brentwood  (Mr  Bumhard).  Matric.  1658;  B.A.  1661-2; 
M.A.  1665.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669.  Signed  for  deacon's 
orders  (London)  June  9;  priest's,  Dec.  22,  1666.  R.  of  West 
Tilbury,  Essex,  1669-81.  R.  of  Little  Thurrock,  1670-81. 
Buried  at  Stifford,  Nov.  1681. 

SILVERTOP,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Sept. 
21,  1678.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Ely,  Cambs.  School,  Ely. 
Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A.  1686.  Head  Master,  Ely 
Cathedral  School.  Minor  canon  of  Ely.  Died  Apr.  14,  1699, 
aged  38.   (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  v.  195.) 

SILVERWOOD,  BENJAMIN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July, 
1678;  B.A.  1681.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Mar.  1681-2;  priest 
(Lincoln)  Mar.  15,  1684-5;  C.  of  Corringham,  Lines.  V.  of 
Upton,  1690.  V.  of  Stow;  'poeta  ebriosus.'  (Bishop's  Vis.; 
Peile,  II.  68.) 

SILVERWOOD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1633;  B.A.  1637;  M.A.  1642.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  25, 
1642.  Sequestered  to  R.  of  Little  Burstead,  Essex,  1646; 
gone  by  1650.   V.  of  Codicote,  Herts.,  1654.   (H.  Smith.) 

SILVESTER,  see  SYLVESTER. 

SIM,  see  also  SIMMES. 

SIM,ICHABOD.  B.A.  of  Magdalene.  Willproved(V.C.C.)  1588. 

SYM,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  June  14,  1642. 
S.  of  George,  Esq.  B.  at  Danby,  Yorks.  Schools,  .Allerton 
and  Coxwold.  Matric.  1645;  B.A.  1647-8.  M..A.  from 
Christ's,  1670.  Perhaps  R.  of  Goxhill-in-Holdemess,  1662- 
89.  Chaplain  to  Christopher,  Duke  of  Albemarle.  R.  of 
Langton,  near  New  Malton,  1670-90.   (Peile,  11.  27.) 

SIMCOCK,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  St  John's,  May  25, 
1717.  S.  of  John,  husbandman,  of  Cheshire.  B.  at  Middle- 
wich.   School,  Macclesfield  (Mr  Denham).   Matric.  1717. 

SYMCOCKS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John'.s,  Sept. 
12,  1687.  S.  of  John,  husbandman.  B.  at  Whitechurch, 
Salop.  School,  Oundlc  (Mr  Speed).   Matric.  1688. 

SIMCOE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  1713.  S.  of  William 
(?next).  Matric.  1713;  Scholar,  1716;  B.A.  1716-7.  Ord. 
deacon  (Carlisle)  Dec.  1717;  priest  (York)  Sept.  1719.  V.  of 
Tadcaster,  Yorks.,  1725-34.  Buried  there  Nov.  24,  1734. 
(Peile,  II.  181.) 

SIMCOE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  5, 
1672.  S.of  George,  of  Cheshire.  School,  Bunbury  (Mr  Hoole). 
Matric.  1674-5,  and  again,  as  pens,  soon  after;  B.A.  1675-6. 
V.  of  Long  Horsley,  Northumberland,  1692.  Died  June  i8, 
1714.   Perhaps  father  of  John  (above).   (Peile,  11.  41.) 

SYMCOTTS,  GEORGE.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1648.  B.  in  London,  1631.  Matric.  1648;  B.A.  1651-2;  M.A. 
1655.  Fellow,  1651-3.  Died  soon  after  1655. 


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SiMcoTTs,  John 

SYMKOTT,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  II,  1544.  Of  London.  Matric.  1544.  Off,  in  1546. 
Probably  brother  of  William  (i545)- 

SIMCOTES,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  1608.  S.  of 
John,  of  Sutton,  Beds.  Matric.  1610;  B.A.  1611-2;  M.A. 
1615;  M.D.  from  King's,  1636.   Brother  of  the  next. 

SIMCOTES,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  i5o8. 
S.  of  John,  of  Sutton,  Beds.  Matric.  1610;  B.A.  1611-2; 
M.A.  1615.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  25;  priest,  Sept.  26, 
1614.  R.  of  Wicken,  Northants.,  1625-8.  R.  of  Sandy,  Beds., 
1628-39.  Buried  there  Feb.  5,  1638-9.  Will  proved,  Feb.  14, 
1638-9;  mentions  s.  William  (?  1649).  (Geneal.  Bedford, 
248.) 

SYMKOTT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  14,  1545.  Of  London.  Matric.  1545.  OS,  in 
1547-8.   Probably  brother  of  John  (1544). 

SIMCOTS,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1588.  Of  Lincolnshire.  Doubtless  s.  of  William,  of  Louth. 
Bapt.  there,  Jan.  5,  1569-70.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Robert 
Smith,  of  Lincohi.  Buried  July  9,  1621.  (Lines.  Pedigrees, 
879.) 

SYMCOTTS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Sept.  21,  1649. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Robert  (i6o8),  R.  of  Sandy.  Of  Bedfordshire. 
Matric.  1650;  Scholar,  1651;  B.A.  1653-4;  M.A.  1657.  Prob- 
ably father  of  the  next. 

SYMCOTTS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Jan.  3,  1683-4. 
Doubtless  s.  of  WiUiam  (above),  of  Clifton,  Beds.  Bapt.  there, 
Apr.  15,  1666.   Matric.  1685;  B.A.  1687-8. 

SIMEON  or  SYMEON,  AYMER.  '  King's  Scholar'  at  Cambridge, 
1326.   S.  of  Percival,  King's  Serjeant. 

SIMEON,  GEOFFREY.  B.D.  1504-5  (Incorp.  from  Oxford); 
D.D.  1504-5.  Proctor  (Oxford)  1478.  Dean  of  the  chapel 
royal.  Chancellor  of  Lincoln,  1 485-1 506.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's, 
1494-1508.  Canon  of  Windsor,  1501.  Dean  of  Chichester, 
1504-8.  Preb.  of  York,  1504-8.  Dean  of  Lincoln,  1506-8. 
R.  of  Wheathampstead,  Herts.  V.  of  Colerne,  Wilts.  Died 
Aug.  21,  1508.  Buried  in  Charterhouse,  London.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1508; 'of  Whethamstead,  Charterhouse,  etc'  (H.  G. 
Harrison;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

SIMISTER,  RALPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Sept.  30, 
1742.   Of  Stockport,  Cheshire.  Matric.  i743;  B.A.  1746-7. 

SIMKIN,  CHARLES.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1637. 

Of   Leicestershire.     B.A.    1640-1.     Ord.    deacon    (Lincoln) 

June  5,  1642;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1643.    Doubtless  intruding 

V.  of  Yelvertoft,  Northants.,  1649-60.    R.  of  Waldringfield, 

Suffolk,  1660. 
SIMKIN,  ROBERT.  B.A.  1511-2;  M.A.  1514. 
SIMPKIN,  SIMON.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  i486. 

Ord.  acolyte  (Lincoln)  Dec.  22,  1487. 
SIMKINS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1570. 
SIMKYNS,  WALTER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1565. 

SIMKINSON, .  B.A.  1478. 

SIMMS,  EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  i,  1646. 

Matric.  1647;  B.A.  1650-1;  M.A.  froip  King's,  1654.    V.  of 

Steeple  Bumpstead,  Essex,  1655-62,  ejected.    Died  before 

1678.   Father  of  the  next. 
SIMMS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  25, 

1678.  S.  of  Edward  (above),  clerk,  deceased.   B.  at  Steeple 

Bumpstead,  Essex.   School,  Felsted. 
SIMES,   FRANCIS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  4,   1746.    Of 

Mansfield,  Notts.   Matric.  1746;  Scholar,  1747;  LL.B.  1756. 

Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  23,   1755.    V.  of  Ruddington, 

Notts. 
SYMNYS,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  1545.   One  John 

Symes,  of  London  diocese,  clerk.   Admon.  (P.C.C.)  Jan.  28, 

1572-3- 
SIMMS,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Apr.  25,  1711. 

B.  Feb.   13,   1695-6.    School,  Merchant  Taylors'.    Matric. 

1712;  B.A.  1714-5;  M.A.  1718.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June 

15,  1717;  priest  (London)  Feb.  22,  1718-9.   P.C.  of  Bromley, 

Kent,  1739-44.    R.  of  Woolwich,  1739-42.    R.  of  Wimpole, 

Cambs.,   1740-3.    Chaplain  to  Bishop  Wilcocks,  whom  he 

succeeded  as  chaplain  to  the  British  Factory  at  Lisbon. 

Preb.  of  St  Paul's,   1748-76.    Preb.  of  Lincoln,   1748-66. 

V.  of  East  Ham,  Essex,  1756.   R.  of  St  John's,  Westminster. 

Author,  sermons.   Buried  May  4,  1776,  at  East  Ham.   Will, 

Apr.  1776.   (Cath.  Hist.,  11.  18;  H.  I.  Longden.) 
SYMMES,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 

1552- 
SYMMS  or  SYMME,   RICHARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare, 

Easter,  1582;  B.A.  1585-6.   One  of  these  names  s.  and  h.  of 

Thomas,    of    Daventry,    Northants.     {Vis.    of  Northants., 

1618-9.) 


SiMONDs,  Henry 

SYMMES  or  SYM,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter, 
1577;  B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584;  B.D.  1591.  FeUow.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  5,  1586-7.  Beneficed  in 
Kent.  Doubtless  father  of  the  next  and  Zechariah  (1617). 

SIMMES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1619. 
Doubtless  s.  of  William  (above).  Matric.  1619;  B.A.  1622-3; 
M.A.  1626.  V.  of  Harlington,  Beds.,  1627-38.  Married,  at 
Harlington,  Mary  Crawley,  May  17,  1627.  Brother  of 
Zechariah  (1617). 

SIMMES,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1632;  B.A.  1634;  M.A.  1638.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  9, 
1639.  Perhaps  V.  of  Knighton,  Leics.  Died  Aug.  9,  1669. 
Admon.  (Leicester)  1669. 

SYMES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Queens',  Oct.  24, 
1677.  Of  Middlesex.  School,  Dulwich.  Matric.  1677-8;  B.A. 
168 1-2;  M.A.  (BaUiol  CoUege,  Oxford)  1684.  Master  of 
Southwark  School,  c.  1700.  V.  of  Chislet,  Kent,  1686-91, 
deprived.  R.  of  Rand  with  Fulnetby,  Lines.,  1716.  Licensed 
Apr.  12,  1688,  to  marry  Beatrice  Hooker,  of  St  Giles-in-the- 
Fields,  London.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SYMMES,  ZECHARIAH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  25, 
1617.  Doubtless  s.  of  William  (i577)-  B.  at  Canterbury, 
Apr.  5,  1599.  Matric.  1617;  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624. 
Lecturer  at  St  Antholin's,  London,  1621-5,  resigned  owing 
to  persecution  in  the  Bishops'  Courts.  R.  of  Dunstable, 
1625-32.  Went  to  New  England  with  his  wife  and  family, 
1634.  Settled  at  Charlestown,  Mass.  Ordained  there  as 
teacher  of  the  Church  and  Colleague  of  Rev.  Thomas  James, 
1634.  Disputes  arose  and  an  ecclesiastical  council  was  called 
to  settle  the  difficulty — and  Mr  James  departed.  Became 
pastor  of  the  Charlestown  Church,  1638-71.  Married,  at 
St  Saviour's,  Southwark,  Surrey,  to  Sarah  Baker,  Aug.  13, 
1622.  Died  Jan.  28,  1670-1,  aged  71.  Brother  of  William 
(1619).   (J.  G.  Bartlett.) 

SIMES, .   B.Can.L.  1483-4- 

SIMONDS,  BARNABAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  July  5. 
1742.  S.of  Barnabas, scrivener,  of  Kelsale,  Suffolk.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Kelsale  (his  father)  and  Bury  (Mr  Kynnesman). 
Scholar,  1742-7.  Matric.  1743;  B.A.  1745-6.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Sept.  21,  1746;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1748-  R-  of 
Thorington,  1758-82.  Master  of  Kelsale  School.  Married, 
at  Kelsale,  Elizabeth  Brown,  of  Benhall,  Oct.  11,  i753- 
Author.  Buried  June  20,  1782,  at  Kelsale.   {Venn,  11.  51.) 

SIMONDS,  BENJAMIN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Chrisit 
Easter,  1609.   Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1612-3. 

SIMONDS,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Mar.  14, 
1613-4.   Of  Norfolk.   (Perhaps  the  above.) 

SYMONDS,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  12, 
1607.  S.of  John,  gent.,  of  North  Walsham,  Norfolk.  School, 
North  Walsham  (MrTilles).  Matric.  1607;  Scholar,  1608-14; 
B.A.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Apr.  6,  1616. 
R.  of  Sloley,  Norfolk,  1625-8.   {Venn,  i.  195.) 

SYMONDS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Feb.  12, 
1578-9.  2nd  s.  of  John,  husbandman,  of  Suffield,  Norfolk. 
School,  Suffield  (Mr  Dawson).  Scholar,  till  1583.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  May  25,  1584.  Court-keeper  to  Sir  Edmund 
Bacon  and  Sir  Roger  Townshend.  Of  Stody,  Norfolk. 
Married  Ursula,  dau.  of  Giles  Symonds,  of  Hindolveston, 
Norfolk.  Will  proved  (Norwich)  June  20,  1628.  {Venn,  1. 
100.) 

SIMONS,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1621.  B.  at  Cottered,  Herts.  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1626.  R.  of  Raine, 
Essex,  1630-43,  sequestered.  A  devoted  loyalist.  Author, 
Vindication  of  King  Charles.   (Walker,  Sufferings.) 

SIMONS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  27,  1646. 
Of  Kent.   Matric.  1646. 

SIMONS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  i745-  Of  Luton, 
Beds.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Caddington.  Migrated  to  Corpus 
Christi,  Oxford.  Matric.  there,  Dec.  11,  1747,  age  17;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1751;  M.A.  (Oxford)  1753.  Perhaps  R.  of  Hulcote, 
Bucks.,  1768-79,  'Edmund.'  R.  of  Whipsnade,  Beds.,  1773- 
Died  at  Bath.   Will  (P.C.C.)  i779-   (^l-  Oxon.) 

SYMONDS,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  June  3, 
1689.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Suffield,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Kensington  (Mr  Stevenson).  Matric.  1689;  Scholar, 
1689-91. 

SYMONDS,  GEORGE.  M.A.  from  Clare,  1607. 

SYMMONDS,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  II,  1698.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Martell  (Martletwy),  Pem- 
broke. B.  there.  School,  Carmarthen  (Mr  Maddox).  Matric. 
1698.  Migrated  to  Oxford.  Matric.  (BaUiol  College,  Oxford) 
Feb.  27,  1700-1,  age  20;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1702.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

SIMOND,  HENRY.   B.A.  1504-5- 


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SIMMONS,  HENRY.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Michs. 

1628.  Of  Kent.  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 

1653.   R-  of  Southfleet,  Kent,  1653-62,  ejected. 
SYMOND  or  SYMONS,  HENRY.  LL.B.  1671  {Lit.  Reg.).  Incorp. 

at  Oxford,  1671.   Perhaps  adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Sept. 

28,  1671;  'of  London,  gent.' 
SIMONS,  HENRY.   Adm.  pens,  {age  18)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  14, 

1714-5.   S.  of  William,  of  Middlesex.   School,  Westminster. 

Matric.  1715.   Perhaps  M.A.  1728  {Com.  Reg.). 

SYMONDS  or  SIMOND,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St 
John's,  Oct.  16,  1667.  S.  of  James,  of  Norwich.  B.  there. 
School,  Norwich.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1671-2;  M.A.  1675. 
Signed  for  deacon's  orders  (London)  May  31,  1672.  C.  of 
Havering,  Essex,  1675-9.  R-  of  Rochford,  i68o-gi.  R.  of 
Stapleford  Abbotts,  1691-1719.  V.  of  Dagenham,  1704-19. 
Died  Nov.  7,  1719.  Buried  at  Stapleford.   M.I.   (H.  Smith.) 

SIMONS,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Chkisti,  c.  1590. 
Of  Suffolk.  Perhaps  B.A.  1594-5.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich) 
Jan.  I,  1600-1,  'B.A.,'  age  30.  C.  of  Tharston.  One  of  these 
names  of  Tendring,  Essex,  clerk.   WiU  (Comm.  Essex)  161 7. 

SYMONS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Mar.  7,  1600-1. 
S.  of  John,  of  Cambridge.  Bapt.  Aug.  14,  1586,  at  Gt  St 
Mary's.  School,  Cambridge  (Mr  Roddeknight).  Matric. 
1600-1;  Scholar,  1602-8;  B.A.  1604-5;  M.A.  1608.  Fellow, 
1612-4.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest.  May  3,  1610.  Precentor  of 
Armagh,  1617-27  and  1629-37;  R.,  1617-37.  R.  of  Bally- 
moyer,  1635.  Married  a  dau.  of  Sir  Marmaduke  Whitechurch, 
of  Co.  Down.  Died  June  23,  1637.  Will,  P.C.C.  Dublin. 
Donor  of  £40  to  College  Chapel.   {Venn,  i.  174.) 

SYMONDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  scholar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  3,  1603. 
S.  of  Francis,  gent.,  of  Suffield,  Norfolk,  and  nephew  of 
Edward  (1578-9).  Bapt.  there,  July  3,  1586.  School, 
Aylsham  (Mr  Eston).  Matric.  1603.  Father  of  John  (1660). 
{Bhmefield,  viii.  167.) 

SIMONDS,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1606. 
S.  of  Thomas,  R.  of  Hinderclay,  Suffolk.  B.  there.  Scholar; 
B.A.  (?  1609-10);  M.A.  1613;  B.D.  1620.  FeUow,  1613.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  June  15,  age  26;  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  21, 
1617.  Perhaps  V.  of  Gt  Eversden,  Cambs.,  1617-23.  R.  of 
Stonham  parva,  Suffolk,  1623-4.  R.  of  Gislingham,  1628-75. 
Died  Dec.  22,  1675.  Father  of  John  (1648).  {Founders  and 
Benefactors,  58.) 

SYMONDS,  JOHN.  .\dm.  scholar  (age  14)  at  Caius,  July  23, 
1608.  S.  of  Ralph  (1583),  gent.,  of  Hindolveston,  Norfolk. 
School,  Lynu  (Mr  Wright).  Of  Hindolveston,  Esq.,  and  of 
Ross  Manor,  Whitwell.  Married  .'\nne,  dau.  of  Richard 
Toothby  (or  Tovvthby),  of  Lines.  (Blomefield,  viii.  294;  ix. 
378;  Venn,  i.  199.) 

SIMONDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  3,  1628. 
Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1629;  B.A.  1632-3. 

SIMONDS,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1637.   Of  Norfolk. 

SIMONDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  3, 
1648.  S.  of  John  (1606),  R.  of  Gislingham,  Suffolk.  Schools, 
Bury  and  Norwich.  Matric.  1648;  B.A.  1651-2;  M.A.  1655. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1655.  Died  unmarried,  1703,  at  Gisling- 
ham. Benefactor  to  St  John's.  {Founders  and  Benefactors, 
58.) 

SIMONDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  3, 
1660.  S.  of  John  (1603),  Esq.,  of  SufSeld,  Norfolk.  B.  at 
Swannington.  Schools,  Bungay  (Mr  Gill)  and  Seaming 
(Mr  Burton  and  Mr  Fermary).  Matric.  1660.  Married  Alice, 
dau.  of  Walter  Bridges,  V.  of  Enfield,  Middlesex.  {Venn,  i. 
409.) 

SYMONDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  May  27, 
1710.  Of  Ireland.  School,  Ipswich.  Matric.  1710;  B.A. 
1713-4;  Scholar,  1714;  M.A.  1732.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept. 
25,  1715;  priest  (Norw-ich)  July  13,  1718.  V.  of  Dullingham, 
Cambs.,  1729-78.  V.  of  Stetchworth,  1744-78.  Chaplain  to 
John,  Earl  of  Sandwch,  in  1744.  Will,  Aug.  1778.  Father 
of  John  (1749)-   {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  590.) 

SYMONDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  30, 
1712.  S.  of  John,  deceased.  B.  at  Bury  St  Edmunds. 
School,  Bury.  Matric.  1713;  Scholar;  B.A.  1716-7;  M.A. 
1720;  D.D.  1738.  FeUow,  1718-25.  Taxor,  1722.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Mar.  13,  1719-20;  priest.  Mar.  5,  1720-1. 
R.  of  Rushbrook,  Suffolk,  1724-6.  R.  of  Homingsheath, 
1725-57.  R.  of  Nowton,  1725-57.  Preacher  at  St  Mary's, 
Bury.  Married  Mary  Spring  (one  of  the  co-heirs  of  Sir 
William  Spring,  of  Pakenham).  Died  Oct.  1757,  aged  60. 
Buried  at  Pakenham.  Father  of  the  next.  (G.  Mag.;  L. 
Mag.) 

SYMONDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  11, 
1747.  S.  of  John  (above),  D.D.,  of  Suffolk.  B.  at  Homings- 
heath. School,  Bury.  Matric.  1747;  B.A.  1752;  M.A.  1754; 
LL.D.  1772.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1753.  Regius  Professor  of 


SiMONDs,  Richard 

Modem  History,  1771-1807.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
May  4,  1747.  Barrister,  1756.  Recorder  of  Bury  St  Edmunds, 
1772.  Died  unmarried,  Feb.  18,  1807.  Buried  at  Pakenham. 
M.I.   Will,  P.C.C.   {D.N.B.;  Scott-Mayor,  iii.  569.) 

SYMONDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  29, 
1749.  S.  of  John  (1710),  clerk,  V.  of  DuUingham,  Cambs. 
B.  there.  School,  Ely.  Matric.  1750;  B.A.  1753;  M.A.  1756. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  9,  1754;  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  21, 
1755.  V.  of  Swaffham  Bulbeck,  Cambs.,  1773-1808.  V.  of 
Stetchworth,  1778-1808.  Chaplain  to  James,  Dukeof  Queens- 
berry.   {Scott-Mayor,  in.  590.) 

SIMONDS,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Easter, 
1620;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept. 
11;  priest,  Sept.  12,  1624.  R.  of  St  Martin's,  Iremonger  Lane, 
London,  1632-9,  deprived.  Minister  of  St  Mary  Abchurch, 
London,  1647.  Married  Elizabeth  Elton,  June  29,  1626. 
{Shaw,  I.  338.) 

SIMONDS,  JOSIAH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Easter,  1601.  Of 
Essex.  Perhaps  B.A.  (Magdalen  College,  Oxford)  1608-9. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  7;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1612.  C.  of 
Horsington,  Lines.,  in  1614.  Probably  of  Langton,  near 
V/ragby.  Admon.  (Lincoln)  1620. 

SIMONDS,  LEE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1589. 
2nd  s.  of  Giles,  of  Cley,  Norfolk.  Brother  of  Ralph  (1583). 

SYMON,  MARTIN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  161 1. 
B.  in  St  Nicholas  parish,  Thanet,  Kent.  Scholar,  1614; 
B.A.  1615-6;  M.A.  1624.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich);  priest 
(London)  Dec.  19,  1619,  age  25. 

SIMON,  MATTHEW.  M.A.  1520-1. 

SIMONDS,  MICHAEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1587.  Perhaps  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1589;  of 
Middleton,  Kent. 

SYMONDS,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel, 
June,  1664.  Of  Norfolk.  Probably  s.  of  John,  alderman  and 
elder  of  Yarmouth.  Matric.  1664.  Died  1720,  aged  72. 
(Manship,  Yarmouth,  i.  250.) 

SYMONDS,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Apr.  20, 
1709.  S.  of  Nathaniel,  mercer,  of  Yarmouth.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Yarmouth  (Mr  Wellam)  and  Norwich  (Mr  Pate). 
Matric.  1709;  Scholar,  1709-15;  B.A.  1712-3;  M.A.  I7i7- 
Fellow,  1715-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  July  12;  priest, 
July  13,  1718.  V.  of  Ormesby,  Norfolk,  1718-27.  Died  1727. 
M.I.  at  Yarmouth.   {Venn,  i.  520.) 

SIMONS,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Feb.  23, 
I73&-7-  2nd  s.  of  John,  of  Belgrave,  Leics.  Matric.  pens. 
1737;  LL.B.  1749  {Lit.  Reg.).  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
June  5,  1735.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  24,  1741;  priest, 
May  29,  1743.  Probably  R.  of  Isleham,  Cambs.,  1743-6. 
V.  of  Chislet,  Kent,  1748-76.  V.  of  Sarre,  1749-76.  Died 
Nov.  1776. 

SYMONDS  or  SIMON,  PETER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1577;  B.A.  1582-3;  M.A.  1586.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Lincoln)  Aug.  1586.  R.  of  Morcott,  Rutland,  1589-94. 
V.  of  St  Nicholas,  Sandwich,  Kent,  1595-1616.  V.  of  St 
Clement's,  Sandwich,  1600-16.  Died  1616.  {Hasted,  iv.  308.) 

SIMON,  PETER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1615; 
B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624. 

SIMON,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  6,  1727- 
S.  of  Peter,  of  Sheffield.  School,  St  Paul's,  London.  Matric. 
1727;  Scholar,  1729;  B.A.  1730-1;  M.A.  1734.  FeUow,  1733. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  19,  1731.  Chaplain  to  Lord 
Invin.  V.  of  Whitkirk,  Leeds,  1743-79.  V.  of  Welton, 
Howden,  Yorks.,  1749-79.  Died  June  14,  1779.  Will,  P.C.C. 

SIMONDS,  RALPH.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Peterhouse, 
Michs.  1583.  S.  and  h.  of  Giles,  of  Cley,  Norfolk  (and 
Catherine,  dau.  of  Sir  Anthony  Lee,  of  Burston,  Bucks.). 
Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Jeffrey  Cobb,  of  Sandringham. 
Brother  of  Lee  (1589)  and  father  of  John  (1608).  {Blome- 
field, viii.  294.) 

SIMONDS,  RICHARD,  see  FITZ-SIMMONS. 

SYMONS,  RICHARD.   Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Christ's,  June  2, 

1631.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Gt  Yeldham,  Essex.  B.  there, 
Oct.  13,  1616.  School,  Yeldham  (Mr  Cavell).  Matric.  1631. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  16,  1633.  Parliamentarian. 
Fell  at  Naseby  under  Fairfax,  1645.  The  two  following 
Richards  were  probably  his  cousins.  Brother  of  Samuel 
(1640).   {Peile,  I.  411;  Morant,  11.  303.) 

SYMONDS,  RICHARD,    .^dm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  10, 

1632.  Of  Essex.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Samuel,  of  Topsfield, 
Essex,  Cursitor  of  Chancery.  Matric.  1632.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Nov.  6,  1635.  (The  next  man  rather  than  this  is  doubtless 
identical  with  the  royalist  and  antiquary  of  these  names.) 
(Richard  Symonds,  Diary  of  the  Marches  of  the  Royal  Army 
(Camden  Society).) 


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SYMONS,   RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,   at   Emmanuel,   Sept.   lo, 

1632.  Of  Essex.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Edward  {or  Edmund), 
of  Black  Notley,  Essex,  and  grandson  of  Richard,  Cursitor 
in  Chancery.  Bapt.  June  12,  1617,  at  Black  Notley.  Matric. 

1633.  A  Cursitor  in  Chancery.  Imprisoned  as  a  delinquent, 
1642-3,  but  escaped  and  joined  the  royalist  army  under 
Lord  Bernard  Stuart,  afterwards  Earl  of  Lichfield.  Present 
at  the  battles  of  Copredy  bridge,  Newbury,  and  Naseby, 
also  at  the  relief  of  Chester.  Left  London,  1648,  and  travelled 
to  Paris  and  thence  to  Rome  and  Venice.  Returned  to 
England,  1652.  Implicated  in  a  Royalist  plot,  1655,  arrested 
but  subsequently  released.  His  Diary  of  the  Marches  of  the 
Royal  Army  during  the  Civil  War,  was  published  by  the 
Camden  Society  in  1859.  Also  left  memoranda  of  his  travels 
abroad  and  genealogical  and  archaeological  collections.  The 
latest  entry  in  a  commonplace  book  of  his,  is  an  account  of 
an  earthquake  which  was  felt  at  Witham,  Suffolk,  Sept.  8, 
1692.   Probably  died  c.  1692.   (Morant,  11.  30;  D.N.B.) 

SYMONDS,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Jesus,  Apr.  29, 
1674.   S.  of  Henry,  of  SufiBeld,  Norfolk,  Esq.   Matric.  1674. 

SYMMONDS,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity, 
Feb.  14,  1707-8.  S.  of  William  (1677),  of  Battle,  Sussex. 
School,  Battle  (Mr  Lord). 

SYMONDS,  RO.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1559; 
Scholar,  1560. 

SYMONDS,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1571. 

SIMON  or  SIMONS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  14, 
1580.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  Doubtless  s.  of  Robert,  of 
Whittlesford,  Cambs.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  5,  1583-4; 
of  Whittlesford,  Cambs.  Doubtless  father  of  Robert  (1622). 
{Vis.  of  Cambs.,  1619.) 

SYMOND,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1615. 
Probably  s.  of  Robert,  of  Elton,  Lanes.  Bapt.  there,  Sept.  10, 
1598.  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622.  C.  of  Bury,  Lanes.,  1623. 
Master  of  Nantwich  School,  Cheshire,  before  1634;  of 
Manchester  School,  1637.  Chaplain  of  the  Collegiate  Church, 
Manchester,  c.  1638-42.  Preacher  at  Middleton,  Lanes.,  in 
1647-8.  Minister  at  Shaw  Chapel,  1648-50.  R.  of  Dalbury, 
Derbs.,  1652.  R.  of  Middleton,  Salford,  1661-81.  Died 
Mar.  23,  1681-2,  aged  84.  Buried  at  Middleton.  (Peile,  1. 
306;  Mumford,  Manchester  School.) 

SYMONS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  Jan.  20, 
1622-3.  2nd  s.  of  Robert  (1580),  Esq.  (by  his  2nd  wife 
Margaret,  dau.  of  Thomas  Wendy,  of  Haslingfield).  B.  at 
Whittlesford,  Cambs.  School,  Sutton,  Beds.  Matric.  1623. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  2,  1624-5.   (Cambs.  Vis.,  1619.) 

SYMON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  28,  1642. 
Matric.  1642. 

SYMONDS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  July  2,  1717. 
B.  at  Exeter.  B.A.  1720-1;  M.A.  (0.xford)  1723.  Fellow  of 
Exeter,  172 1-7.   V.  of  St  Mary  Arches,  Exeter.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SYMON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  July  5, 

1722.    Of  Durham.    School,   Houghton-le-Spring.    Matric. 

1723;    Scholar,    1724.     Probably    married    Mary    Rymer, 

Feb.  12,  1727-8,  at  St  Giles',  Durham.    (Probably  same  as 

the  next.) 
SYMON,  ROBERT.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  June 

17,  1723.    Of  Durham.    School,  Houghton-le-Spring.    (See 

the  above.) 
SIMONDS,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  at  St  Catharine's,  Apr.  13,  1640. 

3rd  s.  of  John.    B.  at  Yeldham,  Essex.    School,  Steeple 

Bumpstead  (Mr  Thomebeck).    Matric.   1640.    Migrated  to 

Christ's,  Oct.  29,  1642.   B.A.  1643-4;  M.A.  from  Pembroke, 

1647.   Fellow  of  Pembroke,  c.  1644.    Probably  R.  of  Ashen, 

Essex,    1654-60.     Perhaps   R.   of  Colne   Engaine,    1662-7. 

If  so,  died  1667.    One  of  these  names,  of  Yeldham,  Essex, 

died  Oct.  12,  1678.   Brother  of  Richard  (1631).   (H.  Smith; 

E.  Anglian,  11.  268.) 
SYMONDS,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Apr.  27, 

1670;  B.A.   1673-4;  M.A.  1677.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,   1677. 

'  Of  Clapham,  Surrey,  clerk,'  when  his  son  Joshua  was  adm. 

at  the  Barber  Surgeon's  Hall,  in  1709. 
SYMONDS,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1699.  B.  in  London.   Matric.  1699-1700;  B.A.  1703-4;  M.A. 

1707.    Fellow,  1702.   Assistant  Master  at  Eton.   Died  Nov. 

1 714.   (Harwood.) 
SIMON,  SIMEON.    Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 

1598.  Of  Suffolk.  B.  at  West  Wratting,  Cambs.  B.A.  1605-6; 

M.A.  1609.   Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  21,  1607-8,  age  23; 

'C.  of  Westham,   Essex';  priest,   Feb.    17,   1610-1;   C.  of 

Barking,  Essex. 
SIMONDS,  SIMON.    Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 

Eton,   Aug.   15,   1505.    Of  Windsor,  Berks.    B.A.   1508-9; 

M.A.  1511.  Fellow,  1508-19.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  15, 

1510-1.    V.  of  Elmdon,  Essex,  1518.    V.  of  Bray,  Berks., 

1523-51.   Probably  V.  of  South  Petherton,  Somerset,  1533- 


SiMPsoN,  Edmund 

48.    Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1534-46.    Preb.  of  Sarum,  1534-51. 

Canon  of  Windsor,  1535-51.   King's  chaplain.  R.  of  Taplow, 

Bucks.,  1537-51.    Preb.  of  Lincoln,   1543-51.    Died  1551. 

(Cooper,  I.  107;  Lipscomb,  in.  298.) 
SYMON,  THOMAS.    Incorp.  from  Oxford,  1498-9.    One  Thos. 

Symond,  or  Symons,   R.  of  Greenford  Magna,  Middlesex. 

Died  July  12,  1518.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1521. 
SYMONDS,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Michs. 

1607;  B.-A..  1611-2. 
SYMONS  or  SIMON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.Com.  at  Jesus,  July 

8,  1619.    Of  Essex.    Matric.  1619.    Perhaps  s.  of  Richard, 

Cursitor  in  Chancery,  of  Yeldham,  Essex.    If  so,  died  s.p. 

June  5,   1625.    Perhaps  brother  of  Richard  Fitz-Simmons 

(1615).   (Morant,  11.  303;  A.  Gray.) 
SYMONDS  ('SIMONIDES'),  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at 

Christ's,   Feb.   4,    1628-9.    S.   of  Henry.    B.   at  Suffield, 

Norfolk.   School,  North  Walsham  (Mr  Agar).   Matric.  1629. 

Probably  R.  of  Suffield,  1637-84;  also  R.  of  Hackford,  1637; 

ejected,  then  restored  till  1684.   Died  1684.   (Peile,  i.  398.) 

SIMONS,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1633. 

SYMONDS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  10, 
1729.  S.  of  Samuel,  of  London.  B.  at  Moreton,  Berks. 
School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1729;  Scholar,  1730;  B.A. 
1732-3;  M.A.  1736;  D.D.  1773.  Fellow,  1735.  Ord.  priest 
(Norwich)  Mar.  1733-4.  V.  of  Kendal,  Westmorland,  1745- 
89.  Died  Feb.  16,  1789,  aged  79.  Buried  at  Kendal.  M.I. 
Wm,  P.C.C.   (Al.  Westmon.,  300;  C.  Nicholson,  Kendal,  60.) 

SYMONDS,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1744.  Probably  s.  of 
Thomas,  of  Elborough,  Somerset,  gent.  Matric.  (Balliol 
College,  Oxford)  Nov.  4,  1727,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1731. 
Incorp.  at  Cambridge,  1744.  Probably  R.  of  EUough, 
Suffolk,  1737-48.  Died  Oct.  12,  1748,  aged  38.  Buried  at 
EUough.   M.I.   (Al.  Oxon.;  Suckling,  i.  55.) 

SIMONS,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Gonville  Hall, 
Easter,  1550. 

SYMONS,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Gonville  Hall, 
Michs.  1556;  B.A.  1559-60;  M.A.  1563,  Symon.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Norwich)  Aug.  14,  1597,  age  56.  (Perhaps  R.  of 
Stock,  Essex,  1587.)  V.  of  Newton  by  Stowmarket,  Suffolk, 
1597-1609.   Perhaps  C.  of  Buttsbury,  Essex,  in  1598. 

SYMONDS,  WILLIAM.   Scholar  of  Trinity,  1560. 

SIMONDS,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,   1655. 

S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Suffield,  Norfolk.   B.  at  HiUmorton, 

Warws.   School,  Norwich  (Mr  Lovering). 
SIMMONDS,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  1677. 

Matric.    1677-8;    B.A.    from    King's,    1681-2;    M.A.    from 

St  Catharine's,  1685.    Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Coventry  and 

Lichfield)  June  11,  1682;  priest  (Chichester)  Sept.  23,  1683. 

R.  of  All  Saints',  Hastmgs,  1683.    Dean  of  Battle,   1689. 

Died  Dec.   10,    1730.    Father  of   Richard   (1708).    (W.   C. 

Renshaw;  Musgrave.) 
SIMON, .  Probably  fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1417.  Chaplain 

of  Little  St  Mary's. 

SIMON, .   M.A.  1460-1. 

SIMONDS, .   B.A.  1507-8. 

SIMONS, .   B.A.  1509-10;  M.A.  1513. 

SYMONS, .  Pens,  at  Gonville  Hall,  1531-4. 

SYMONDS, .   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1544. 

SIMONDSON,  LISTER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
June  23,  1696.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman.  B.  at  Star- 
botton  in  Kettlewell,  Yorks.  School,  Threshfield  (Mr 
Motley).  Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1699-1700.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Dec.  1701;  priest,  1703.  R.  of  Pannal,  Yorks.,  1707-50. 
Died  1750.  Buried  at  Kirkby  Overblow. 

SIMPSON  or  SYMSON,  ANDREW.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity 
Hall,  Apr.  8,  1731.   Of  Bardney,  Lines.   Matric.  1731. 

SYMPSON,  BARSABAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Dec.  17,  1689; 
exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  S.  of  Isaac,  of  Alrewas, 
Staffs.  B.  there,  Nov.  15,  1673.  Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1693-4. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  17,  1694-5;  priest.  Mar.  8, 
1695-6.  V.  of  Gt  Carlton,  Lines.,  1696-1717.  R.  ofOxcombe, 
1706-17.   (Al.  Carthus.) 

SYMSON,  CLEOPHAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Sx  John's,  Michs. 
1567. 

SIMPSON,  EDMUND.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1560.  B.  in  London.  Scholar,  1561;  B.A.  1562-3;  M.A.  from 
Pembroke,  1568;  B.D.  1575.  FeUow  of  Pembroke,  1568. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1565.    Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  12, 

1569,  age  24.  R.  of  Hulcote,  Beds.,  1565.    University  preacher, 

1570.  R.  of  St  Peter  Cheap,  London,  1571-80.  R.  of  St 
Dunstan-in-the-East,  1574-80.  Died  1580.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1580. 


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Simpson,  Edmund 

SIMPSON,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  4, 
1659.  S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Lancaster.  B.  there.  School, 
Warton  (Mr  Holden).  Matric.  1659;  B.A.  1662-3. 

SIMSON,  EDWARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1576. 

SIMPSON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  Trinity,  a  scholar  from  West- 
minster, 1597.  S.  of  Edward,  R.  of  Tottenham,  Middlesex. 
B.  there.  May  9,  1578.  B.A.  1600-1;  M.A.  1604;  B.D.  1611; 
D.D.  1624.  Fellow,  1602-28.  Chaplain  to  Sir  Moylc  Finch, 
1611-4.  R-  of  Eastling,  Kent,  1617-52.  R.  of  Pluckley, 
1628-49.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1628.  A  learned  divine.  Author, 
Chronicon  Hisloriam  Catholicam  complectens.  Died  1652. 
Admon.,  P.C.C.   {Al.  Westmon.;  D.N.B.) 

SIMPSON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  8, 
1717-8.  S.  of  Francis,  of  Fishlake,  Yorks.,  Esq.  LL.B.  1724; 
LL.D.  1728  {Com.  Reg.;  adm.  1734).  Fellow,  1724-35. 
Master  of  Trinity  Hall,  1735-64.  Vice-Chancellor,  1740-1. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  9,  1719.  Judge  of  the  Consistory 
Court  of  London,  1747-58.  Dean  of  the  Arches,  1758-64. 
Judge  of  the  Prerogative  Court,  Canterbury,  1758-64.  M.P. 
for  Dover,  1759-64.  Knighted,  Dec.  1761.  Died  May  20, 
1764.   (Trin.  Hall.  Hist.,  190.) 

SIMPSON,  ESDRAS  (alias  THOMAS).  Matric.  pens,  from 
Trinity,  Easter,  1576,  Symson.  Doubtless  s.  of  Thomas,  V. 
of  Brightlingsea,  Essex,  1559-84.  R.  of  Eastbridge,  Kent, 
1596-1604.  V.  of  Kelvedon,  Essex,  1604-9,  deprived. 
Appointed  chaplain  for  three  years  to  the  Hon.  East  India 
Company,  in  1609.  Doubtless  brother  of  John  (1576)  and 
Thomas  (1576).  (F.  Penny,  Church  in  Madras;  Newcourt; 
Hasted,  III.  435;  Cooper,  in.  19,  identifies  Esdras,  alias 
Thomas  with  Thomas  (1576),  of  Pembroke,  but  this  seems 
doubtful.) 

SIMPSON,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity  Hall,  June  21, 
1746.  Matric.  1747;  Scholar;  LL.B.  1753;  LL.D.  1758. 
Fellow,  1751-81.  Chancellor  of  Lincoln  diocese,  1779-81. 
Died  Nov.  ii,  1781.  WiU  (P.C.C);  of  St  Benet,  Paul's 
Wharf,  London.   (G.  Mag.) 

SIMPSON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1569. 

SIMPSON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1612. 

SYMSON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  8,  1645.  Of 
Essex.   Matric.  1645-6;  Scholar,  1647;  B.A.  1648-9. 

SYMSON,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May  17, 
1631.  S.  and  h.  of  Ralph,  of  Pittington  Hall,  Durham. 
Bapt.  May  21,  1615,  at  Pittington.  School,  Durham  (Mr 
Harrison).  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1633-4.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Aug.  12,  1631.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  William  Belasyse, 
of  Murton,  Durham,  Knt.  Buried  Apr.  10,  1647,  at  Pitting- 
ton. Will  proved,  Apr.  30,  1647.  Father  of  William  (1663). 
(Peile,  J.  410;  Surtees,  1.  115.) 

SYMPSON,  HUGH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  30, 
1749.  S.  of  Thomas,  attomey-at-law,  of  Cumberland.  B.  at 
Penrith.  School,  Appleby  (Mr  Yates).  Matric.  1749.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  27,  1752.  Barrister,  1758.  Probably  of 
Carlton  Hall,  Cumberland.  Died  Mar.  1768. 

SIMPSON,  HUMPHREY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Jan.  27,  1664-5.  S.  of  Robert,  currier.  B.  at  York.  School, 
York.  B.A.  1668-9.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1669;  priest, 
May,  1670.  C.  of  Bishopthorpe,  York.   Dead  in  1674. 

SYMPSON,  ISAAC.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1664.  B.A.  (Trinity 
College,  Dublin).  Perhaps  R.  of  Coppenhall,  Cheshire,  till 
1676.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Lacock,  Wilts.  Admon. 
(Archd.  Wilts.)  1684. 

SIMSON,  JOHN.  B.A.  1519-20. 

SIMSON,  JOHN.   B.A.  1521-2. 

SIMPSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1576. 
S.  of  Thomas,  V.  of  Brightlingsea,  Essex.  B.  there.  B.A. 
1580-1 ;  M.A.  1584.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (London)  May  27, 
1586,  age  25.  R.  of  St  Ethelburga,  Bishopsgate  Street, 
London,  1586.  R.  of  St  Olave,  Hart  Street,  1590-1633. 
Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1605-33.  Built  the  libraryof  Sion  College, 
London.  Buried  Aug.  29  (or  30),  1633,  at  St  Olave. 
Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1633  granted  to  son  Thomas  (1622). 
Father  of  John  (1620),  brother  of  Thomas  (1576),  and 
Esdras  (1576). 

SIMPSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1579; 
B.A.  1583-4.  Probably  ord.  deacon  (Durham)  May  22,  1586; 
'of  York  diocese.'   Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  lo,  1587-8. 

SIMPSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1584; 
B.A.  1587-8. 

SIMPSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  10,  1596. 
Probably  s.  of  Lancelot  (1568),  of  Maidstone,  Kent.  B.  at 
East  Mailing,  Kent.  Matric.  1596;  B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A. 
1606.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (London)  Mar.  1,  1606-7, 
aged  27.  C.  of  Thumham.  Probably  R.  of  Mount  Bures, 
Essex,  1616-44.  Sequestered.  Died  unmarried  1648.  Will, 
P.C.C.  Brother  of  Samuel  (1606).  (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665; 
Hunter,  i.  184.) 


Simpson,  Joseph 

SIMPSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  i8,  1599- 
i5oo;  B.A.  1603-4;  M.A.  1608. 

SIMSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1615.  Of  West- 
morland. Scholar,  1619;  B.A.  1619-20;  M.A.  from  Christ's, 
1623.  Fellow  of  Christ's,  1622-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
May  11;  priest.  May  12,  1623.  Probably  V.  of  Stukeley, 
Bucks.,  1629.   (Peile,  1.  312.) 

SIMSON  or  SIMPSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Pembroke, 
May  2,  1620.  S.  of  John  (1576),  R.  of  St  Olave,  Hart  Street, 
London.  Bapt.  there,  Aug.  4,  1605.  Matric.  1620;  B.A. 
1623-4;  M.A.  1627.   Brotherof  Thomas  (1622).   (H.Smith.) 

SIMPSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1631; 
B.A.  1634;  M.A.  1638. 

SIMPSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1631. 
Of  Kent.  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.) 
Mar.  10,  1638-9.  R.  of  Mount  Bures,  Essex,  1644.  Signed 
the  petition  for  Presbyterianism,  in  1646.  Probably  nephew 
and  executor  of  John  (1596).   (H.  Smith.) 

SIMPSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  18, 
1641 ;  exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  S.  of  John,  of  Bedford, 
deceased.  B.  there.  Matric.  1641;  B.A.  from  Magdalene, 
1644;  M.A.  1648.  One  of  these  names  ord.  priest  (Sydserf, 
Bishop  of  Galloway)  Mar.  7,  1661-2.  R.  of  Trimley  St  Mary, 
Suffolk,  1662.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Dronfield,  Derbs., 
1666-9.   Died  1669. 

SYMPSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  15,  1647.  Of 
Hertfordshire.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  of  St  Albans.  Bapt.  Nov. 
1630,  at  the  Abbey.  Matric.  1646;  B.A.  1650-1.  Adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  1649.  Barrister,  1656.  Bencher,  1673. 
Judge  of  the  C.P.,  1659-71,  and  of  the  Sheriffs'  Court, 
1671-81.  Serjeant-at-law,  1677.  King's  Serjeant,  1678. 
Recorder  of  St  Albans,  1661-81.  Knighted,  Feb.  1678. 
Married  Jane,  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Twisden,  Jan.  25,  1661-2. 
Died  Dec.  12,  1681.  Buried  in  the  Temple  Church.  Perhaps 
father  of  Thomas  (1680). 

SIMSON,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  June  26, 

1667.   S.  of  Francis,  of  Hatfield.   School,  Sedbergh.   Matric. 

1668;  B.A.  1670-1.  Signs  for  deacon's  orders  (London)  Oct. 

14,  1672;  but  entry  erased.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1673; 

priest,  June,  1674. 
SIMPSON,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  17, 

1684.    S.  of  James,  husbandman.    B.  at  Knayton,  Yorks. 

School,   Ripon.    Matric.   1684;  B.A.   1688-9.    Ord.  deacon 

(London)  Dec.  20,  1691. 
SIMPSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Nov.  8,  1706. 

S.  of  Joseph,  of  London.   School,  St  Paul's.    Matric.  1707; 

B.A.  1710-1;  M.A.  1715.    Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  25, 

1710-1. 
SIMPSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  12, 1708. 

S.  of  Robert,  of  Colchester.    School,  St  Paul's,   London. 

Matric.    1709;    Scholar,    1710;    B.A.    1712-3;    M.A.    1716. 

Fellow,  1715. 
SIMPSON,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  6,  1710. 

.S.  of  Thomas,  druggist,  of  Diss,  Norfolk.  B.  there.  Schools, 

Gissing  (Mr  Carver)  and  Beccles  (Mr  Leedes).   Matric.  1710; 

Scholar,  1710-4.   Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  6,  1712. 

Called  to  the  Bar,  1715.   (Venn,  1.  523.) 
SIMPSON,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  20, 

1717.    S.  of  John,  of  Eckington,  Derbs.,  and  of  Babworth, 

Notts.   B.  at  Babworth.   School,  Wakefield.    Matric.  1717; 

Scholar,  1718;  B.A.   1720-1;  M.A.   1724.    Fellow,   1725-8; 

Fellowship  declared  void  'by  reason  of  an  Estate.'    Ord. 

deacon   (Ely)   Jan.   i;   priest,  Jan.   6,    1724-5.    Of  Stoke, 

(?)  Derbs.,   clerk,   and   of  Stainford  and   Babworth,    1728. 

Died   Apr.   5,    1784.     Buried   at   Babworth.     Will,    P.C.C. 

Brother  of  William  (i7i5)-   (Peile,  11.  192;  G.  Mag.) 
SIMPSON,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  June  28, 

1732.    S.  of  WiUiam.    B.  at   Kimbolton,   Hunts.    School, 

Chesterfield.    Matric.    1732;   Scholar,    1733;   B.A.    1735-6; 

M.A.  1739.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  20,   1736;  priest, 

Sept.  25,  1737.   V.  of  Upton,  Lines.,  1740.  (Peile,  11.  226.) 
SYMPSON,  JOHN.    M.A.  from  Trinity,   1748.    S.  of  Eli,  of 

Lubsthorpe,  Leics.    Matric.  (Lincoln  College,  Oxford)  Mar. 

18,  1724-5,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1728.  One  of  these  names 

R.  of  Desford,  Leics.,  i735-   (Al.  Oxon.) 
SIMPSON,  JOSEPH,    .^dm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Jesus,  Aug.  31, 

1677.    S.  of  ,  clerk,  deceased,  of  Yorkshire.    Matric. 

1677;  Scholar,  1679;  B.A.  1681-3.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Mar. 

1682-3. 
SIMPSON,  JOSEPH.    M.A.  1747  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).   S.  of 

John,  of  Redmayne,  Cumberland.   Matric.  (Queen's  College, 

Oxford)  Apr.  8,  1728,  age  18;  B.A.  (O.xford)  1732-3;  M.A. 

1736;  D.D.  1761.   Fellow  of  Queen's.   R.  of  Weyhill,  Hants., 

1756.    R.  of  Garsdon,  Wilts.,  1763-96.   Died  Aug.  17.  1796. 

Will,  P.C.C.  (Al.  Oxon.) 


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Simpson,  Lancelot 

SIMSON,  LANCELOT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1568. 
Perhaps  of  Kent.  Probably  father  of  John  (1596).  {Vis.  of 
Yorks.,  1665.) 

SIMPSON,  LEWIS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1497. 
Name  off,  1500. 

SYMSON,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1569.  Of  Essex.  B. A.  1573-4.  Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Dec.  22,  1574;  priest.  Mar.  26,  1575.  Of  Wickham  St  Paul's, 
Essex.  Patron  of  Nedging,  Suffolk;  living,  1628.  Probably 
brother  of  William  (1580)  and  father  of  William  {1601). 

SIMPSON,  MERCY  (MERRY).  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at 
St  John's,  Apr.  28,  1681.  S.  of  Richard,  gent.  B.  in  Barton 
Park,  Derbs.  School,  Repton.  Matric.  1681.  Mendicant 
friar.   Died  in  France.   (Repton  School  Register.) 

SYMSON,  NAARIAH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  25, 
1647.  S.  of  Robert,  clothier.  B.  at  Leeds,  Yorks.  Schools, 
Leeds  (private)  and  Batley  (Mr  Priest).  Matric.  1647;  B.A. 
1650;  M.A.  1654.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1654.  P.C.  of  .4rmley, 
Yorks.,  1660-72.   Died  1672. 

SYMPSON,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney, 
July,  1632.  S.  of  Robert,  'Dispensator'  of  Mr  Thomas 
Waterson.  B.  at  Darrington,  Yorks.  Matric.  1632;  B.A. 
1635-6;  M.A.  1639.   Perhaps  V.  of  Fishlake,  Yorks.,  1654. 

SIMPSON,  NICHOLAS.  B.A.  1549-50;  M.A.  i553-  WiU  of  Nich. 
Simpson,  of  Trinity  (V.C.C.)  1593.  See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a 
contemporary  namesake. 

SIMSON,  OLIVER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1592;  B.A. 
1595-6;  M.A.  1599.  R.  of  Radwell,  Herts.,  1610-29,  'Samp- 
son.'  Died  1629. 

SIMPSON,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity  Hall,  June  30,  1729. 
Matric.  1729.  Off,  1732.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  2, 
1734-5.  One  of  these  names  of  Aldborough,  Y'orks.  Died 
there  Apr.  10,  1780,  aged  70. 

SIMSON,  RALPH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  30,  1670.  Of 
Essex. 

SIMPSON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1569. 
One  of  these  names  ord.  at  Douay,  1577;  described  as  of 
Chester  diocese.  Sent  to  England,  1577.  E.xecuted  there  c. 
1586.   (Peile,  I.  112.) 

SYMSON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Apr.  1584. 

SIMSON,  ROBERT.   B.Can.L.  1482-3. 

SIMSON,  ROBERT.  M.A.  (Perhaps  the  above.)  R.  of  Layer 
Mamey,  Essex,  1488-1530,  and  of  Stanway  Magna,  1505-14. 
Benefactor  to  St  Catharine's  and  St  John's.   (Cooper,  i.  48.) 

SYMPSON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1552; 
B.A.  1558-9;  M.A.  1562.   Fellow,  1560. 

SYMSON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1571. 
Perhaps  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Aug.  3,  1575,  Sympson,  from 
Clifford's  Inn,  and  of  Yorkshire.  Barrister,  1584.  But  see 
Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary. 

SYMSON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Oct.  11,  1603. 
Of  Hutton,  Yorks.  S.  of  William.  School,  Hutton  (Mr  Price). 
Probably  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1608-9. 

SYMPSON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1623; 
B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630.  Probably  V.  of  St  Michael,  Bongate, 
Westmorland,  1634-61;  R.  of  Ormside  (or  Ormeshed), 
1636-61. 

SIMPSON,  ROBERT  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Aug.  19, 
1661.  S.  of  Rowland  (?  WiUiam),  wooUendraper,  of  Cam- 
bridgeshire. B.  there.  School,  Cambridge  (Mr  Griffith). 
Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1665-6;  M.A.  1669.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1675.  Signed  for  priest's  orders  (London)  June  5,  1669.  C. 
of  Bocking,  Essex.  V.  of  Colyton,  Devon,  1676-85.  R.  of 
Feltwell  St  Mary,  Norfolk,  1685.  V.  of  Little  Buckenham, 
1708.  Father  of  the  next  and  probably  of  Rowland  (1703). 
(Al.  Oxon.) 

SYMPSON,  ROBERT  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  July 
10,  1705.  S.  of  Robert  (above),  R.  of  Feltwell,  Norfolk. 
B.  there.  School,  Bury  St  Edmimds.  Matric.  1705-6. 
Migrated  to  Caius,  Oct.  10,  1707.  Scholar,  1707;  B.A.  1709- 
10;  M.A.  1713.  Fellow  of  Caius,  1711-39.  Esquire  Bedell, 
1716-49.  Buried  at  St  Edward's,  Cambridge,  Dec.  6,  1749. 
Probably  brother  of  Rowland  (1703).  (Venn,  i.  516;  Stokes, 
Bedells,  108.) 

SIMSON,  ROGER.  B.A.  1539-40.  Perhaps  scholar  of  Queens', 
1538. 

SIMPSON,  ROWLAND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
May  24,  1703.  S.  of  Robert  (?  1661),  clerk.  B.  at  Bath. 
Bapt.  Aug.  13,  1685,  at  the  Abbey.  School,  Bury  St  Edmunds 
(Mr  Leedes).  Matric.  1703;  B.A.  1707-8;  M.A.  1711;  B.D. 
1719.  Fellow,  1710-31.  Senior  Proctor,  1717-8.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  5;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1714.  R.  of 
Gaywood,  Norfolk,  1714-37.  R.  (sinecure)  of  Aberdaron, 
Carnarvon,  1728.  Died  1737.  Probably  brother  of  Robert 
1705). 


Simpson,  Thomas 

SIMPSON,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1606. 
S.  of  Lancelot  (?  1568),  of  Kent.  Scholar,  1611;  B.A.  1611-2; 
M.A.  1615.  Fellow,  1614.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Jan.  4; 
priest,  Jan.  5,  1617-8.  V.  of  Blyth,  Notts.,  1622-33.  Buried 
there  Feb.  26,  1632-3.  Brother  of  John  (1596). 

SIMPSON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  4,  1677. 
Of  Denbighshire.  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1680-1.  One  of  these 
names,  'B.A.,'  V.  of  Billingham,  Durham,  1703-15.  Died 
1715- 

SIMPSON,  SIDRACH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Michs. 
1616.  Of  Lincolnshire.  Migrated  to  Queens',  Apr.  2,  1617. 
B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625.  Master  of  Pembroke,  1650-5. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  7;  priest,  June  8,  1623.  C.  and 
lecturer  at  St  Margaret's,  Fish  Street,  London,  c.  1629-38. 
Migrated  to  Holland;  joined  the  independent  church  at 
Rotterdam,  1638.  Returned  to  England  and  resumed  his 
lectureship  at  St  Margaret's,  1641.  A  member  of  the  West- 
minster Assembly  of  Divines,  1643.  R.  of  St  Mary  Abchurch, 
London,  1650.  R.  of  St  Bartholomew,  E.xchange,  1654. 
One  of  the  Triers,  1654.  Imprisoned  for  a  short  time  in 
Windsor  Castle  for  preaching  against  Cromwell.  Author, 
controversial.  Buried  Apr.  18,  1655  (according  to  the 
Parish  Reg.)  in  St  Bartholomew's,  Exchange.  Will  dated, 
Apr.  2,  1655;  proved  (P.C.C.)  Apr.  15  (sic),  1655;  left  40s. 
to  the  poor  of  Black  Notley,  Essex,  where  he  'was  sometime 
preacher.'   Father  of  the  next.   (D.N.B.;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

SIMPSON,  SIDRACH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  July  2,  1650. 
S.  of  Sidrach  (above).  Master  of  Pembroke.  Migrated  to 
Oxford.  Matric.  (Magdalen  College,  Oxford)  Apr.  1,  1656 
(sic);  B.A.  (Oxford)  1655-6;  M.A.  and  B.D.  (by  decree) 
1686-7;  D.D.  1691.  R.  of  Stoke  Newington,  Middlesex, 
1665-1704.  Licensed  to  preach  at  St  Bartholomew-by-the- 
Bank,  St  Christopher  and  St  Mary  Woolnoth,  Sept.  28,  1671. 
Died  Nov.  1704.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1704.  (Peile,  i.  538;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SIMPSON,  SIMON.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1611; 
B..\.  1614-5;  M.A.  1618.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1618; 
priest.  Mar.  1619-20.  Licensed  to  serve  cure  in  the  church 
and  parish  of  Santon-on-the-Wolds,  Yorks.,  and  to  teach  in 
the  Free  Grammar  School  there.  Mar.  13,  1619-20. 

SIMPSON,  SIMON.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1638.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1641-2.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Sept. 
1663.   Perhaps  V.  of  Waghen,  Yorks.,  1665-79. 

SIMPSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1576.  S.  of  Thomas,  V.  of  Brightlingsea,  Essex,  1559-84. 
B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1579-80.  Succeeded  his  father  as 
V.  of  Bricklesea  (or  Brightlingsea),  Essex,  1584-6.  V.  of 
Kelvedon,  1586-1609.  Became  R.C.  Begged  his  way  to 
Rome,  and  was  made  priest  at  Rheims.  Arrested  near 
Orford,  Suffolk,  1585,  and  imprisoned.  Afterwards  con- 
formed. (According  to  Cooper,  iii.  19,  the  convert  to 
Romanism  was  Esdras,  alias  Thomas,  of  Pembroke.)  R.  of 
Eastbridge,  Kent,  1604-12.  Died  1612.  Brother  of  John 
(1576)  and  Esdras  (1576).  (Hasted,  in.  435;  Nea^courtA 

SIMPSON,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1596. 

SIMPSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1608. 

SIMPSON,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1622  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
London,  cler.  fil.  Doubtless  s.  of  John  (1576).  Bapt.  Nov.  5, 
1601,  at  St  Olave,  Hart  Street.  Matric.  (Christ  Church, 
Oxford)  Mar.  14,  1616-7,  age  15;  B.A.  1620;  M.A.  1623; 
B.D.  and  M.D.  1632.  Proved  the  will  of  his  father,  Oct.  7, 
1633.  Died  before  Jan.  23,  1633-4.  Brother  of  John  (1620). 
(A!.  Oxon.) 

SIMPSON,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1653  (Incorp.  from  Edinburgh). 
Perhaps  R.  of  St  John-the-Evangelist,  Watling  Street, 
London,  1662.  Buried  there  Dec.  9,  1662.  One  of  these 
names  V.  of  Tottenham,  Middlesex,  1655. 

SYMPSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  Apr. 
22,1675.  S.  of  William,  of  York.  Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1678-9. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1678;  priest.  Mar.  1684-5. 

SYMPSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Trinity, 
Apr.  7,  i68o.  S.  of  Sir  John  (?  1647).  School,  St  Paul's. 
Matric.  1680. 

SIMPSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  31, 
1695-6.  S.  of  John,  husbandman.  B.  at  Clowbeck,  near 
Manfield,  near  Richmond,  Yorks.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric. 
1696;  B.A.  1699-1700.  One  of  these  names,  'B.A.,'  P.C.  of 
South  Shields,  Durham,  1721-47,  and  V.  of  Bywell  St 
Andrew,  Northumberland.  Died  1747. 

SYMPSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Pembroke,  July  2, 
1703.  S.  of  John,  of  Tarvin,  Cheshire,  shoemaker.  B.  there. 
Matric.  1703;  B.A.  1706-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  21,  1707; 
priest  (Norwich)  May,  1708.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Bale, 
Norfolk,  1743-9.  Died  Aug.  15,  1749.  Buried  at  Gunthorpe. 
M.I.;  'of  Tarvin,  Cheshire.' 


80 


Simpson,  Thomas 

SIMPSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  2, 
1708-9.  S.  and  h.  of  Richard,  of  Torrisholme,  near  Lan- 
caster. Bapt.  Nov.  22,  1688,  at  Lancaster.  School,  Lan- 
caster (Mr  Boardly).  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  26, 
1708.   [Peile,  II.  172.) 

SYMPSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Nov.  5, 
1744.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Lincoln.  School,  Lincoln  (Mr  Rolt). 
Matric.  1744;  Scholar,  1748;  B.A.  1748-9.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  Feb.  19,  1748-9;  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  23,  1750. 
Vicar-choral,  Lincoln,  1750.  Probably  preb.  of  Lincoln, 
1759-86.   Died  1786. 

SIMSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  25,  1580. 
Of  Suffolk.  B.  at  Wickham  St  Paul,  Esse.x.  B.A.  1583-4; 
M.A.  1588.   Probably  brother  of  Matthew  (1569). 

SYMSON,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1386. 

SIMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Caius,  June  25,  1595. 
S.  of  William,  R.  of  East  Lexham,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
School;  Dunham  (Mr  Bretten).  Matric.  c.  1595;  Scholar, 
1598-9;  B.A.  1598-9;  M.A.  1602;  B.D.  1609.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Sept.  26,  1603;  priest,  Dec.  23,  1604;  C.  of  Gt 
Dunham.  R.  of  Cockthorpe  and  Little  Langham,  Norfolk, 
1606-22.  C.  of  Little  Walsingham,  in  1617.  Probably  father 
of  William  (1639).   {Venn,  1.  156.) 

SIMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Apr.  20,  1601. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Matthew  (1569).  B.  at  Wickham  St  Paul, 
Essex.  B.A.  1604-5;  M.A.  1608.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
June  3,  1610,  age  24.  C.  of  Mitcham,  Surrey.  R.  of  Nedging, 
Suffolk,  1628.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1650;  property  at  Wickham 
St  Paul. 

SIMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1614;  B.A.  1617-8.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May;  priest,  Sept. 
1618.  Oneof  these  names  C.  of  St  Dionis,  London,  c.  1630-41. 

SIMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  15,  1614. 
Matric.  1614;  B.A.  1617-8. 

SIMPSON,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1627  (Incorp.  from  St  Andrews). 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1627.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Wan- 
stead,  Essex,  1615,  and  V.  of  Gt  Bentley,  1631-42. 

SIMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
May  15,  1639.  S.  of  William  (?  1595),  of  Walsingham, 
Norfolk,  clerk.  Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1642-3;  M.A.  1646. 
Probably  ord.  priest  (Bishop  of  Ardfert)  May  21,  1647. 
R.  of  Irmingland,  Norfolk,  1661-1700.  Perhaps  R.  of  St 
Peter,  Heydon,  1662-70. 

SIMSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  May  30,  1645.  S.  of 
William,  schoolmaster.  B.  in  London.  Matric.  1645. 
Migrated  as  sizar  to  Trinity,  May  5,  1646. 

SIMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June 
29,  1654.  S.  of  Christopher,  brewer,  of  York.  B.  there. 
School,  York  (Messrs  Young  and  Parish).  Migrated  to  Caius, 
Nov.  17,  1657.  Scholar,  1657-9;  B.A.  1657-8. 

SIMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May  15, 
1663.  S.  of  Henry  (1631),  of  Pittington,  Durham.  B.  there. 
Bapt.  Dec.  6,  1645.  School,  Houghton.  Matric.  1663.  Died 
unmarried.  Buried  at  Pittington,  May  19,  1675.  {Surtees, 
I.  115;  Peile,  I.  203  is  wrong  as  to  parentage.) 

SYMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  28,  1688. 
S.  of  William.  B.  at  Shenley,  Bucks.  School,  Beachampton, 
Bucks.  (Mr  Abraham  Freeston).  Matric.  1688;  B.A.  1691-2. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  24,  1693;  'C.  of  Shenley.' 

SIMPSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May  25, 
1715.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Babworth,  Notts.  School,  Wake- 
field. Matric.  1715.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  June  24, 
1715.  Owned  property  at  Stainforth,  Yorks.  Married 
Frances,  dau.  of  Fra.  Elwick,  widow  of  John  Eyre,  of 
Bramley  Hall.  Died  s.p.s.,  Jan.  15,  1768.  Will,  York. 
Brother  of  John  (1717).  (Hunter,  S.  Yorks.,  i.  184;  Peile,  u. 
187.) 

SIMSON, .   B.A.  1466-7. 

SIMSON, .   B.A.  1468-9. 

SIMSON, .  B.A.  1480-1;  M.A.  1483. 

SIMSON, .   Com.  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1493-4. 

SIMSON, .  Sizar  of  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1543. 

SINCLARE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  16, 
1747.  S.  of  William,  of  Scarborough,  Yorks.  School,  Bever- 
ley (Mr  Clark).  Matric.  1747;  Scholar,  1748;  B.A.  1750-1; 
M.A.  1756.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June  2,  1751;  priest.  May, 
1752.  C.  of  Carnaby.  R.  of  Wilford,  Notts.,  till  1775.  Died 
June  12,  1775,  aged  46.  Buried  at  Wilford.  M.I.  Admon. 
(P.C.C.)  Sept.  1775.   (Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  N.S.,  iii.  172.) 

SYNKLER,  GILES.   B.A.  1541-2. 

SYNCKLER,  HENOCH.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1626;  B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633.  Probably  R.  of  Slingsby, 
Yorks.,  c.  1650. 

V.A.C.  IV. 


SissoN,  John 

SINCLARE  or  SINKLER,  HENOCH  (ENOCH).  Adm.  sizar 
(age  14)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  26,  1671-2.  B.  at  Kilham,  Yorks. 
School,  Kilham.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679. 
Ord.  priest  (York)  Dec.  1680.  V.  of  Owthome,  Yorks., 
1680-1708.  Murdered  by  his  servant  Adam  Alvin  with  the 
connivance  of  his  two  nieces  who  lived  with  him,  in  1708. 
For  an  account  of  the  tragedy  see  Poulson,  Holderness,  11.  406. 

SINCLORE,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1621;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June, 
1625;  priest,  Sept.  1626.  C.  of  Bilton  and  Wyton,  Yorks., 
1626-44.  R-  of  Huggate,  1644-54.  Buried  there  Jan.  11, 
1653-4- 

SINCLAIR,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1633  (Incorp.  from  Edinburgh). 
M.A.  (Edinburgh)  1618. 

SINDERTON,  HENRY.   Adm.  sizar  at  King's,  Lent,  1570-1. 

SINDERTON, .  FeU.-Com.  at  Jesus,  1547-8. 

SINDREY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Mar.  28,  1706. 
Of  (?  Oakington),  Cambs.   Matric.  1706. 

SING,  see  SYNGE. 

SINGLETON,  GEORGE.   B.A.  1505-6. 

SINGLETON,  ROBERT.   B.Can.L.  1521-2. 

SINGLETON,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1555- 
SYNGLETON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  1560. 

(Perhaps  same  as  the  last.) 

SINGLETON,  THOMAS.  Of  Clare  (see  his  wiU).  Spent  four 
years  in  Cambridge.  Of  Cheshire.  Perhaps  matric.  sizar 
from  Clare,  Michs.  1566,  as  Shynglynton.  Adm.  at  Brase- 
nose  College,  Oxford,  1573,  age  21;  B.A.  1574;  M.A.  1578; 
B.D.  1586;  D.D.  1597.  FeUow  of  Brasenose  College,  Oxford, 
1576.  Principal,  1595-1614.  Vice-Chancellor,  1598-9  and 
161 1-4.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  14,  1608-9.  R.  of  Whit- 
church, Oxon.,  1596-1610.  Canon  of  St  Paul's,  1597-1614; 
of  Hereford,  1604-14.  R.  of  Whitchurch,  Salop,  1609-14. 
Died  Nov.  29,  1614.  Buried  at  St  Mary's,  Oxford.  WiU, 
P.C.C;  'to  Clare  HaU  in  Cambridge  where  I  had  my  first 
education  after  I  came  from  Chester,  five  poundes.'  (Al. 
Oxon.) 

SINGLETON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 
May  22,  1689.  Of  Middlesex.  School,  Leicester.  Matric. 
1689;  Scholar,  1689;  B.A.  1692-3;  M.A.  1696.  Medicus. 
Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  Abraham  Dawes,  merchant,  of 
London.  Died  Dec.  7,  1710,  aged  40  (sic).  Admon.  (P.C.C.) 
May,  1711.   (Le  Neve,  Mon.) 

SINGLETON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1724. 
Of  Nottinghamshire.  Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1727-8.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  July,  1728;  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  20,  1730. 

SINGLETON, .  B.Civ.L.  1482-3. 

SINNETT, .  B.A.  1522-3. 

SISLEY  or  SYSLEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse, 
July  22,  1581.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Clement,  of  Barton  Hall, 
Essex;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  29,  1592-3;  of  Barking, 
Essex.   (Vis.  of  Essex,  i^i2.) 

SISMEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  July  i, 
1723.  S.  of  John,  of  Rutland.  B.  at  Thorpe,  near  Upping- 
ham. School,  Stamford  (Mr  Turner).  Matric.  1724;  B.A. 
1726-7;  M.A.  1730.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  22,  1728; 
priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  19,  1731.  C.  of  Cransley,  Northants., 
1731.  C.  of  Pytchley,  1735;  also  C.  of  Sibbertoft,  in  1745, 
Buried  July  23,  1745,  at  Marston  TrusseU.  (Scott-Mayor,  in. 
363-) 

SISSISSON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Mar. 
24,  1685-6.  S.  of  George,  shoemaker.  B.  at  Beverley,  Yorks. 
School,  Beverley  (Mr  Lambert).  Matric.  1686;  B.A.  1689-90. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Mar.  1689-go.  V.  of  Owthonic,  Yorks., 
1708-29.  Died  1729.   Father  of  the  next. 

SISSISSON,  SETH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  i, 
1714.  S.  of  Richard  (above),  clerk.  B.  at  York.  School, 
Beverley  (Mr  Lambert).  Matric.  1714;  B..\.  1717-8;  M.A. 
1721.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1720;  priest,  May,  1722. 
R.  of  Thwing,  Yorks.,  1722-47.   Died  1747. 

SISSON,  ARTHUR.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  20, 
1661.  S.  of  Cuthbert,  attorney.  Bapt.  Apr.  3,  1644,  at 
St  Mary-le-Bow,  Durham.  School,  Hough  ton-le-Spring 
(Mr  Cant).   B.A.  1664. 

SISSON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  Magdalene,  Oct.  6, 
1669.  S.  of  John,  farmer,  of  Tinwell,  Rutland.  School, 
Stamford.  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  1677.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1676;  priest  (York)  June,  1680. 

SISSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  22, 
1640.  S.  of  Cuthbert,  gent.,  of  Durham.  Bapt.  Mar.  30,  1623, 
at  St  Mary-le-Bow.  School,  Durham.  Matric.  1640. 

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SISSON,  LANCELOT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  28)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  7, 
1702.  S.  of  Lancelot,  husbandman.  B.  at  Garsdale,  Yorks. 
School,  Sedbergh.  C.  of  Sedgefield,  Durham,  1707.  V.  of 
Askham,  Westmorland,  1711-7.  V.  of  Startforth,  Yorks., 
1717-33-  Married  Margaret  Charge,  of  Cleasby,  Yorks.  Died 
1733.   Father  of  William  (1740). 

SISSON,  PERCIVAL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  21)  at  Caius,  May  10, 
1587  (previously  adm.  1582-3;  matric.  as  sizar,  Lent,  1582-3). 
S.  of  Christopher.  B.  at  Barton,  Westmorland.  School, 
Barton  (Mr  Wilkinson).  B.A.  1586-7;  Scholar,  1587-9; 
M. A.  1590.   (Venn,  1.  izg.) 

SISSON,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1538-9.   Perhaps  V.  of  Gt  Staughton, 

Hunts.,  1555-8. 
SISSONE,  W.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1560. 
SYSSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1572. 

SISSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  27, 
17:5.  S.  of  Jonathan, gent.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1715; 
B.A.  1718-9;  M.A.  1722.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Dec.  22,  1723. 
R.  of  Markshall,  Essex,  1723-46.  P.C.  of  Patswick.  V.  of 
Norton,  Durham,  1746-73.  Chaplain  to  the  Garrison  at 
Berwick-on-Tweed.  Died  Jan.  27,  1773,  aged  75.  Buried  at 
Darlington.  M.I.  (Scott-Mayor;  W.  H.  D.  Longstafie, 
D»rlington,  222.) 

SISSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  May  12, 
1740.  S.  of  Lancelot  (1702),  of  Cleasby,  Yorks.  School, 
Scorton  (Mr  Noble).  Matric.  1740;  B.A.  1743-4.  One  of 
these  names,  'M.A.,'  P.C.  of  Painshaw  Chapel,  Durham, 
1754-88.  Buried  there  Oct.  28,  1788.  (Surtees  (Reprint), 
I.  205.) 

SISSON, .  Pens,  at  Peterhouse,  1570-1. 

SISTON  or  SYSTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Peter- 
house,  Oct.  12,  1657.  Of  Nottinghamshire.  Possibly  s.  of 
Joshua,  R.  of  Adbolton,  Notts.  School,  Leicester.  Matric. 
1658.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  24,  1662.  Master  of 
Grantham  Grammar  School,  Lines.,  1663-70.  R.  of  Belton, 
1670-1710.  Died  1710.  Father  of  the  next.  (Tumor, 
Grantham,  41.) 

SISTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  June  7, 
1682.  S.  of  Thomas  (above),  clerk.  B.  at  Belton,  Lines. 
School,  Belton.   Matric.  1682;  B.A.  1685-6. 

SITTISON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  July  7, 
1651.  S.  of  John,  of  Louth,  Lines.  School,  Louth.  Matric. 
1652;  B.A.  1655-6.  See  John  Citizen  (Vol.  i);  probably  R.  of 
Streat,  Sussex. 

SITWELL,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1648.  Of 
Derbyshire.  S.  and  h.  of  George  (1619),  of  Renishaw,  Derbs., 
Esq.  Bapt.  Jan.  18,  1630-1,  at  Eckington.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  July  6,  1650.  High  Sheriff  of  Derbs.,  1671.  Of  Ecking- 
ton, Esq.  Married  Catherine,  dau.  of  Henry  Sacheverel,  of 
Barton  and  Morley,  Esq.  Died  1671.  Buried  at  Eckington. 
Father  of  George  (1675).   (Vis.  of  Derbs.,  1662.) 

SITWELL,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1700. 
Of  Derbyshire.  S.  and  h.  of  George  (1675),  of  Eckington, 
Derbs.,  Esq.  Matric.  Michs.  1700.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Iim,  Feb. 
2,1699-1700.  High  Sheriff  of  Derbs.,  1735.  Died  unmarried. 
May  20,  1753.  Buried  at  Eckington.  Brother  of  Thomas 
{1705). 

SITTWELL,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1619.  S.  and  h.  of  George,  of  Eckington,  Derbs.  Bapt.  there. 
Mar.  15,  1600-1.  Garrisoned  Renishaw  for  the  King;  fined 
and  decimated.  Served  as  Sheriff  of  Derbs.,  1653.  Of 
Renishaw,  Derbs.  Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  Hugh  Childers, 
of  Car  House,  Doncaster,  in  1627.  Buried  Aug.  2,  1667, 
at  Eckington.  M.I.  Father  of  Francis  (1648).  (Hunter, 
Hallamshire,  373.) 

SITWELL,  GEORGE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  Oct.  2, 
1675.  S.  of  Francis  (1648),  of  Derbyshire.  B.  Aug.  23,  1657. 
Matric.  1675-6.  Of  Eckington,  Derbs.,  Esq.  Married  Anne, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Kent,  of  Povey,  Dronfield,  May  20,  1680. 
Buried  Feb.  24,  1722-3,  at  Eckington.  Father  of  the  next 
and  of  Francis  (1700).  (Vis.  of  Derbs.,  1662;  Hunter,  Hallam- 
shire,  373.) 

SITWELL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1705.  S.  of  George  (above),  of  Renishaw,  Eckington,  Derbs. 
B.A.  1709-10;  M.A.  1713.  Fellow  of  Christ's,  1714.  Proctor, 
1727-8.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  2,  1705.  R.  of  Caldecote, 
1731-  Of  Povey  Hall  (by  bequest  of  his  grandfather,  Thomas 
Kent).  Died  unmarried,  1737.  Buried  in  the  ante-chapel  of 
Christ's.  Will  proved,  June  10,  1737.  Brother  of  Francis 
(1700).   (Peile,  II.  161.) 

SIVEDALL,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1624. 
Matric.  1625;  B.A.  1627-8. 

SIVEDALL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1624. 
Matric.  1625. 


Skelton,  John 

SIX,  JAMES  DE  PREY.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1728.  Of 
Canterbury.  Matric.  Michs.  1728;  B.A.  1732-3. 

SIXSMITH,  BRIAN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  27,  1694.  Of 
Lancashire.  Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1697-8;  M.A.  1701.  Ord. 
priest  (London)  Sept.  22,  1700.  R.  of  Magdeden  Laver, 
Essex,  1703-8. 

SKAIFE,  see  SCAIFE. 

SKARPP,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1595. 

SKEELER,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  King's,  1727.  S.  of  T.,  of 
Hartlebury,  Worcs.  Matric.  (University  College,  Oxford) 
Mar.  31,  1710,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1713.  Ord.  priest 
(Gloucester)  June  11,  1715.  V.  of  Winchcombe,  Gloucs., 
1726-57.   Wm  (P.C.C.)  1758.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SKEET,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Caius,  c.  May,  1671.  Of 
Norfolk.  Migrated  to  Emmanuel,  July  26,  1673.  B.A.  1675- 
6.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  May  30,  1675.  R-  of  Fritton, 
Suffolk,  1675-1720.  R.  of  Flixton,  1703  (church  ruined;  the 
last  rector  appointed).  Died  Sept.  22,  1720,  aged  68.  M.I. 
at  Fritton.  One  of  these  names  chaplain  of  H.M.S.  Royal 
James,  in  1678.   (Venn,  i.  444.) 

SKETE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  12,  1524.  Of  Monxton,  Hants.  B.A.  1528-9; 
M.A.  1532;  B.D.  1539;  D.D.  1544.  Fellow  1527-44.  Lady 
Margaret  Professor,  1542-4.  V.  of  Ringwood,  Hjints. 
(Cooper,  I.  86.) 

SKEFFINGTON,  see  SKEVINGTON. 

SKEGGE  or  SKEGGS,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 
Michs.  1568.  Doubtless  s.  of  John  (Skeggs),  of  Eynesbury, 
Hunts,  (and  Christiana,  dau.  of  John  Crolts).  Married 
Susanna,  dau.  of  John  Bamardiston,  of  Northiil,  Beds. 
Living,  1613.   (Vis.  of  Hunts.,  1613.) 

SKEGGES,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1567.  One  of  these  names  of  St  Ives,  Hunts.,  s.  of  Richard, 
of  Eynesbury,  Hunts.   Received  Grant  of  Arms,  1568. 

SKEGG,  RALPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Sept.  1729.  S.  of 
John.  School,  Buntingford,  Herts.  (Mr  Sherson).  Scholar, 
1730;  Matric.  1731;  B.A.  1733-4;  M.A.  1744.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  June  9,  1734;  priest.  May,  1738.  Chaplain  to  the 
Earl  of  Marchmont.  R.  of  Chickney,  Essex,  1744.  R.  of 
Quendon,  1744.  Married  the  only  daughter  of  Lord  Herbert. 
Died  1764.   (Peile,  11.  219.) 

SKEGGS  or  SKIGGS,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Mag- 
dalene, Easter,  1623;  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630.  V.  of 
Stixwold,  Lines.,  1635. 

SKEGGS,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1587. 

SKEGNES,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1636. 
S.  and  h.  of  Christopher,  of  Alford,  Lines.,  gent.  Bapt.  there, 
May  17,  1619.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  11,  1639-40. 
Married  and  had  issue.   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  880.) 

SKELLERN,  HUGH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Mar.  25,  1690.  Of 
Cheshire.  Matric.  1690;  Scholar,  1691;  B.A.  1693-4;  M.A. 
1697.  Incorp.  at  Trinity  College,  Dublin,  1701.  R.  of 
Killeshandra,  diocese  of  Kilmore,  1705-29.  Married  Cathe- 
rine, dau.  of  Thomas  Hume,  of  Bawn,  Cavan.  Will  proved 
(Dublin)  1729.   (H.  B.  Swanzy.) 

SKELTON,  see  also  SHELTON. 

SKELTON,  BERNARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Peterhouse, 
Feb.  13,  1650-1.  Of  London.  School,  St  Paul's.  Matric. 
1652;  Scholar,  1654;  B.A.  1654-5;  M.A.  1658.  Fellow,  1659- 
64.  Taxor,  1662.  R.  of  Cantley,  Norfolk,  1663-90.  A  friend 
of  Samuel  Pepys.   (T.  A.  Walker,  97.) 

SKELTON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1595. 
Possibly  s.  of  William  (1563).  B.  at  East  Barkwith,  Lines., 
c.  1578.  B.A.  1598-9;  M.A.  from  Clare,  1602.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  19,  1602.  Preacher.  R.  of 
Coningsby,  Lines.,  1602-36.  Will  (Lincoln)  1636.  Possibly 
brother  of  Samuel  (i6o8)  and  father  of  William  (1627). 

SKELTON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  5, 
1733.  S.  of  G.,  of  Lincolnshire.  B.  in  Lincoln.  School, 
Lincoln  (Mr  Goodall).  Matric.  1733;  B.A.  1736-7.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Aug.  6,  1737;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1739.  V.  of 
Hanslope,  Bucks.,  1746-9.  V.  of  Owersby,  Lines.,  1749-58. 
R.  of  RothweU,  1753-8.   (Scott-Mayor,  in.  447.) 

SKELTON,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  25,  1697. 
Of  Yorkshire.  S.  of  Seth  (1669).  Bapt.  at  Leeds,  Aug.  25, 
1681.  Matric.  1698;  Scholar,  1698;  LL.B.  1702.  Of  Osmond- 
thorpe,  near  Leeds.  Married  EUzabeth,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Slater.  Died  July,  1756.   (Geneal.,  N.S.,  19,  50.) 

SKELTON,  JOHN.  Laureated  from  Cambridge,  1493;  previously 
decorated  at  Oxford  and  abroad  (?Louvain).  Entertained 
by  the  University,  1495-6  and  1500-1  (Gr.  Bk,  B')-  Probably 
a  native  of  Diss,  Norfolk.  Perhaps  B.A.  1478-9;  M.A. 
1484-5,  'Shelton.'  Incorp.  from  Oxford,  1504-5.  R.  of 
Diss,  Norfolk,  1498-1529.  Originally  under  Wolsey's  patron- 


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age,  but  having  violently  attacked  hitn,  he  retired  into  the 
Westminster  sanctuary,  where  he  died  June  21,  1529. 
Buried  in  St  Margaret's,  Westminster.  Admon.  granted  in 
the  peculiar  Court  of  Westminster,  1529,  to  William  Mott, 
C.  of  St  Margaret's,  Westmmster.  (For  an  account  of  his 
works  see  D.N.B.;  Cooper,  I.  38;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

SKELTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  1594-  Of 
Cumberland.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Lancelot,  of  Arma- 
thwaite  (and  Catharine,  dau.  of  Thomas  Dalston,  of  Dalston 
Hall,  Cumberland).  Commissioner  of  the  peace  for  Cumber- 
land, 1625.  Married  (i)  Julian,  dau.  of  Christopher  Musgrave, 
Esq.,  of  Edenhall;  (2)  Barbara  Fletcher,  of  Cockermouth. 
Diedc.  1652.  Father  of  John  (1635),  Marmaduke  (1638)  and 
Richard  (i6i8).   {Whellan,  559.) 

SKELTON  or  SHELTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse, 
Apr.  29,  1609,  Skelton.  Matric.  1609;  Scholar,  1612-6; 
B.A.  1612-3,  'Skelton';  M.A.  i6i6. 

SKELTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1609. 
Of  Cumberland.  B.A.  1613-4;  M.A.  1617;  B.D.  1624.  Fellow, 
1618.  Incorp.  at  O.xford,  1622.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  9; 
priest.  Mar.  10,  1622-3.  R-  of  Hatley  St  George,  Cambs.,  c. 
1620-63.  Perhaps  R.  of  Goldsborough,  Yorks.,  1624.  (One 
of  these  names  R.  of  Kirby  Underdale,  Yorks.,  1639-47. 
Buried  there  June  6,  1647.) 

SKELTON,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  8, 
1635.  3rd  s.  of  John  (1594),  Esq.,  of  Armathwaite,  Cumber- 
land. B.  there.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1635;  B.A.  1638- 
9.   Perhaps  buried  at  All  Saints',  Cambridge,  June  12,  1639, 
'Jonah  Skilton.'    Brother  of  Marmaduke  (1638)  and  half- 
brother  of  Richard  (1618). 
SKELTON,  JOHN.    Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1642.  Of  Cumberland.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Richard  (1618). 
Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Gerard  Salvin,  Esq.,  of  Croxdale, 
Durham.   (Jefferson,  Leathward,  224.) 
SKELTON,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Apr.  28,  1660.    Of 
'Conesby'    (Coningsby),    Lines.     Doubtless   s.    of   William 
(1627),  R.  of  Coningsby,  Lines.   Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1663-4. 
Brother  of  William  (1651). 
SKELTON,  JOHN.    M.A.  1662  (Incorp.  from  Queen's  College, 
0.xford).    Matric.  there,  June  24,  1653;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1656; 
M.A.  1659.    V.  of  Stixwold,  Lines.,  1666.    R.  of  Scrayfield, 
1671.     Archdeacon    of   Bedford,    1679-1704.     R.    of    East 
Wickham,  Lines.,  1680.    R.  of  Walgrave,  Northants.,  1681- 
1704.    Master  of  St  John's  Hospital,  Northampton,  1682- 
1704.    Canon  of  Lincoln,   1683-1704.    Died  Apr.  3,   1704. 
Buried  in  the  chapel  of  St  John's  Hospital.    (Al.  Oxon.; 
Serjeantson,  Hospital  of  St  John.) 
SKELTON,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Oct.  2,   1680.    Of 
Yorkshire.  S.  of  Henry,  of  Ossingthorpe  (or  Osmundthorpe), 
Mayor  of  Leeds.    B.  July  3,  1662.    School,  Leeds.    Matric. 
1681;  Scholar,  1683;  B.A.  1684-5;  M.A.  1688;  M.D.  1720. 
Fellow,  1687-98.    Practised  in  Leeds.    Married  three  wives. 
Died  Feb.  28,  1736-7.    Brother  of  Seth  (1669).    (A.  Gray; 
Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 
SKELTON,   JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,   Mar.   24,    1746-7- 
B.  at  Wakefield,  Yorks.   School,  Wakefield.   Scholar,  1748; 
B.A.   1750-1.    Assistant  master  at  Wakefield,   1751.    Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Sept.  24,   1752;  priest,  June,   i754-    V.  of 
Goxhill  and  Thomton-cum-Curtis,  Lines.,  1756-87.    C.  of 
Stockton,   York.    Died  at  York,   Aug.   13,   1791-     (M.   H. 
Peacock;  G.  Mag.) 
SKELTON,  MARMADUKE.   Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
June  5, 1638.  sths.of  John  (1594), of  Armathwaite,  Cumber- 
land. B.  there.  School,  Gt  Blencow  (Mr  Wilkinson).  Matric. 
1638;  B.A.  1641-2.  Brother  of  John  (1635),  etc. 
SKELTON,  RICHARD.    Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1429.    Re- 
signed, July  31,  1437- 
SKELTON,    RICHARD.     Matric.    FeU.-Com.    from    Queens', 
Easter,  1618.   Of  Cumberland.   Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  John 
(1594),  of  Armathwaite,  Esq.    B.  c.  1605.    Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  July  3,  1620.    Built  a  mansion-house  on  his  father's 
estate  at  Southwaite,  in   1640.    Re-built  and  endowed  the 
chapel  of  Armathwaite  with  £100.   Married  Lettice  Burdett, 
of  Bramcote,  Warws.,  sister  of  Sir  Thomas  Burdett,  Bart. 
Will  dated,  1668.   Half-brother  of  John  (1635)  and  Marma- 
duke (1638),  father  of  John  (1642).    (Whellan,  Cumberland, 
559-) 
SKELTON,   RICHARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1628.    Of  Lincolnshire.    B.A.  1630-1.    V.  of  Humberston, 
Lines.,  1635. 
SKELTON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1582; 
B.A.   1585-6.    One  of   these  names,  clerk,   married   Mary 
Saunderson,  at  Hargrave,  Northants.,  Apr.  25,  1595. 
SKELTON,  SAMUEL.    Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1608, 
'Shelton.'  Doubtless  s.  of  William  (1563).  Bapt.  at  Conings- 
by, Lines.,  Feb.  26,  1592-3.  B.A.  1611-2;  M.A.  1615.  R.  of 


Skern,  William 

Sempringham,  Lines.,  c.  1615-20.  Probably  chaplain  to  the 
Earl  of  Lincoln,  c.  1622.  Silenced;  sailed  for  New  England, 
May  4,  1629.  Installed  as  pastor  of  the  church  at  Salem, 
Mass.,  Aug.  6,  1629.  Married  Susanna  Travis,  Apr.  27, 
1619,  at  Sempringham.  Died  at  Salem,  Aug.  2,  1634. 
Possibly  brother  of  George  (1595).  {Felt,  103;  J.G.Bartlett.) 

SKELTON  or  SHELTON,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens', 
Easter,  1612.   Of  London.   B.A.  1615-6;  M.A.  1619. 

SKELTON,  SETH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  29,  1669.  S.  and 
h.  of  Henry,  of  Osmundthorpe,  Yorks.,  Esq.,  Mayor  of  Leeds. 
Bapt.  at  Leeds,  Feb.  21,  1649-50.  Matric.  i66g.  Married 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Adam  Baynes,  of  Knostrop,  Feb.  17, 
1679-80.  Died  Aug.  21,  1709.  Brother  of  John  (1680)  and 
father  of  Henry  (1697).  {Geneal.,  N.S.,  19,  50;  Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1665.) 

SKELTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1572. 

SKELTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1578. 

SKELTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  June  19, 
1668.  S.  of  William,  yeoman.  B.  at  Pickering  Leith,  Yorks. 
School,  Pickering  (Mr  Nicholas  Grey).  Matric.  1668;  B.A. 
1672-3.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1673;  priest.  May,  1676. 
R.  of  Scawton,  Yorks.,  1676-1729. 

SKELTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1454.  Of  London.  M.A.  1456-7;  M.D.  1470-1.  Proctor, 
1460-1.  Ord.  acolyte  (Ely)  Apr.  17,  1462.  Died  1471- 
Benefactor  to  the  College  library.  (Harwood.) 

SKELTON,  WILLIAM.    Doubtless  of  Peterhouse,  in  1488-9. 

Grace  for  B.D.     1490-r.    Preb.   of  Southwell,    1488-1500. 

V.  of  Cherry  Hinton,  Cambs.,  tiU  1533.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1538. 
SKELTON  or  SHELTON,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  St 

John's,  Easter,  1563;  B.A.  1566-7;  M.A.  from  Clare,  1572. 

Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June   11,   1568.    R.  of  Coningsby, 

Lines.,  1582-1602.    Died  1602.   Doubtless  father  of  Samuel 

(1608)  and  possibly  of  George  (c.  1595). 
SKELTON,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1622; 

B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629. 
SKELTON,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  May  19, 

1627.  Of  Lincolnshire.   Possibly  s.  of  George  (1595).  Matric. 

1627;  B.A.  1630-1;   M.A.   1634.   R.  of  Coningsby,  Lines., 

1636-60.   Died  1660.    Father  of  William  (1651)  and  John 

(1660). 
SKELTON,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1639.   Of  Lincolnshire. 
SKELTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June  13, 

1651.  S.of  William  (1627),  R- of  Coningsby,  Lines.  B.  there. 

School,  Tattersall  (Mr  Twisse).    B.A.   1654-5;  M.A.   1658. 

Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  1,  1662.    R.  of  Coningsby,  1664. 

Died   1679.    Will  dated,  Oct.  20;  proved,   Dec.   10,   1679. 

Brother  of  John  (1660).   (Peile,  i.  542.) 
SKELTON,   WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,   Mar.   6, 

1712-3.  Of  Leicestershire. 

SKELTON, .   M.A.  1462.   Perhaps  William;  see  the  next. 

SKELTON,    .     Probably    William    of    Michael    House. 

Fined  for  non-completion  of  B.D.  1467-8. 

SKELTON  or  SHELTON, .   B.A.  1480. 

SKELTON, .   B.D.  1492-3-   A  monk. 

SKEPE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  c. 

1463. 
SKEPP,  see  SKIPP. 
SKEPPER,  see  also  SKIPPER. 
SKEPPER,  ANTHONY.    Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Magdalene, 

Feb.  21,  1717-8.   B.atAslackby,  Lines.    Matric.  1718;  B.A. 

1721-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  23,  1722;  priest,  Dec.  20, 

1724.  V.  of  Helion  Bumpstead,  Essex,  1737. 
SKEPER,  WILLIAM.   M.A.  Fellow  of  Clare.  Ord.  priest  (Ely) 

June  13,  1495- 
SKEPPER  or  SKIPPER,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney, 

July  8,  1612.  Probably  s.  of  Edward,  of  East  Kirkby,  Lines., 

gent.    Matric.  1614;  B.A.  1617-8.    R.  of  Thorpe-by-Wain- 

fleet.  Lines.,  1630.   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  884.) 
SKERNE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1623. 
Perhaps  3rd  s.  of  Robert,  of  Bonby,  Lines.,  Esq.   Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  29,  1627.   (F.M.G.,  782.) 
SKEARN,  ROBERT.   Matric.  Fell. -Com.  from  St  Catharine's, 
Michs.  1654.    Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Fockerby, 
Yorks.,  Esq.   Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  12,  1656. 
SKERN,  WILLIAM.    B.A.  1490-1;  M.A.  1493;  B.D.   1503-4. 
Fellow  of  Clare,  1494.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  14,  1494-5- 
R.  of  St  Margaret  Moses,  London,  1496-1505.    Died  June, 
1505.   Will  dated,  June  23;  proved  (P.C.C.)  June  28,  1505. 
(Hennessy.) 

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Skerrit,  Augustine 

SKERN, .  M.A.  1490.  Will  of  Sir  Richard  Skem,  priest,  of 

St  Stephen's,  Westminster,  proved  (Cons.  C.  London)  1542. 

SKERN, .  B.A.  15 14. 

SKERRIT  or  SKYRRIT,  AUGUSTINE.  Matric.  sizar  from 
Christ's,  Feb.  15,  1579-80;  B.A.  1582-3. 

SKERRATT,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Christ's,  1727.  From  Brasenose 
College,  O.xford;  matric.  there,  Apr.  16,  1709,  age  17;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1712.  S.  of  Edward,  of  Newall,  Cheshire.  V.  of 
Kingston-by-Taunton,  Somerset,  1716-31.  R.  of  Brereton, 
Cheshire,  1731.  V.  of  Biddulph,  Staffs.,  i733-  {Peile.u.  202; 
Al.  Oxon.) 

SKERRETT,  RALPH.  M.A.  from  King's,  1706.  S.  of  John,  of 
Shavington,  Cheshire.  Matric.  (Brasenose  College,  Oxford) 
Oct.  10,  1696,  age  15;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1700;  D.D.  1720.  R.  of 
Oakley,  Suffolk,  1713-20.  R.  of  St  Peter-le-Poer,  London, 
1720.  Domestic  chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Grantham.  V.  of 
Greenwich,  1720-51.  President  of  Sion  College,  1738. 
Author,  sermons.  Died  May  6,  i75i-  Buried  at  Fam- 
borough.  Will,  P.C.C.   {Al.  Oxon.;  L.  Mag.) 

SKERROLL,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1586. 

SKERROW,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  c.  1596; 
B.A.  1599-1600.  Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  June  9,  1605. 

SKEVINGTON,  ANTHONY.  Of  St  Paul's  Hostel.  Perhaps 
2nd  s.  of  Sir  William,  of  Skefi&ngton,  Leics.,  and  Lord 
Deputy  of  Ireland.  (If  so,  one  of  his  father's  executors,  in 
1534.)  B.Civ.L.  1522-3.  Adm.  to  practise  in  the  V.C.  court. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Seaton,  Rutland,  and  R.  of  Glaston,  till  1554. 
Died  1554.   (Nichols,  in.  448;  Vis.  of  Leics.,  1619.) 

SKEFFINGTON,  CLOTWORTHY.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at 
Magdalene,  Apr.  3,  1679.  S.  of  Sir  John  (1649),  Viscount 
Massareene.  B.  in  Antrim.  School  (private).  Succeeded  as 
3rd  Viscount,  June  21,  1695.  Commander-in-Chief  of  the 
Co.  of  Antrim;  aided  in  preserving  the  province  of  Ulster 
from  the  ravages  of  King  James's  army.  Married  Rachel, 
dau.  of  Sir  Edward  Hungerford,  K.B.,  of  Farley  Hungerford 
Castle,  Somerset.  Died  at  Antrim,  Mar.  1713-4- 

SKEVINTON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  24)  at  Caius, 
July  20,  1596.  S.  of  Nicholas,  innkeeper,  of  Brandon,  Suffolk. 
School,  Thetford.  Scholar,  1597-1601;  B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A. 
1603.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  21,  1601-2.  C.  of  Flitcham,  in 
1603.  R.  of  Hellington,  Norfolk,  1610-27.  Father  of  the 
next.   (Venn,  i.  159.) 

SKEVINGTON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  c. 
Feb.  1630-1.  S.  of  Edward  (above),  R.  of  Hellington, 
Norfolk,  deceased.  B.  there.  School,  Hellington  (Mr  Paul 
Amirante).   Matric.  1631.    Probably  V.  of  Aylesford,  Kent, 

1650.  (Venn,  i.  296.) 

SKEFFINGTON  or  SHEVINGTON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from 
Peterhouse,  Easter,  1550. 

SKEVINGTON,  HENRY.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Jesus,  Lent, 
1564-5.  Probably  2nd  s.  of  William  of  Skef&ngton,  Leics. 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1564-5). 

SKEVINGTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1552.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  William,  of  Fisherwick,  Staffs. 
Married  Alice,  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Cave,  of  Stanford, 
Northants.  Of  Fisherwick,  Esq.  Died  Nov.  7,  1604.  Brother 
of  Thomas  (1565).   (Nichols,  iii.  449.) 

SKEFFINGTON  or  SCEVINGTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com. 
from  Jesus,  Easter,  1603.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  William 
(1578),  of  Fisherwick,  Staffs.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
Oct.  30,  1604.  Knighted,  Aug.  1624.  M.P.  for  Newcastle- 
under-Lyne,  1626.  Succeeded  his  father  as  2nd  Bart.,  Sept. 
1 63 5 .  Sheriff  of  Staffs. ,  1 637-8.  Married  Cicely  (?  Ursula) ,  sister 
and  co-heir  of  Sir  John  Skefi&ngton,  of  Leics.   Died  Nov.  20, 

1651,  aged  67.    Buried  at  Skeffington.    Brother  of  Richard 
(1615).   (A.  Gray;  G.E.C.,  11.  14;  Nichols,  m.  449.) 

SKEFFINGTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene, 
Michs.  1649.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Richard  (next),  of  Coventry, 
Knt.  Bapt.  Dec.  27,  1632,  at  St  Michael's,  Lichfield.  Matric. 
1649.  Succeeded  his  cousin  William  as  4th  Bart.,  Apr.  1652. 
M.P.  for  Antrim,  1659;  for  Co.  Antrim,  1661-5.  Privy 
Councillor.  Governor  of  the  Co.  of  Derry  and  of  the  town  of 
Coleraine.  Suffered  as  a  Protestant  in  Ulster.  Married  Mary, 
dau.  of  John  Clotworthy,  Viscount  Massereene,  and  became 
Viscount  Massereene  on  the  death  of  his  father-in-law,  Sept. 
23,  1665.  Died  June  21,  1695.  Buried  at  Antrim.  Father 
of  Clotworthy.   (Lodge,  11.  377;  Shaw,  i.  372;  D.N.B.) 

SKEFFINGTON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Mag- 
dalene, Michs.  1615.  Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Sir  William  (1578), 
Bart.,  of  Fisherwick,  Staffs.  Knighted,  Aug.  20,  1624.  M.P. 
for  Tamworth,  1625;  for  Staffs.,  1646-7.  Of  Coventry,  and 
of  Fisherwick.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Newdigate, 
of  Arbury,  Warws.  Died  June  2,  1647.  Buried  at  Brox- 
boume,  Herts.  M.I.  Brother  of  John  (1603)  and  father  of 
John  (above).   (Nichols,  in.  449;  Lodge,  11.  375.) 


Skingle,  Thomas 

SKEVYNGTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Jesus, 
Lent,  1564-5.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  William,  of  Skefi&ngton, 
Leics.  Age  21  in  1571.  Sheriff  of  Leics.,  1576,  1588  and  1591. 
Of  Skefifington,  and  of  Ardey,  Warws.  Married  Isabella, 
dau.  of  Sir  John  Byron,  of  Newsted,  Notts.  Died  May  11, 
1600.  Brother  of  Henry  (1564-5)  and  probably  father  of 
William  (1594-5).   (Nichols,  111.  448.) 

SKEVINGTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1565.  5th  s.  of  William,  of  Fisherwick,  Staffs.  Scholar,  1568; 
B.A.  1568-9;  M.A.  1572;  LL.D.  1579.  Fellow,  1571.  Adm. 
advocate,  May  5,  1582.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1592.  Benefactor  to 
Trinity.  Brother  of  John  (1552).  (Cooper,  u.  ^yg;  Middlesex 
Pedigrees.) 

SKEVINGTON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1578.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  John  (1552),  of 
Fisherwick,  Staffs.  Created  Bart.,  May  8,  1627.  Married 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Richard  Dering,  of  Pluckley,  Kent. 
Died  Sept.  1635.  Buried  at  St  Michael's,  Lichfield.  Doubtless 
father  of  John  (1603)  and  Richard  (1615).  (Nichols,  in. 
449;  G.E.C.) 

SKEVINGTON,  .    Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  1594-5-    Probably 

William,  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas  (1564-5).  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Nov.  7,  1595.  Knighted,  Apr.  23,  1603.  Of  Skeffington, 
Leics.  Married  Catherine  Chetwode.  Died  s.^.,  Dec.  19,  1605. 
(Nichols,  III.  448.) 

SKEY,  BOUGHY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1741.  S.  and 
h.  of  John,  of  Aldenham,  Herts.  Matric.  Easter,  1742. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  June  26,  1741.  Lieut.-Colonel. 
Died  Apr.  30,  1795,  aged  69.   (G.  Mag.) 

SKIDDY  or  SKYDDYE,  ANDREW.  Matric.  pens,  from  Mag- 
dalene, Easter,  1548.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1551. 

SKIDDY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  21)  at  St  John's,  July  3, 
1750.  S.  of  Francis,  attorney,  of  Ireland.  B.  in  Dublin. 
School,  Sedbergh,  Yorks.  Matric.  1750-1;  B.A.  1754. 
Emigrated  to  America.  Living,  1761.  (Sedbergh  School 
Register.) 

SKYDMORE,  JAMES.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 

Eton,  Aug.  10,  1543.    Of  Bumham,  Bucks.    Matric.  1544; 

B.A.  1544-5. 
SKIDMORE,  JOHN.    Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 

Eton,  Aug.  23,  1538.  Of  Rowlstone,  Hereford.  Fellow  during 

1541. 
SKIDMORE,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  King's,  1603-4.   Perhaps  adm. 

at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  22,  1610-1;  of  Staple  Inn,  gent. 

SKIGGS,  RICHARD,  see  SKEGGES. 

SKIKELTHORP,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  3, 
1697;  scholar  from  St  Paul's.  B.  in  London.  Matric.  1697; 
B.A.  1700-1;  M.A.  1707.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  4, 
1704;  priest,  June  3,  1705.  Buried  at  St  Peter's,  Comhill, 
London,  Mar.  17,  1712-3;  'Lecturer.' 

SKINGLE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  July  7,  1641. 
S.  of  Robert,  yeoman.  B.  at  Ware,  Herts.  School,  Ware 
(Mr  Roberts).  Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1644-5.  Brother  of  the 
next,  Robert  (1626)  and  William  (1646). 

SKINGLE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Mar. 
16,  1634-5.  S.  of  Robert,  husbandman,  of  Ware,  Herts. 
B.  there.  School,  Ware  (Mr  Robert  Skingle,  his  brother). 
Matric.  1636;  B.A.  1638-9;  M.A.  1642.  Brother  of  John 
(above),  etc.  and  father  of  the  next. 

SKINGLE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  22, 
1673.  S.  of  Richard  (above),  clerk.  B.  at  Haddenham, 
Herts.  School,  Stansted  (private).  B.A.  1676-7.  Ord.  priest 
(London)  Feb.  26,  1677-8.  V.  of  Roydon,  Essex,  1682.  R. 
of  Lexden,  Colchester,  1706-29.  Died  1729.  (Morant,  i. 
133-) 

SKINGLE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1626;  B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633.  Master  of  Ware  Grammar 
School,  c.  1634.  Doubtless  of  Hackney,  Middlesex,  clerk. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1671.  Brother  of  John  (1641),  etc.  and  father 
of  Thomas  (1670). 

SKINGLE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  9, 
1680.  3rd  s.  of  WiUiam  (1646),  V.  of  Stebbing,  Essex. 
Schools,  Billericay  (Mr  Skingle)  and  Felsted.  Matric.  1680; 
B.A.  1683-4.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  21,  1684;  priest, 
Feb.  28,  1685-6.  R.  of  Hawkwell,  Essex,  1695-36.  Died 
1736.   Will  (Comm.  Essex)  1736;  of  Stebbing. 

SKINGLE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  May  26, 
1670.  3rd  s.  of  Robert  (1626).  B.  at  Hackney,  Middlesex. 
School,  Hackney  (his  father).  Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  11,  1676-7.  R.  of  Hadleigh, 
Essex,  1679.  Died  the  same  year  at  Rayleigh.  Admon. 
(Cons.  C,  London)  June  21,  1679. 


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SKINGLE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  July  3, 
1646.  S.  of  Robert,  yeoman.  B.  at  Ware,  Herts.  Schools, 
Ware  (Mr  Robert  Skingle)  and  Hackney,  London  (Rob. 
Skingle,  his  half-brother).  Matric.  1647;  B.A.  1649.  P.C. 
of  Little  Dunmow,  Essex,  1650-1700.  Ord.  priest  (Chichester) 
May  29,  1662.  V.  of  Stebbing,  Essex,  1662-1712.  Died  1712. 
Will,  Comm.  Essex.  Brother  of  John  (1641),  etc.  and  father 
of  Robert  (1680).   (H.  Smith;  Morant,  11.  416.) 

SKINN,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1614;  B.A. 
1617-8.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  i6i8;  priest.  May,  1619. 
V.  of  Sherbum,  Yorks.,  i6i9-c.  44,  deprived. 

SKYN,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1568. 

SKINNER,  ALEXANDER.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1608-9.  One  of 
these  names  of  Gittisham,  Devon,  clerk.  Admon.  (Exeter) 
1660. 

SKINNER,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c. 
1594- 

SKINNER,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  i,  1670. 
School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1670;  Scholar,  1671;  B.A. 
1673-4;  M.A.  1677-   Fellow,  1674. 

SKINNER,  EDMUND.  'Of  Oxford;  perhaps  also  of  Cambridge'; 
Supp.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1575-6-  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Ledbury, 
Hereford.  Ord.  deacon  (Coventry  and  Lichfield)  Sept.  26, 
1574;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1575.  V.  of  St  Sepulchre,  Northamp- 
ton, 1582-94.  V.  of  St  Giles',  Northampton,  1587-96.  R.  of 
Pitsford,  1594-1628.  Married  Bridget,  dau.  of  Humphrey 
Radcliffe.  Buried  at  Pitsford,  May  21,  1628,  aged  74. 
Will  (Archd.  Northampton)  1628.  Father  of  Robert  (1615). 
(Serjeantson,  History  of  St  Sepulchre;  Al.  Oxon.) 

SKINNER,  EDWARD.  B.A.  (?  1594-5);  M.A.  from  Trinity, 
1598.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  8,  1611-2.  V.  of 
EweU,  Kent,  1626. 

SKINNER,  EDWARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Jesus,  Easter, 
1641.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  William,  of  Thornton  Curtis, 
Lines,  (and  Bridget,  dau.  of  Sir  Edward  Coke,  Lord  Chief 
Justice),  and  grandson  of  Vincent  (1557).  Bapt.  June  24, 
1624,  at  St  Dunstan-in-the-West,  London.  Of  Thornton 
Curtis,  Esq.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  William  Wentworth, 
brother  of  Thomas,  Earl  of  Strafford.  Died  May  13,  1657, 
aged  33.  Buried  at  Goxhill.  Will  (London)  1657.  {Lines. 
Pedigrees,  888.) 

SKINNER,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Michs.  1584.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Rede,  Suffolk,  1591. 

SKINNER,  GEORGE.  Incorp.  from  Oxford,  1598.  Probably  of 
Devon,  pleb.  Matric.  (Oriel  College,  Oxford)  Oct.  14,  1597, 
age  i8. 

SKINNER,  GERVASE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  25,  1640. 

SKINNER,  HENRY.  B.A.  1499-1500.  Of  York  diocese.  M.A. 
1503.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1501.  Ord.  sub-deacon 
(Lincoln)  Feb.  19,  1501-2.  Preacher,  1507-8.  WUl  proved 
(V.C.C.)  1514- 

SKINNER,  HENRY.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1597.  Of  Kent. 

SKINNER,  ISAAC.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  July  7,  1682. 

S.  of  Richard,   attorney,   of  Sudbury,  Suffolk.    B.   there. 

School,   Eton;   Colleger,    1673-81.    Matric.    1682;   Scholar, 

1682-3.   Migrated  to  St  John's,  Jan.  17,  1682-3.   {Venn,  1. 

47I-) 
SKYNNER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Jan.  16,  1579- 

80.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Boston,  Lines.  Bapt.  there,  Dec.  12, 

1563.     Matric.    1579-80;    Scholar,    1583-5;    B.A.    1583-4. 

Married  and  had  issue.    Died  1614.    Will  dated,  Sept.  23; 

proved  (P.C.C.)  Nov.  8,  1614,  and  at  Lincoln,  Apr.  15,  1615. 

{Lines.  Pedigrees,  886;  T.  A.  Walker.) 
SKINNER,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 

1584.  One  of  these  names  knighted,  July  23,  1603;  of  Essex. 

SKINNER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  5,  1600. 

SKYNNER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  2, 
1674-5.  3rd  s.  of  Richard,  grocer,  of  Foxearth,  Essex. 
Schools,  Liston  (private)  and  Felsted.  Matric.  1675;  B.A. 
1678-9;  M.A.  1682.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June,  1680; 
priest,  June,  1683.  R.  of  Wenham  Combust,  Suffoll<,  1684. 
V.  of  Nackington,  Kent,  1685.  V.  of  Chettisham,  Suffolk, 
1695. 

SKYNNER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  25, 
1740.  S.  of  John,  attomey-at-Iaw,  of  Middlesex.  B.  in 
London.  School,  Reading,  Berks.  (Mr  Hiley).  Matric.  1741; 
B.A.  1744-5;  M.A.  1748;  B.D.  1756.  Fellow,  1747.  Public 
orator,  1752-62.  Ord.  deacon  (Bangor,  for  London)  Sept.  23, 
1750;  priest  (Ely)  May  24,  1752.  Sub-dean  of  York,  1762- 
1805.  R.  of  Easton-by-Stamford,  Northants.,  1764-1805. 
R.  of  Blatherwick,  1765-1805.  Died  May  25,  1805,  aged  81. 
Will,  P.C.C.   {Scott-Mayor,  in.  511.) 

SKINNER,  JONATHAN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1571;  B.A.  1575-6. 


Skins,  Henry 

SKINNER,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Easter, 
1618.  Matric.  1618;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  July  3;  priest,  July  4,  1625.  V.  of  Woolverstone, 
Suffolk,  1636. 

SKINNER,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  3,  1644.  Of 
Suffolk.  Matric.  1644;  B.A.  1647-8;  M.A.  1651.  C.  of  Ashen, 
Essex,  in  1650.   (H.  Smith.) 

SKINNER,  NICHOLAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1552. 

SKINNER,  ROBERT.    B.A.  1503-4;  M.A.  1507;  B.D.  1510-1. 

Perhaps  R.  of  Little  Ockley,  Essex,  1520-32,  and  of  Gt 

Ockley,  1532-7. 

SKINNER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  July  3, 
i6ii.  S.  of  Edward,  husbandman,  of  Beeston,  Norfolk. 
School,  Tivetshall  (Mr  Collysson).  Matric.  1612;  B.A.  1615- 
6;  M.A.  1619.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  June  15,  1617.  C.  and 
schoolmaster  at  Mileham,  Norfolk,  in  161 7;  chaplain  there, 
in  1662.  R.  of  Little  Bittering,  1629-65.  C.  of  Longham,  in 
1636.  R.  of  Little  Bealings,  Suffolk.  Chaplain  to  Charles  I. 
Author,  Sermon.  Will  proved  (Norwich  Archd.  C.)  1665. 
{Venn,  i.  213.) 

SKINNER,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1615  (Incorp.  from  Oxford);  re- 
incorp.  B.D.  1621  {do.).  2nd  s.  of  Edmund,  R.  of  Pitsford, 
Northants.  Bapt.  Feb.  12,  1590-1,  at  St  Sepulchre's, 
Northampton.  Matric.  (Trinity  College,  Oxford)  July  ir, 
1606,  age  15;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1610;  M.A.  1614;  B.D.  1621; 
D.D.  1636.  Fellowof  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  1613.  Preacher 
at  St  Gregory  by  St  Paul's,  London,  1621-30.  Chaplain  to 
Charles  I.  R.  of  Pitsford,  Northants.,  1628-35.  R.  of 
Launton,  Oxon.,  1631.  R.  of  Greens  Norton,  Northants., 
1636-43,  sequestered.  Sequestered  also  from  Cuddesdon, 
1646,  and  Beckenham,  1647.  Bishop  of  Bristol,  1637-41. 
Bishop  of  Oxford,  1641;  imprisoned  in  the  Tower  of  London; 
restored,  1660.  Bishopof  Worcester,  1663-70.  Died  June  14, 
1670.  Buried  in  Worcester  Cathedral.  Will,  P.C.C.  {A  I. 
Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

SKINNER,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1617. 

Matric.  1617;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 

July  3;  priest,  July  4,  1625. 
SKINNER,  STEPHEN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  c.  1591. 
SKINNER,  STEPHEN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  17,  1675. 

Scholar,    1676;    Matric.    1678;    B.A.    1678-9;    M.A.    1682. 

Fellow,  i68r.    Ord.  priest  (London)  Mar.  5,  1683-4.    R.  of 

Buckland,  Herts.,  1684-1712.    R.  of  Wyddial,  1693-1712. 

Chaplain   to   the   Duke  of   Richmond.     Author,   Christian 

Practice.  Died  1712. 
SKINNER,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,   Lent, 

1577-8. 
SKINNER,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,   Lent, 

1582-3;  B.A.   1586-7.    Ord.  deacon  (Colchester)  May  13; 

priest.  May  14,  1596.  V.  of  Laxfield,  Suffolk,  1603. 
SKYNNER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1588. 
SKINNER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  29, 

1646.   S.  of  Nicholas,  gent.,  of  Brentford,  Essex.    B.  there. 

School,  Bishop's  Stortford  (Mr  Lee).    Matric.   1646;  B.A. 

1649.   Created  M.D.  (Oxford)  1672.   Practised  at  Colchester. 

Historian.    Buried  at  St  Mary's,  Colchester,  Aug.  8,  1670. 

{D.N.B.;Al.Oxon.) 
SKINNER,   THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,   July  4,    1649. 

Matric.  1649;  B.A.  1652.    Perhaps  V.  of  Willington,  Beds., 

1665-8.   One  of  these  names  R.  of  Chevening,  Kent,  1686- 

1706.  Buried  there  Nov.  25,  1706. 
SKINNER,  VINCENT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1557. 

S.  of  John,  of  Thorpe-by-Wainiieet,  Lines.    Scholar,  1560; 

B.A.  1560-1;  M.A.  1564.   Fellow,  1561.   Incorp.  at  Oxford, 

1566.    M.P.  for  Truro,  1571;  for  Barnstaple,  1572-83;  for 

Boston,  1584-5,  1586-7,  1588-9;  for  Boroughbridge,  1592-3; 

for  St  Ives,  1597-8;  for  Preston,  1604-11.   Knighted,  May  7, 

1603.  Of  Thornton  College,  Lines.  Married  (i)  Audry,  dau. 

of  Richard  Ogle,  of  Pinchbeck,  Lines.;  (2)  Elizabeth,  dau. 

of  William  (?  Robert)  Fowkes,  of  Enfield,  Middlesex.  Buried 

at  St  Andrew,  Holbom,  Feb.  29,  1615-6.    Admon.  (P.C.C.) 

1622.   {Al.  Oxon.;  Lines.  Pedigrees,  888;  Misc.  Gen.  et  Her., 

N.S.,  I.  81.) 
SKINNER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 

Eton,  Aug.  12,  1513.   Of  Alcester,  Warws.   Name  off,  1516. 

Perhaps  B.A.  1516-7.   One  of  these  names  V.  of  St  Martin- 

in-the-Fields,  London,  1522-37. 
SKYNNER,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Clare,  Michs. 

1579- 
SKINNER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  8,  1635. 

Of  Essex.    Matric.   1635;  B.A.   1639-40.    Died  in  College. 

Buried  at  St  Andrew's,  Cambridge,  Oct.  21,  1641. 
SKINNER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  £m>ianuel,  Apr.  8,  1642. 

Of  Essex. 

SKINS,  HENRY.  B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1646-7. 


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Skins,  Thomas 

SKINS,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 

1639;  B.A.  1642-3;  M.A.  1647,  'Skinner.'    Perhaps  V.  of 

Thrybergh,  Yorks.,  1644-71.   Died  1671. 
SKIPP,  JOHN.  Scholar  of  Gonville  Hall,  1513;  B.A.  1514-5; 

M.A.  1518;  B.D.  1533;  D.D.  1535.   Fellow,  1516-36.   Master, 

1536-40.    President  of  Physwick  Hostel,   1519-21.    V.  of 

Thaxted,    Essex,    1534-9.     Canon    of   Westminster,    1535. 

Chaplain   and   almoner   to   Anne   Boleyn.     Archdeacon   of 

Suffolk,  1536-9.  R.  of  Newington,  Surrey,  1538.  Archdeacon 

of  Dorset,  1538-9.  Bishop  of  Hereford,  1539-52.  Died  Mar. 

30,   1552.    Buried  in   St   Mary  Mounthaw,   London.    Will 

(P.C.C).   (Venn,  i.  20;  D.N.B.;  Cooper,  i.  109.) 
SKIPP  or  SKEPP,  JOHN.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Peterhouse, 

Easter,  1615.    2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  London.    B.A.  1617-8; 

M.A.   1621.    Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  22,   1617. 

Probably  R.  of  Helmdon,  Northants.,  1628-33.    Brother  of 

Thomas  (1615).   [Baker,  i.  631.) 
SKIPP,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  May  19,  1702. 

S.   of  John,   gent.,   of   Wymondham,   Norfolk.     B.    there. 

Schools,  Norwich  (private)  and  Bergh  Apton  (Mr  Connold). 

Matric.  1702;  Scholar,  1702-8;  B.A.  1705-6.    Ord.  deacon 

(London)  Dec.  24,  1710;  priest.  May  14,  1713.  (Venn,  i.  509.) 
SKIPP,  RICHARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 

1609.  Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1612-3.  V.  of  Horsey,  Norfolk,  1615. 
SKIPP,  RICHARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  8,  1620. 

Of  London.    Probably  3rd  s.  of  John,  of  London.    Matric. 

1620.   Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  12,  1622. 
SKEPP,    THOMAS.     Matric.    FeU.-Com.    from    Peterhouse, 

Easter,  1615.   S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  London,  gent.   Adm. 

at  the  Middle  Temple,  Jan.  25,  1615.  Brotherof  John  (1615). 
SKIPP,  THOMAS.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Caius,  May  1, 

1677.    S.  of  Thomas,  of  North  Tuddenham,  Norfolk  (and 

Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Edward  Spencer,  of  Rendlesham).   B.  at 

Rendlesham,  Suffolk.    School,  Norwich  (Mr  Cory).    Matric. 

1677.    Adm.   at  Gray's   Inn,  June  21,    1680.    Died   1681. 

(Venn,  i.  457.) 
SKIP,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  Oct.  17, 

1696.  S.  of  Martin,  Esq.  B.  at  Tuddenham,  Norfolk.  School, 

Wymondham.   Matric.  1697;  B.A.  1700-1. 

SKIPPER,  see  also  SKEPPER. 

SKIPPER  or  SKEPPER,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  from 
St  John's,  Easter,  1615.  Perhaps  s.  of  Christopher  of 
Durham.  Bapt.  Feb.  14,  1596-7,  at  St  Margaret's,  Durham. 
Age  15  in  1615.  B.A.  1618-9.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1619. 
(Vis.  of  Durham.) 

SKIPPER,  JAMES.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1703.  Of 
Norwich.  Matric.  Easter,  1704.  Died  1706,  aged  20.  Buried 
at  St  Peter  Mancroft,  Norwich.   M.I.  there.   (H.  P.  Stokes.) 

SKIPPER  or  SKEPPER,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1612;  B.A.  1615-6;  M.A.  1619. 

SKIPPER,  ROGER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1644.  Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1647-8.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich) 
Aug.  8,  1662.  R.  of  AU  Saints',  South  Elmham,  Suffolk, 
1661-3. 

SKIPPON,  LUKE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  July  12,  1585. 
S.  of  Bartholomew,  gent.  B.  at  Weasenham,  Norfolk. 
Schools,  Dereham  and  Mileham  (Messrs  Paynter  and 
Jepsam).  Of  West  Lexham,  gent.  Died  there  Sept.  20,  1638. 
Father  of  Philip  the  Parliamentary  General  and  Luke  (1614) ; 
brother  of  William  (1584).  (Venn,  i.  125;  Misc.  Gen.  et 
Her.,  N.S.,  i.  64.) 

SKIPPON,  LUKE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1614. 
S.  of  Luke  (1585),  of  West  Lexham,  gent.  B.A.  1617-8; 
M.A.  1621;  B.D.  1634;  D.D.  1660  (Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1619. 
Tutor.  Bursar,  1623-4,  1632-3.  Taxor,  1628.  Junior 
Proctor,  1633-4.  Nominated  for  the  Mastership  of  Peter- 
house, 1663,  but  not  appointed.  R.  of  Hingham,  Norfolk, 
1636-46.  R.  of  Tavistock,  Devon,  1637.  R.  of  Litcham, 
Norfolk,  1642.  R.  of  Wissingset,  1661-76.  R.  of  South 
Lynn.  V.  of  West  Bradenham,  1662.  R.  of  Mileham.  R.  of 
Tydd  St  Giles',  Cambs.,  1676.  Died  1676.  Will  dated,  Aug. 
3, 1674;  proved  (Archd.  C.  Norwich)  July  12, 1676.  (Carthew, 
Launditch,  in.  444;  Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  N.S.,  i.  64.) 

SKIPPON,  LUKE.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  1656.  2nd  s. 
of  Major-General  Philip  Skippon.  B.  Aug.  8,  1638,  at 
Foulsham  Hall,  Norfolk.  Matric.  Easter,  1656.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  22,  1655-6.  Probably  died  before  1660. 
Brother  of  Philip  (1660). 

SKIPPON,  PHILIP.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1660.  (Probably  adm. 
Fell.-Com.  in  1655.)  Doubtless  4th  s.  of  Major-General 
Philip.  B.  Oct.  28,  1641,  at  Hackney,  Middlesex.  Probably 
adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  5,  1662-3.  Left  England  with  the 
Rev.  John  Ray,  the  naturalist,  and  travelled  abroad,  1663-6. 
F.R.S.,  1667.  Knighted,  Apr.  19,  1674.  Of  Foulsham, 
Norfolk,  and  of  Ketton,  Suffolk.    Married  (i)  Amy,  dau.  of 


Skipwith,  Gerard 

Francis  Brewster,  Esq.,  of  Wrentham,  Suffolk;  (2)  Ann,  dau. 
of  Sir  Thomas  Bamardiston,  of  Ketton.  Kept  a  journal  of 
his  travels.  Buried  at  Ketton,  Aug.  14,  1691.  Brother  of 
Luke  (1656)  and  father  of  Philip  (1692).  (Carthew,  Laun- 
.    ditch,  in.  444;  T.  Quarles,  Foulsham.) 

SKIPPON,  PHILIP.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Jesus,  Apr.  25,  1692. 
S.  of  Sir  Philip  (1660),  of  Foulsham,  Norfolk,  and  of  Ketton, 
Suffolk,  Knt.,  and  grandson  of  Major-General  Philip  Skippon. 
B.  July  12,  1675,  at  Wrentham.  Matric.  1692.  M.P.  for 
Sudbury,  1705-10.  Sold  the  Foulsham  estate,  in  1715- 
Died  unmarried,  1717.  Buried  at  Edwardstone,  Suffolk. 
(Le  Neve,  Knights,  299.) 

SKIPPON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Lent, 
1557-8. 

SKIPPON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  10, 
1584.  S.  of  Bartholomew,  yeoman.  B.  at  Weasenham,  Nor- 
folk. School,  Dereham  (Mr  Penter).  Matric.  1584.  Lived 
at  Tawstock,  Devon,  where  he  was  secretary  or  agent  to 
Lord  Bath.  Died  there  Jan.  1,  1633-4.  WiU  (P.C.C);  of 
Tawstock;  proved  by  his  nephew  Luke  (1614).  Brother  of 
Luke  {1585).   (Venn,  i.  120.) 

SKIPTON,  see  also  SHIPTON. 

SKYPTON,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Sx  John's,  Michs.  1579- 

SKIPTON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1619; 
B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1623; 
priest.  May,  1624. 

SKIPTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  July  28, 
1635.  S.  of  Thomas,  Cwsfos  of  Londonderry.  School,  London- 
derry.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  19,  1638. 

SKIPTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  1522.  Of  York.  B.A.  1526-7;  M.A.  1530;  B.D.  1536-7- 
Fellow,  i5?5-c.  1543.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Apr.  16;  priest, 
June  11,  1530. 

SKIPWITH,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs. 
1588.  One  of  these  names,  'of  Fordham,  Norfolk,'  adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  Feb.  11,  1592-3.   (Peile,  i.  194.) 

SKIPWITH,  EDWARD.   B.D.  1465-6. 

SKYPWYTHE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Michs.  1552. 

SKIPWITH,  EDWARD.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1571.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  WiUiam,  Knt.,  of 
South  Ormsby,  Lines,  (and  Anne,  dau.  of  John  Towthby). 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Aug.  13,  1575;  of  Lincokishire,  and 
of  Clement's  Inn.  Bencher,  1600.  Autumn  reader,  1601. 
M.P.  for  Grimsby,  1601.  WiU  dated,  Nov.  24,  1619;  proved, 
Apr.  3,  1620.   Father  of  the  next.   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  892.) 

SKIPWITH,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Nov.  1,  1606. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Edward  Towthby  (above),  alias  Skipwith; 
age  26  in  1615.  Matric.  1606.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov. 
29,  1607.  Of  Gosberton  and  Grantham.  Married  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Sir  John  Hatcher,  Knt.,  of  Careby,  Lines.  Died 
May  4  (?  24),  1666.  M.I.  at  Grantham.  Father  of  Edward 
(1635)  and  Thomas  (1635).  (Lines.  Pedigrees,  893;  Nichols, 
III.  371.) 

SKIPWITH,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1628;  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1641.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18, 
1641.   R.  of  Boothby  and  Navenby,  Lines.,  1641. 

SKIPWITH,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1629. 

SKIPWITH,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  27, 
1635.  S.  of  Edward  (1606),  Esq.,  of  Gosberton  and  Grantham. 
B.  at  Langton,  Lines.  Schools,  Sleaford  (Mr  TreviUian)  and 
Grantham  (Mr  Wilkinson).  Matric.  1635.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Nov.  27,  1637.  Of  Gosberton  and  Quadring.  Manied 
Alice,  dau.  of  Marmaduke  Peckett,  of  London,  merchant. 
Died  Dec.  8,  1644.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1635).  (Lines. 
Pedigrees,  893.) 

SKIPWITH,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Jesus,  Michs. 
1584.  Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Henry,  of  Keythorpe,  Leics.  Died 
at  Cambridge.  Brother  of  Henry  (c.  1591)  and  WiUiam 
(1579-80).   (Nichols,  III.  368.) 

SKIPWITH,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Trinity, 
July  5,  1724.  S.  of  Sir  Fulwar,  Bart.,  of  Newbold  HaU, 
Warws.  School,  Eton.  Matric.  1724.  Succeeded  as  3rd  Bart., 
May  13,  1728.  Married  Ursula,  dau.  of  Thomas  Cart-vright, 
of  Aynhoe,  Northants.  Died  Dec.  6,  1778.  (Vis.  of  Warws., 
1682;  G.E.C.,  IV.  48.) 

SKIPWITH,  GEORGE.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Feb. 
1608-9.  Of  Leicestershire.  Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Sir  WiUiam 
(1579-80),  of  Cotes,  Leics.  B.  1591.  Died  s.p.  in  Denmark. 
Brotherof  Henry  (i6o6)  and  Thomas  (1612). 

SKIPWITH,  GERARD.  B.A.  1450.  Of  Yorkshire.  M.A.  1454; 
B.D.  1463-4.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  c.  1450.  Proctor,  1456-7. 
V.  of  Eltisley,  Cambs.,  1465.  Died  1502.  Benefactor  to 
Pembroke.  Brother  of  Nicholas,  B.D.  (Cooper,  1.  6.) 


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SKIPWITH,  HENRY.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Trinity,  c.  1591- 
Doubtless  4th  s.  of  Henry,  of  Keythorpe,  Leics.  (and  Jane, 
dau.  of  Francis  Hall,  of  Grantham,  Lines.).  Of  Tugby  and 
Knight  Thorpe.  Married  Joan,  dau.  of  Leonard  Aston,  of 
Longdon,  Staffs.  Brother  of  Francis  (1584)  and  William 
(1579-80).    (Nichols,  in.  368.) 

SKIPWITH,  HENRY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Apr.  24, 
1606.  Of  Leicestershire.  S.  and  h.  of  William  (1579-80), 
of  Cotes,  Leics.,  Knt.  B.  1589.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  17, 
1608.  Knighted,  July  19,  1609.  Created  Bart.,  Dec.  20,  1622. 
One  of  the  Commissioners  of  Array  for  Leicestershire. 
Sheriff  of  Leics.,  1636-7.  Gentleman  of  the  Privy  Chamber, 
1 64 1.  A  zealous  Royalist.  Of  Prestwold  and  of  Cotes. 
Entertained  Charles  I  at  his  house  at  Cotes.  His  expenditure 
in  the  royal  cause  obliged  him  to  sell  the  Prestwold  estate 
and  others.  Married  (i)  Tresham  (?Amy),  3rd  dau.  of  Sir 
Thomas  Kemp,  of  Kent;  (2)  Blandina,  widow  of  John  Acton, 
citizen  of  London.  Died  c.  1658.  Brother  of  George  (1608-9) 
and  Thomas  (1612).   (G.E.C.,  \.  215;  Nichols,  in.  368.) 

SKIPWITH,  HUMBERSTON.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  Apr. 
28,  1672.  S.  of  Sir  Fulwar,  Bart.,  of  Ketsby,  Lines.  Married 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  George  Cony,  Knt.,  July  16,  1675. 
Died  v.p.,  June  14,  1677,  aged  22.  His  son  Fulwar  succeeded 
as  2nd  Bart.,  in  1678.  (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  Lines.  Pedigrees, 
892;  Vis.  of  iVarws.,  1682.) 

SKIPWITH,  NICHOLAS.  B.D.  Fellow  and  benefactor  of 
Pembroke,  c.  1450.  Perhaps  of  Biddenham,  Beds.,  and  of 
Riccall,  Yorks.,  clerk.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1493-  Brother  of 
Gerard  (1450). 

SKIPWITH,  RALPH.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1623.  Of  Nor- 
folk. S.  and  h.  of  Edmund,  of  Fordham,  Norfolk,  Esq.  Adm. 
at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  21, 1626-7.  Perhaps  brother  of  William 
(1624).   {Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 

SKIPWITH,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1612.  Of  Leicestershire.  Doubtless  3rd  s.  of  Sir  William 
(1579-80),  of  Cotes,  Leics.  B.  1594.  Married  and  had  issue. 
Brother  of  George  (1608-9)  and  Henry  (1606).  {Nichols, 
III.  368.) 

SKIPWITH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Sidney,  May  27, 
1635.  S.  of  Edward  (1606),  Esq.,  of  Gosberton  and  Grant- 
ham, Lines.  B.  at  Langton.  .Schools,  Sleaford  and  Grantham. 
Matric.  1636.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  30,  1638.  Barrister. 
Reader,  1670.  Serjeant-at-law,  1675.  King's  Serjeant,  1684. 
M.P.  for  Grantham,  1659-60.  Knighted,  May  29,  1673. 
Created  Bart.,  July  27,  1678.  Married  (i)  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Ralph  Latham,  of  Upminster,  Essex;  (2)  Elizabeth,  widow 
of  Edward  Maddison,  of  Caistor,  Lines.  Died  June  2,  1694. 
Buried  at  Upminster.  Brother  of  Edward  (1635).  {Lines. 
Pedigrees,  893.) 

SKYPWYTH,  W[ILLIAM].  Matric.  Fell. -Com.  from  Jesus,  Lent, 
1579-80.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Henry,  of  Keythorpe,  Leics. 
Knighted,  Apr.  23,  1603.  M.P.  for  Leicester,  1604.  Married 
(i)  Margaret,  dau.  of  Roger  Cave,  of  Stanford,  Northants.; 
(2)  Jane,  dau.  of  John  Roberts.  Died  1610.  Father  of 
Henry  (1606),  George  (1608-9)  and  Thomas  (1612). 

SKIPWITH,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1624.  Probably  2nd  s.  of  Edmund,  of  Fordham,  Norfolk, 
Esq.  B.A.  1628-9.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  18,  1626. 
(One  of  these  names  s.and  h.of  William,  of  Utterby,  Lines.) 

SKIPWITH,  WILLOUGHBY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at 
Sidney,  July  13,  1631.  S.  and  h.  of  WiUiam,  of  South 
Ormesby,  Lines.  Bapt.  there,  Jan.  3,  1612-3.  School,  Otley, 
Yorks.  (Mr  Yonge).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  13,  1634. 
Married  Honora,  dau.  of  Patrick  Saunders,  of  London,  M.D. 
Died  1658.  Admon.,  1658;  to  his  widow.  {Lines.  Pedigrees, 
896.) 

SKIPWITH, .    B.Civ.L.  1496-7.    Probably  Richard,  R.  of 

St  Alban's,  Wood  Street,  London,  1505-19.  Died  1519.  Will 
(P.C.C);  'CoUege  of  our  Lady,  Warwick.' 

SKIPWITH, .  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  King's,  1582. 

SKLEDDALE,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1481. 

SKOPAM,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1552. 

SKOULDING,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  29, 
1703.  Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1703.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Sept.  1712;  priest,  Feb.  1712-3.  R.  of  Bedfield  and  Beding- 
field,  Suffolk,  1720. 

SKOULDING,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  9,  1687. 
Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  John,  of  Sibton.  B.A.  1690-1;  M.A.  1694. 
V.  of  Sibton  and  Peascnhall,  Suffolk,  1699.  R.  of  Kelsale 
and  Carlton,  1700.   Died  1712.   Buried  at  Peasenhall. 

SKRIME,  see  SCRIME. 

SKRIMSHIRE,  see  SCRIMSHIRE. 

SKURRE,  LEONARD,  see  SCURR. 

SKUT,  ROBERT,  alias  EXWORTH,  see  SCUTT. 


Slader,  John 

SKYBY,  WILLIAM.    M.A.   145&-7-    Of  Essex.    B.D.   1460-1. 

FeUow  of  King's.   Proctor,  1460-r.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar. 

29;  priest,  Apr.  12,  1460.   Preb.  of  Hereford,  1481-8.   R.  of 

St  Vedast,  London,  1482-8.  Died  1488.   (A.  B.  Beaven.) 

SKYBY, .   B.D.  1479-80. 

SKYLLING,  JOHN.    Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 

Eton,  1453.   Of  Combe,  Hants.   One  of  these  names  was  of 

the  Inner  Temple.   Lent  reader,  1507.  Treasurer,  1515. 
SKYLLING,  MICHAEL.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

c.  1460.   Probably  M.P.  for  Heytesbury,  1477-8. 
SKYRME,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  Mar.'a, 

1737-8.    S.  and  h.  of  John,  Esq.,  of  Lanhaden,  Pembroke. 

B.   there.    School,   Westminster.    Matric.    1738.    Adm.  at 

Lincoln's  Inn,  May  i8,   1737.    High  Sheriff  of  Pembroke, 

1769-70;  of  Vaynor,  Esq. 
SKYRING,  ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1690. 

Of  Cambridgeshire.   Matric.  Michs.  1691;  B.A.  1694-5;  M.A. 

1698.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  4,  1699;  priest  (London) 

July   14,    1705.     R.   of   Snargate,    Kent,    1708-53.     R.   of 

Knowlton,  1713-53.    R.  of  ChiUenden,  1721.   Died  Mar.  26, 

1753.   Admon.,  P.C.C. 
SLACKE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1618.   Of  Suffolk. 
SLACK,  JAMES.   Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  c.  1596;  B.A. 

from  St  Catharine's,  1598-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  25; 

priest,  Nov.  13,  1603.  Doubtless  R.  of  EnniskiUen  (Clogher); 

of  Cleenish  and  of   Kinawley  (Kilmore),  1622-23.   Died  in 

Dublin  May  19,  1634;   buried  in  St  Catherine's.    (Dundas, 

EnniskiUen  Parish;  H.  B.  Swanzy.) 
SLACKE,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1585; 

B.A.  1588-9;  M.A.  1592.   V.  of  Cantley,  Yorks.,  1593-1636. 

Master  of  Bawtry  Hospital,  1610-43.  Died  1643. 
SLACKE,  JOHN.   B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1608. 
SLACK,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  27,  1706.   Of  York- 
shire. Matric.  1706;  B.A.  1709-10;  Scholar,  1710;  M.A.  1737. 

Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1712;  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  18, 1715. 

V.  of  GoxhiU,  Lines.,  1715.    R.  of  Thornton  Curtis,  1715- 
SLACK,  JONATHAN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1611. 

Of  Suffolk.  B.A.  1613-4;  M.A.  1617.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 

Mar.  16;  priest.  Mar.  17,  1616-7. 
SLACK,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  5, 

1669.  S.  of  Abraham,  of  Bradfield,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School, 

Wirksworth.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Sept.  1677. 
SLACKE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  Caius,  Aug.  3,  1598.  S.  of 

Richard.    B.  at  Waltham,  near  Canterbury,  Kent.   School, 

Canterbury  (Mr  Roger  Raven).   B.A.  1601-2. 
SLADE,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Mar.  23, 

1726-7.   S.  of  Edward,  of  Veryan,  ComwaU,  gent.   Matric. 

1727.  Brother  of  WiUiam  (1731). 
SLADE,  DIGGORY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Mar.  25, 

1686.   S.  of  William,  of  St  AusteU,  ComwaU,  gent.   Matric. 

1686;  B.A.  1689^0;  M.A.  1693.    Perhaps  of  Holsworthy, 

Devon,  clerk.   WiU  (Exeter)  1712. 
SLADE,  JOHN.  B.A.  1478-9- 
SLADE,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  June  2,  1721. 

B.  at  MickleTrafford,  Cheshire.  Matric.  1721;  Scholar,  1723; 

B.A.  1724-5;  M.A.  1728.   Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  June,  1725; 

priest  (Lichfield)  Sept.  1727-   V.  of  Biddulph,  Staffs.,  1732- 

Perhaps  master  of  Dilhome  School.    Master  of  Ashbourne, 

1751-2.   Master  of  Bosworth  School,  Leics.  before  1758-64. 

Translator  of  Musaeus.  Died  Mar.  22,  1787.  (Peile,  11.  203; 

G.  Mag.) 
SLADE,  JOSEPH.   M.A.  from  King's,  1713-   S.  of  George,  of 

St  Tew,   ComwaU.    Matric.   (All  Souls,   Oxford)   Mar.   20, 

1699-1700,  age   19;   B.A.  (Oxford)    1703.    R.  of  Edgcote, 

Bucks.,  1730-50.  R.  of  South  Moreton,  1744-50.  Died  1750. 

{Al.  Oxon.) 
SLADE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Oct.  15,  1573- 

Of  St  Neots,  Hunts.  S.  of  Richard,  gent.  School,  Wmchester. 

Matric.   1573.    Of  EUington,  Hunts.    Unmarried  in   1613. 

Died  c.   1622.    Benefactor  to   Peterhouse.    Portrait  there. 

{Vis.  of  Hunts.,  1613;  T.  A.  Walker.) 
SLADE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Feb.  6,   1684-5. 

S.  of  WiUiam.    B.  at  West  Chinnock,  Somerset.    School, 

Crewkeme  (Mr  Leaves).   B.A.  1689-90. 
SLADE,  W.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1571- 
SLADE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  July  7. 
1731.    S.  of  Edward,  of  Veryan,  ComwaU,  gent.    One  of 

these  names  of  Warmington,  Wilts.,  clerk.    WUl  (P.C.C.) 
1783.  Brother  of  Charles  (1726-7). 
SLADOR,  JAMES.    Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Dec.  13, 

1658.  Of  Oxfordshire.   Probably  brother  of  the  next. 
SLADER,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1648.    Of 

Warwickshire.    B.A.    1649;   M.A.    1653-    FeUow,    1650-89. 

Junior  Proctor,  1664-5. 


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SLADER,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i8)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  lo, 
1646.  S.  of  Josiah,  R.  of  Buntingford  Westmill,  Herts.  B. 
at  Birmingham,  Warws.  School,  London.  Perhaps  adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  20,  1656;  of  the  City  of  Westminster, 
Middlesex,  Esq. 

SLANEY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  1595-6- 
Doubtless  s.  of  Sir  Stephen,  Mayor  of  London,  1595  (and 
Mary,  dau.  of  Jasper  Pheasant,  of  Tottenham,  Middlesex). 
Probably  brother  of  Jasper  (1590-1).  (F.  C.  Cass,  E. 
Barnet.) 

SLANY,  GILES.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1632; 
B.A.  1635-6. 

SLANY,  GRIFFITH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May  5, 
1683.  S.  of  Edward.  B.  at  Drayton,  Salop.  School,  Drayton. 
Matric.  1686;  B.A.  1686-7. 

SLANY,  JASPER.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  1590-1. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Sir  Stephen,  of  London,  Knt.  (and  Mary, 
dau.  of  Jasper  Pheasant,  of  Tottenham,  Middlesex).  Prob- 
ably brother  of  Edward  (i595-6). 

SLANEY,  MORETON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  June  6, 
1670.  S.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Hatton  Grange,  Cheshire,  gent. 
B.  at  Shifnal,  Salop.  School,  Shifnal  (Mr  Thos.  Barefoote). 
Matric.  1670.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  9,  1672.  Of 
Hayhall,  Yardley.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Aglionby, 
of  Warwickshire.   (Burke,  L.O.) 

SLANEY,  MORETON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  May  5, 
1718.  S.  of  Moreton,  of  Birmingham,  Warws.  School, 
Birmingham  (Mr  Parkinson).  Matric.  1718.  Probably  of 
Knowle,  Warws.  Died  1762.    (L.  Mag.) 

SLAYNE  or  SLEYNY,  STEPHEN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1579;  B.A.  1582-3.   Probably  brother  of  the  next. 

SLEYNY,    THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1579- 
SLATER  or  SCLATER,  BENJAMIN.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar 

from  Eton,  1675.  B.  at  Coombe.  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1680-1; 

M.A.  1684.    Fellow,  1679.    P.C.  of  Teddington,  Middlesex, 

1685-92.   R.  of  Naunton  Beauchamp,  Worcs.,  1689-99. 

SLATER  or  SCLATER,  CHRISTOPHER.    M.A.   1612  (Incorp. 

from  Oxford).    3rd  s.  of  Anthony,  V.  of  Leighton  Buzzard, 

Beds.   Bapt.  there,  Sept.  13,  1584.    Matric.  (Corpus  Christi 

College,  Oxford)  Jan.  20,  1597-8,  age  13;  B.A.  1603;  M.A. 

1607.  C.  to  his  father  at  Leighton  Buzzard,  1613-6;  V.,  1624. 

Died  1647,  aged  63.    Will  dated,  July  27,   1642;  proved, 

Aug.  21,  1646  (sic).   M.I.  at  Leighton  Buzzard.    Brother  of 

William  (1593)  and  John  (1598),  doubtless  father  of  William 

(1636).   (Al.  Oxon.;  Geneal.  Bedford,  405.) 
SLATER,   DANIEL.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  29,   1700. 

Of  Middlesex.   Matric.  1700;  B.A.  1704-5;  M.A.  1725-   Ord. 

priest  (London)  Feb.  17,  1705-6.    R.  of  Aston-under-Edge, 

Gloucs.,  1724-50.  Died  1750. 
SCLATER,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  June  11, 

1629.  S.  of  John  (1598),  B.D.,  R.  of  Church  Lawford,  Warws. 

B.   at  Clapton,   Beds.    Bapt.   July   5,    1612,   at   Leighton 

Buzzard.  School,  Rugby.  Matric.  1629.  Migrated  to  Queens', 

Mar.  2,  1632-3.   B.A.  1632-3. 
SLATER,  GEORGE.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1560; 

Scholar,  1563,  Sclater;  B.A.  1564-5;  M.A.  1568;  B.D.  1575; 

D.D.  1584.   Fellow,  1565.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  July  29,  1565. 

University  preacher,  1570.   R.  of  Alderton,  Sufiolk,  1571-2. 

R.  of  Bulmer,  Yorks.,  1572-85.    R.  of  Bainton,   1573-90. 

Preb.    of    York,    1574-90.     Preb.    of   Southwell,    1586-90. 

Married  Thomasina,  dau.  of  Archbishop  Matthew  Hutton. 

Buried  at  Bainton,  Aug.  19,  1590.   (S.  L.  Ollard.) 
SCLATER,  GEORGE.    M.A.  from  Clare,  1696.    S.  of  Edward, 

of  Putney,  Surrey,  clerk.    Matric.  (Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford) 

Feb.  21,  1675-6,  age  15;  B.A.  (Merton  College,  Oxford)  1684. 

R.  of  Hayes,  Kent,  1688.    R.  of  Westerham,  1696.    Died 

Feb.  1705-6.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
SLATER,  HENRY.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1634. 

One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Keighley,  Yorks., 

adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1636. 
SLATER  or  SCLATER,  HENRY.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens', 

Easter,   1659.    Of  Lancashire.    Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Sir 

Henry,  of  Light  Oakes,  Lanes.    Age  22  in  1664.    Adm.  at 

Gray's  Inn,  June  21,  1659. 
SLATER  or  SCLATER,  JOHN.    Adm.  at   King's   (age   17)   a 

Scholar  from  Eton,  Aug.  25,  1598.    Of  Leighton  Buzzard, 

Beds.    2nd  s.  of  Anthony,  V.  of  Leighton  Buzzard.    Bapt. 

there,  July  31,  1580.  Matric.  1598;  B.A.  1601-2;  M.A.  1606; 

B.D.  1614.    Fellow,  1601-8.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1607  and 

1618.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  22,  1605.    V.  of  Holford, 

Somerset,  1610-1.    V.  of  St  Michael's,  Southampton,  1611. 

R.  of  Church  Lawford,  Warws.,  1612.   Married,  at  Leighton 

Buzzard,  Jone  Smith,  Apr.   11,   1611.    Father  of  Edward 

(1629),  brother  of  Christopher  (16x2)  and  William  (1593). 


Slater,  Thomas 

SLATER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Feb.  19, 1624-5. 
S.  of  John,  apothecary,  of  London.  School,  St  Paul's. 
Matric.  1625;  Scholar,  1625-8;  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1628-9; 
M.A.  1632.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Birmingham,  1661. 
(Venn,  i.  270.) 

SLATER  or  SCLATER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Mag- 
dalene, June  10,  1653.  S.  of  John,  of  Hognaston,  Derbs. 
School,  Repton,  Derbs.   Matric.  1653;  B.A.  1656-7. 

SLATER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  27,  1664. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1667-8.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  Sept.  1668;  priest,  Sept.  1669.  One  of  these  names 
V.  of  Chatteris,  Cambs.  Non-juror. 

SLATER,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1672, 
'Salter';  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Dec.  18,  1681;  priest,  Feb.  24,  1683-4.  Perhaps  V.  of 
'Wrotton,'  Beds.,  1719.  R.  of  Sandy,  1722.  One  of  these 
names,  M.A.,  R.  of  Stibbington,  Hunts.,  1731-9-  Died  i739- 

SLATER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  May  15,  1675. 
2nd  s.  of  Jonathan,  butcher.  B.  at  Chesterfield,  Derbs. 
School,  Chesterfield  (Mr  Thos.  Needham).  Matric.  1677; 
B.A.  1678-9;  M.A.  1682.  Probably  chaplain  to  Mr  Pole, 
of  Radbome.   (F.M.G.,  210.) 

SLATER  or  SCLATER,  MARK.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1619;  B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Dec.  1626. 

SLATER,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  July  2, 
1713.  S.  of  John,  deceased.  B.  at  York.  School;  Thresh- 
field.  Matric.  1713;  B.A.  1716-7;  M.A.  1720.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Dec.  2,  1717;  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  1720.  C.  of 
Mildenhall,  Sufiolk.   R.  of  Euston,  1722-8.   Died  i7i8. 

SLATER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Jvme  30,  1590; 
B.A.  1593-4;  M.A.  1597. 

SLATER,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1592; 
B.A.  1594-5;  M..\.  1598.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.) 
May  25,  1596.  V.  of  Hampsthwaite,  Yorks.,  1604.  V.  of 
Normanton  (Trinity  College  living),  1615;  there  in  1619. 
V.  of  Kirkthorpe,  1619.  Buried  at  Hampsthwaite,  July  27, 
1657. 

SCLATER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 
22,  1706.  S.  of  Robert,  lawyer.  B.  at  Clitheroe,  Lanes. 
School,  Clitheroe  (Mr  Ascolm).  Matric.  1706.  Migrated  to 
Peterhouse,  Nov.  2,  1706.  Scholar,  1706;  B.A.  1709-10. 
Ord.  priest  (York)  June,  1716.  V.  of  Almondbury,  Yorks., 
1716-26.   Buried  Sept.  8,  1726. 

SLATER,  ROGER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1607.   Of  Lincohishire. 

SLATER,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  11,  1644. 
Of  Middlesex.  Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas.  Bapt.  Mar.  3,  1628-9, 
at  St  Olave,  Hart  Street,  London.  Matric.  1644;  B.A.  1647. 
Perhaps  M.A.  1658;  but  see  the  next.  Probably  buried  July  6, 
1667,  at  St  Olave,  Hart  Street;  'minister.'  (The  name 
appears  in  the  register  both  as  Slater  and  Slaughter.) 

SLATER,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  28,  1644-5. 
Of  Middlesex.  Perhaps  s.  of  Samuel,  minister  of  St  Kathe- 
rine-in-the-Tower,  London.  Matric.  1645;  Scholar;  B.A. 
1647-8;  M.A.  1658.  (It  is  uncertain  which  Samuel  (this  or 
the  one  above)  was  M.A.  and  Scholar,  and  also  which  was 
the  Bury  Lecturer.)  Minister  at  Nayland,  Suffolk,  1651-5; 
afterwards  lecturer  at  Bury;  ejected,  c.  1660.  Pastor  in  Lon- 
don, where  he  succeeded  Stephen  Chamock  as  minister  of  the 
congregation  in  Crosby  Square,  Bishopsgate  Street,  1680. 
Married  Hannah,  dau.  of  Harman  Sheafe.  Author,  poetical. 
Died  May  22,  1704.   (Calamy,  11.  415;  D.N.B.) 

SLATER  or  SCLATER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's, 
Dec.  1602.  B.  at  Whittington,  Lanes.  B..'^.  1605-6;  M.A. 
1609;  B.D.  1618.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1618.  Fellow  of  Jesus, 
1613-28.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  1609-10,  age  24; 
priest,  Dec.  22,  1611.  V.  of  All  Saints',  Cambridge,  1620-8. 
Buried  in  the  College  Chapel,  Dec.  20,  1628.  Will  proved 
(V.C.C.)  1628.   (A.  Gray.) 

SLATER  or  SCLATER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney, 
Oct.  7,  1631.  S.  of  William,  attorney,  deceased.  B.  at 
Halifax.  Bapt.  there,  July  4,  1615.  Schools,  Leigh,  Lanes. 
(Mr  Ja.  Gatcliffe)  and  Wakefield.  Matric.  1631.  Migrated 
to  Trinity.  Scholar,  1634;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639.  Fellow 
of  Trinity,  1637,  ejected.  Created  M.D.  (Oxford)  1649. 
Incorp.  at  Cambridge,  1649.  Practised  at  Cambridge,  1649. 
M.P.  for  Cambridge  University,  1659.  Created  Bart.,  1660. 
Purchased  the  Linton,  Cambs.,  estate,  including  Catley 
House,  in  1675.  Enlarged  Catley  House  and  laid  out  an 
elaborate  garden.  J. P.  Sheriff  of  Cambs.,  1680-1.  Died 
Dec.  16  (?  10),  1684,  aged  69.  M.I.  in  College  Chapel.  (Le 
Neve,  Mon.,  v.  60;  Genealogist,  in.  309.) 

SLATER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Aug.  11,  1648. 
Of  London.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  27,  1652;  of 
St  Bartholomew-the-Great,  London. 


Slater,  Thomas 

SCLATER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinitv,  June  13, 
1682.  S.  of  Edward.  B.  at  Kingston-upon-Hull,  Yorks. 
School,  St  Paul's.  Matric.  1682.  Inherited  the  estate  of  his 
great  uncle.  Sir  Thomas  Sclater  (1631)  in  1684.  Afterwards 
took  the  name  Bacon.  Probably  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  27, 
1693-4.  M.P.  for  Bodmin,  1713-5;  for  Cambridge,  1715, 
1722-36.  Died  Aug.  23,  1736.   (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

SCLATER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1747.  S.  of  Henry.  Bapt.  at  Bermondsey,  Surrey,  Apr.  i, 
1729.  Matric.  Michs.  1747;  B.A.  1752;  M.A.  1755.  Fellow, 
1750.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  25,  1751;  priest  (Chester,  at 
Cambridge)  Feb.  10,  1754.   R.of  Bo.\worth,Cambs.,  1754-60. 

SLATER  or  SCLATER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17) 
a  scholar  from  Eton,  .A.ug.  24,  1593.  S.  of  Anthony,  V.  of 
Leighton  Buzzard.  Bapt.  there,  Oct.  25,  1575.  Matric. 
1593-4;  B.A.  1597-8;  M.A.  1601;  B.D.  1608;  D.D.  1617. 
Fellow,  1596-9.  Preacher  at  Walsall,  Staffs.  R.  of  Pit- 
minster,  Somerset,  1604-19.  R.  of  Lympsham,  1619-27. 
Preb.  of  Wells,  1619.  Author,  theological.  Died  at  Pit- 
minster,  1627.  Brother  of  Christopher  (1612)  and  father  of 
the  next.   {D.N.B.;  Harwood.) 

SLATER  or  SCLATER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  1626.  Of  Pitminster,  Somerset.  S.  of  William 
(above).  Matric.  Easter,  1626;  B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633;  B.D. 
1640;  D.D.  1651.  Fellow,  1629-33.  Preb.of  Exeter,  1641-61. 
R.  of  St  Stephen's,  Exeter,  1636;  ejected,  1644.  V.  of 
Collumpton,  Devon,  1644.  R.  of  St  Peter-le-Poer,  London, 
1651-61  (sic).  (According  to  Hennessy  the  R.  of  St  Peter- 
le-Poer  died  1656.)  Author,  sermons.  Died  in  London,  1661. 
Admon.  (Exeter)  1662.  {D.N.B.;  Harwood  says  he  died 
before  the  Restoration.) 

SCLATER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Mar.  28,  1636. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Christopher  (1612),  and  grandson  of  Anthony. 
Matric.  1636;  B.A.  1639-40;  D.D.  1669  (Lit.  Reg.).  Perhaps 
ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  22,  1645-6.  Probably  Master  of 
Bamet  Grammar  School,  Middlesex,  1655-63;  V.  of  Monken 
Hadley,  1663.  R.  of  St  James',  Clerkenwell,  1666-91.  R.  of 
Clifton,  Beds.  Died  Mar.  3,  1690-1,  aged  68.  Buried  at 
Leighton  Buzzard;  'of  London,  D.D."  Will  (P.C.C.)  1690-1. 
(There  is  some  confusion  among  authorities  concerning  the 
identity  of  William  Sclater,  D.D.,  R.  of  St  James",  Clerken- 
well. Apparently  he  was  s.  of  Christopher  (1612),  but  that 
he  was  educated  at  Corpus  Christi  College,  Oxford,  is  very 
doubtful,  there  being  no  record  of  him  in  Al.  Oxon.  The 
R.  of  St  James',  Clerkenwell,  was  the  author  of  a  sermon 
entitled.  The  Royal  Pay  and  Paymaster,  and  according  to 
D.N.B.  served  in  the  army  as  a  comet  during  the  Civil  War. 
Hennessy  wrongly  identifies  him  with  William  (1626),  of 
King's.)  (Genealog.  Bedford,  407;  Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  N.S., 
III.  284;  F.  C.  Cass,  Monken  Hadley;  D.N.B.) 

SLATTER, .   M.Gram.  1502-3. 

SLATER, .   B.D.  1519-20.   Franciscan  friar. 

SLATHOLME,  SENOCK.  Adm.  pens,  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  23, 
1661.  S.  of  William  (1632),  M.D.  B.  at  Buntingford,  Herts. 
Matric.  1662.  Died  1662.  Buried  in  Layston  Church. 
M.I. 

SLATHOLME  or  SLIGHTHOLME,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens, 
(age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  17,  1632.  B.  in  Yorkshire. 
Matric.  1632;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639;  M.D.  1660.  Licensed 
to  practise  medicine,  1642.  Of  Buntingford,  Herts.  Died 
July  24,  1665.  Buried  in  Layston  Church.  M.I.  Father  of 
Senock  (above). 

SLATTER,  JAMES.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1706. 
B.  at  Eton.  Matric.  Michs.  1707;  B.A.  1711-2.  Fellow,  1710. 
Died  of  consumption.  Mar.  1712.  Buried  in  Eton  College 
Chapel.   (Harwood.) 

SLAUGHTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse, 
Sept.  17,  1745.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  Matric  1745;  Scholar, 
1746;  B.A.  1749-50;  M.A.  1753.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Mar.  1750-1;  priest,  June,  1753.  C.  of  Snailwell,  Cambs., 
1753.  One  of  these  names  of  Warblington,  Hants.,  clerk; 
admon.  (P.C.C.)  July,  1764. 

SLEDALE, .   Perhaps  B.A.  1482-3;  M.A.  1485,  'Shedale.' 

SLEDD,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1579. 
B.  in  St  Margaret's,  Fish  Street,  London.  Scholar,  1580; 
B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  1588.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Nov.  30, 
1585,  age  26.  C.  of  Horsford,  Norfolk.  C.  of  Gt  Stambridge, 
Essex,  in  1586.  R.  of  St  Kathcrine  Coleman,  1587-90.  V.  of 
Westham,  1590-2.  V.  of  Eastwood,  till  1604.  Married 
Joanna,  dau.  of  John  Barrett,  of  Canewdon,  Essex,  Aug.  23, 
1586. 

SLEDD,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1568; 
Scholar,  1573;  B.A.  1573-4;  M.A.  1577.  Fellow,  1576. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1579.  Proctor,  1590-1.  Perhaps  canon 
of  Lincoln,  1575.  Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1584-1610.  V.  of  Milton, 
Oxon.,  i6oi. 


Slegg,  John 

SLEE,  ANDREW.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse,  Oct.  23, 

1646.   Of  Lincolnshire.  S.  of  George,  of  Boston  (and  Hester, 

dau.  of  Andrew  Baron,  of  Boston).   School,  Boston.   Matric. 

1646;  B.A.  1650;  M.A.  1654.   Fellow,  1650-6.  Thrice  mayor 

of  Boston  (1662,  1664,  1675).    Judge  of  the  Admiralty  at 

Boston.    He  ultimately  became  the  possessor  of  the  Baron 

property  in   Boston.     (T.   A.   Walker,   87;   P.   Thompson, 

Boston,  434;  Lines.  Pedigrees,  104.) 

SLEECH,  HENRY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1741. 

S.  of  Richard  (1693),  D.D.,  canon  of  Windsor.  Matric.  Michs. 

1741;  B.A.  1745-6;  M.A.  1749.  Fellow,i744.  R.ofHitcham, 

Bucks.,  1771-84.    For  many  years  an  assistant  master  at 

Eton;  lower  master,  1767-75.  Fellow  of  Eton  College,  1775- 

84.    Died  Mar.  13,  1784.    Will,  P.C.C.   Brother  of  the  next 

and  Stephen  (1723).   (G.  Mag.;  Harwood.) 

SLEECH,  JOHN.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1729. 

S.  of  Richard,  D.D.    Bapt.  in  Eton  Chapel,  Aug.  16,  1711. 

Matric.  Easter,  1730;  B.A.  1733-4;  M.A.  1737.  Fellow,  1733. 

Assistant  master  at  Eton.    V.  of  Sidbury,  Devon,   1737. 

Preb.  of  Exeter,  1739-88.  Archdeacon  of  Cornwall,  1741-88. 

Canon  residentiary  of  Exeter,  1747-88.   Preb.  of  Gloucester, 

1769-88.    Died  Jan.  1788.    Brother  of  Henry  (above)  and 

Stephen  (1723).   (G.  Mag.;  E.  Mag.;  Harwood.) 

SLEECH,  RICHARD.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1693.  S.  of  the  organist  of  Eton  College  Chapel.  B.  at  Eton. 

Matric.  Lent,   1694;  B.A.   1697-8;  M.A.  1701;  D.D.  1720. 

Fellow,  1697.    Assistant  master  at  Eton.    Fellow  of  Eton, 

1715-30.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  31;  priest  (Ely)  July  5, 

1702.    R.  of  Hitcham,  Bucks.,  1702-30.    Chaplain  to  the 

Bishop  of  Ely,  1721.  R.  of  Famham  Royal,  Bucks.,  1721-30. 

Canon  of  Windsor,  1722-30.   Died  Mar.  2,  1729-30.   Buried 

at  Windsor.    Father  of  John   (above),  Henry  (1741)  and 

Stephen  (1723).   (Harwood.) 

SLEECH,  STEPHEN.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1723.  S.  of  Richard,  D.D.  (1693).  B.  at  Eton.  Matric.  Lent, 

1724;  B.A.  1727-8;  B.D.  ^.7^^(LU.Reg.);T>.V>.  1748.  FeUow, 

1726.    Fellow  of  Eton,   1729-46.    Provost,   1746-65.    M.A. 

(Lambeth)  1729.  R.  of  Famham  Royal,  1730-52.  Chaplain  to 

the  King,  1744-65.  R.  of  Worplesdon,  Surrey,  1752-65.  Died 

there  Oct.  8,  1765,  aged  60.    Will,  P.C.C.    Brother  of  John 

(1729)  and  Henry  (1741).   (Harwood;  Manning  and  Bray,  ni. 

100.) 

SLEEP,  ANTHONY.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1601; 

a  scholar  from  Westminster,  1602;  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609; 

B.D.    1617.     Fellow,    1608-30.     Incorp.   at   Oxford,    1611. 

Deputy  Public  Orator.   King  James  said  that  '  at  Cambridge 

one  Sleep  made  him  wake,  and  at  Oxford  one  Wake  made 

him  sleep.'   R.  of  Gt  Wratting,  Suffolk,  i6i8.   Buried  in  the 

College  Chapel,  July  30,  1630. 

SLEIFORD,  HENRY.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  June  i, 

1595,  Sliford.   Matric.  c.  1595. 
SLEFORD,  RICHARD.   B.D.  1517-8.   A  monk. 
SLEFORD,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1582;  B.A.  1585-6. 

SLEFORD, .   B.Can.L.  1503-4. 

SLEEFORD, .   Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Easter,  1587. 

SLEGGE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesos,  Michs.  1564. 
S.  of  Roger,  of  Cambridge  (mayor  of  Cambridge,  and  M.P. 
for  the  borough,  1558,  1563  and  1571-89;  the  bitter  opponent 
of  University  privileges).  Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1572; 
of  Barnard's  Inn.  Probably  buried  at  Little  St  Mary's, 
Cambridge,  Nov.  25,  i6ii.  Brother  of  Henry  (1581).  (£. 
Anglian,  11.  12.) 
SLEGGE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1618.  S.  of 
Roger,  V.  of  Litlington,  Cambs.,  and  probably  grandson  of 
Edward  (1564).  B.D.  1631  (Incorp.  from  St  Andrews).  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Aug.  6;  priest,  Aug.  7,  1620.  C.  at  Grant- 
chester,  Cambs.,  1620.  R.  of  Kirkland,  Cumberland,  1631. 
Probably  chancellor  of  Armagh,  1643;  R.  of  Killancoole, 
1643.  (Vis.  of  Cambs.,  1619;  E.  P.  Archer;  H.  B.  Swanzy.) 
SLEGG,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1615. 
S.  of  Roger  ('of  Trinity'),  V.  of  Litlington,  Cambs.  Half- 
brother  of  Edward  (i6i8). 
SLEGG  or  SLEGE,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Lent, 
1581-2.  3rd  s.  of  Roger,  Mayor  of  Cambridge  (by  his  2nd 
wife  Margaret,  dau.  of  Henry  Searle,  of  Cambs.).  B.A.  1581- 
2.  Brother  of  Roger  and  half-brother  of  Edward  (1564), 
Father  of  Thomas  (1620)  and  the  next.  (Vis.  of  Cambs.) 
SLEGG,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Apr.  1617.  2nd 
s.  of  Henry  (above).  B.A.  1620-1;  M..A.  1624;  B.D.  1631-2. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4;  priest,  June  5,  1626.  V.  of 
Histon,  Cambs.;  ejected  before  1647.  'Never  served  the 
cure  himself,  since  he  killed  the  man  at  Chesterton:  takes 
all  the  profits  and  gets  young  scholars  to  read  prayers  and 
to  preach.  The  churchwarden  dare  not  displease  him'  (Laud's 
Visitation,  1638).  Died  1647.  Will  proved,  1648.  (E.  P. 
Archer;  Peile,  i.  314.) 


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Slegg,  Roger 

SLEGG,  ROGER.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterh.)  May  25, 
1595;  'of  Trinity  College.'  4th  s.  of  Roger,  Mayor  of 
Cambridge.  V.  of  Litlington,  Cambs.,  until  1630-1.  Married 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Kippan,  of  Dale,  Beds.  Buried  at 
Litlington,  Feb.  10,  1630-1.  Brother  of  Henry  (1581-2) 
and  half-brother  of  Edward  (i564)>  father  of  Francis  (1615) 
and  Edward  (1618).   {Vis.  of  Cambs.,  1619;  E.  P.  Archer.) 

SLEGGE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1620. 
3rd  s.  of  Henry  (1581-2).   B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627. 

SLEIGH,  EDWARD.  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  (age  14)  at  Christ's, 
June  16,  1655.  S.  of  Sir  Samuel  (1621),  of  Ash,  Derbs. 
B.  there.  Matric.  1655.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  20,  1655. 
Barrister,  1664.  Died  1670.  Buried  at  Sutton-on-the-Hill, 
Derbs.  Brother  of  Gervase  (1644)  and  Samuel  (1655). 
{Peile,  I.  567.) 

SLEIGH,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  May  17,  1625. 
S.  of  George.  B.  in  London.  School,  London  (private). 
Matric.  1625;  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1637.  C.  of  St  Bartholomew- 
the-Less,  London,  1634.  Will  {Archd.  London)  1643.  {Peile, 
I.  367-) 

SLEIGH,  GERVASE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  22, 
1623.  2nd  s.  of  Gervase,  of  Derbyshire.  School,  Repton. 
Matric.  1623;  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Mar.  6,  1627-8.  R.  of  Radbome,  Derbs.,  1634-41.  Married 
Eliza,  dau.  of  Edward  Boys,  of  Betteshanger.  Died  1641, 
aged  34.  Brother  of  Samuel  (1621).  {Peile,  1.  349;  F.M.G., 
1020.) 

SLEIGH,  GERVASE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Christ's, 
Dec.  31,  1644.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Samuel  (1621),  of  Ash,  Derbs. 
(by  his  ist  wife  Judith  Boys).  B.  there.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  July  7,  1645.  Died  1649,  aged  20.  Buried  at  Sutton- 
on-the-Hill.  Brother  of  Edward  (1655)  and  Samuel  (1655). 
{Peile,  I.  490.) 

SLEIGH,  RALPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  20,  1705.  Of 
Staffordshire.   Matric.  1705;  B..^.  1708-9;  M.A.  1726. 

SLEIGH,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  June 
10,  1653.  S.  of  Ralph,  of  Egginton,  Derbs.,  Esq.  School, 
Repton. 

SLEIGH,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  July, 
162 1.  S.  and  h.  of  Gervase,  of  Ash,  Derbs.,  barrister.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  20,  1623.  Knighted,  July,  1641.  Sherifi 
of  Derbs.,  1648  and  1666.  M.P.  for  Essex,  1654-5;  for 
Derbs.,  1656-8.  Bought  Pool  Hall,  1629  and  Etwall  Hall, 
1646.  Married  (1)  Judith,  dau.  of  Sir  Edward  Boys,  of 
Betteshanger;  (2)  Margaret,  dau.  of  Sir  Robert  Darcy,  of 
Dartford,  Kent.  Died  Apr.  1679,  aged  76.  Buried  at  Sutton- 
on-the-Hill.  Brother  of  Gervase  (1623),  father  of  the  next, 
Gervase  (1644)  and  Edward  (1655).  {Peile,  i.  338;  Vis.  of 
Derbs.,  1662.) 

SLEIGH,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
June  16,  1655.  S.  of  Sir  Samuel  (above),  of  Ash,  Derbs.  (by 
his  2nd  wife  Margaret  Darcy).  B.  there,  Apr.  1638.  Matric. 
1655.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  20,  1655.  Married  Barbara, 
dau.  of  Archibald  Palmer,  of  Wanlip.  Died  s.p..  May,  1675. 
Brother  of  Edward  (1655)  and  Gervase  (1644).  {Peile,  i.  567; 
Vis.  of  Derbs.,  1662.) 

SLEIGHTON,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1637;  B.A.  1640-1.  Probably  R.  of  Newchurch,  Kent, 
1665-86,  and  R.  of  Sevington,  1668-86.  Died  1686. 

SLEYTON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Sx  John's,  Michs.  1569; 
B.A.  1573-4- 

SLEIGHTON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  10,  1600. 
Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1603-4. 

SLEIGHTON  or  SLEIDAN,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from 
Queens',  Easter,  1634.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  B.A.  1637-8; 
M.A.  1641. 

SLEPER,  R.   B.Can.L.  1454-5- 

SLIGER  (?SLINGER),  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catha- 
rine's, June  28,  1717-   Of  Feliskirk,  Yorks. 

SLINGER,  JOHN.   Adm.  at  Christ's,  May  30,  1674-   Doubtless 

3rd  s.  of  Tempest,  of  Catlow-in-BoUand,  Yorks.   Age  10  in 

1665.   Brother  of  the  next. 
SLINGER,  NICHOLAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Sept.  2,  1670. 

S.  and  h.  of  Tempest,  J. P.,  of  Catlow,  Yorks.  (and  Millicent, 

dau.  of  John  Bradhill,  of  Portfield,  Lanes.).  B.  in  Yorkshire. 

School,  Clitheroe.   Age  13  in  1665.   {Peile,  11.  31.) 
SLINGER,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  July  10,  1668. 

Matric.  1668;  B..-^.  1671. 
SLYNGER,  STEPHEN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1544. 

Probably  brother  of  Thomas  (1546). 

SLINGER,  STEPHEN.  Scholar  at  Jesus,  1546-7- 

SLYNGAR,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1546. 
Of  Yorkshire. 


Sloper,  William 

SLINGER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June 
10,  1672.  S.  of  Francis,  yeoman,  of  Langstrothdale,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6; 
M.A.  1681.  Master  of  Colchester  Grammar  School,  1674-91. 
R.  of  East  Donyland,  Essex,  1686-1733.  R.  of  Layer  Breton, 
1692.  Chaplain  to  the  Bishop  of  London.  Died  Jan.  2,  1733- 
4.   (G.  Mag.;  Morant,  11.  187.) 

SLINGSBY,  CHARLES.  M.A.  1586  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  6th 
s.  of  Sir  Francis,  of  Scriven,  Yorks.,  Knt.  Bapt.  Nov.  22, 
1561,  at  Knaresborough.  Matric.  (St  Edmund  HaU,  Oxford) 
Dec.  20,  1577,  age  16;  B.A.  from  Queen's,  1581;  M.A.  1583; 
B.D.  1591-2.  R.  of  Rothbury,  Northumberland,  1584-1628. 
Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Ellis,  of  Bamburgh, 
Yorks.,  Jan.  10,  1586.  Died  1628,  aged  67.  Brother  of 
Thomas  (1565).    {Al.Oxon.;  Burke,  Peerage;  Vis.  of  Yorks.) 

SLINGSBY,  HENRY.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Queens',  Lent, 
1618-9.  Of  Scriven,  Yorks.  S.  of  Sir  Henry,  Knt.  B.  Jan.  14, 
1601-2.  Created  Bart.,  of  Nova  Scotia,  Mar.  2,  1637-8. 
M.P.  for  Knaresborough,  1625,  1640-2.  Married  Barbara, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Bellasyse,  Viscount  Fauconberg.  Present 
at  Naseby  and  at  the  surrender  of  Newark,  1646.  Deprived 
of  his  estates,  1651.  Imphcated  in  the  projected  Royalist 
rising  in  Yorkshire,  1655;  imprisoned  at  HuU.  Sentenced 
to  death  for  tampering  with  ofi&cers  of  the  Hull  garrison. 
Wrote  memoirs  of  the  war.  Executed  on  Tower  Hill,  Jime  8, 
1658.  Buried  in  the  Slingsby  Chapel,  at  Knaresborough. 
(G.E.C.,  11.  430;  Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665;  D.N.B.) 

SLINGSBY,  HENRY.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  14)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  6,  1672-3.  S.  of  William,  Esq.  B.  at  Scarborough, 
Yorks.  School,  Brentwood,  Essex.   Matric.  1673. 

SLINGSBY,  HEZEKIAH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter, 
1625.  2nd  s.  of  Robert,  of  Husbome  Crawley,  Beds.,  gent. 
Bapt.  there,  Aug.  21,  1608.  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632.  Ord. 
priest  (Peterb.)  June  9,  1639.  R.  of  North  Crawley,  Bucks., 
1638.  Signed  as  minister  of  Husbome  Crawley,  1638-41. 
R.  (and  patron)  of  Hockcliffe,  1642-63.  Buried  there  July  15, 
1663. 

SLINGSBY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1565  {impubes).  S.  and  h.  of  Francis,  of  Scriven,  Yorks. 
Perhaps  B.A.  (Oxford)  1568.  Drowned  in  the  river  Nidd 
while  endeavouring  to  save  his  servant,  1581.  Buried  at 
Knaresborough,  Sept.  26,  1581,  aged  28.  Brother  of  Charles 
(1586).   (Burke,  L.G.; /I /.  O^ron.) 

SLINGSBY,  WALTER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1634-5. 

SLINGSBY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  June  25, 
1672.  S.of  Edmund,  gent.  Bapt.  Aug.  16,  1654,  at  Husbome 
Crawley,  Beds.  School,  Hockcliffe  (Mr  Stackhouse).  Matric. 
1672;  B.A.  1675-6.  C.  of  Milbrook,  Beds.,  in  1688.  Minister 
in  charge  of  Battlesden,  1690-1.  R.  of  Wrestlingworth, 
1693-7.   Buried  at  Husbome  Crawley,  Jan.  15,  1697-8. 

SLIPPER,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Mar.  15,  1698-9. 
Of  Norfolk.  Probably  s.  of  Samuel  (below).  Matric.  1699; 
B..\.  1702-3.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  July,  1712.  Pr.>bably 
brother  of  Thomas  (1686-7J. 

SLIPPER,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1659; 
B.A.  1662-3.  V.  of  Mettingham,  Sufiolk,  1663-81  (Slepper). 
R.  of  Wood  Rising,  Norfolk,  1664-5.  R-  of  Roydon,  near 
Lynn,  1664-5.  V.  of  Holy  Trinity,  Bungay,  1667-81. 
Probably  R.  of  Lopham,  Norfolk,  1681-1713.  Probably 
father  of  the  next  and  of  James  (above). 

SLIPPER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Feb.  5.  1686-7. 
Of  Suffolk.  Probably  s.  of  Samuel  (above).  Brother  of 
James  (1698-9). 

SLOANE,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  July  4, 
1710.  S.  and  h.  of  James,  of  the  Inner  Temple.  B.  at 
Boswell  Court,  London.  School,  Cheam,  Surrey  (Mr  Lloyd). 
Matric.  1710-1;  Scholar,  1711-2;  B.A.  1714-5.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Sept.  25,  1715;  C.  of  Ashwell,  Beds.  Died  s.p. 
{Peile,  II.  176;  Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

SLONE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1665; 
B.A.  1668. 

SLOCUM, .   B.Can.L.  1529-30. 

SLOLEY,  JOHN.  D.D.  of  Cambridge.  Augustinian  friar.  Of 
Norwich.   Provincial  of  his  order.   Died  c.  1477.   {Pits,  666.) 

SLOMAN,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  30,  1659. 
Of  Kent. 

SLOPER,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Aug.  25,  1623.  Of  Norton,  Somerset.  Matric.  1623;  B.A. 
1627;  M.A.  1631;  M.L.  1646.  Fellow,  1626-46.  Junior 
Proctor,  1645-6.  V.  of  Broad  Chalke,  Wilts.,  1645-91. 
Buried  there  Oct.  18, 1691.  See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary 
namesake. 

SLOPER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  June  6, 
1725.  Possibly  s.  of  William,  of  West  Woodhay,  Berks.,  M.P. 
(died  1743).  If  so,  of  West  Woodhay,  Berks.  Died  Sept. 
1789.   {Musgrave.) 


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Sloswick,  Richard 


SLOSWICK,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1606;  B.A.  1609.   Probably  brother  of  the  next. 

SLOSWICKE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1603;  B.A.  1606-7.    Probably  brother  of  Richard  (above). 

SLOUGH,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent,  1578-9. 
Of  Yorkshire. 

SLOWE,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1545. 

SLOW,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1584. 
B.  at  Cherry  Orton,  Hunts.,  1562.  B.A.  1588-9.  Ord.  priest 
(Lincoln)  Feb.  28,  1589-90.  R.  of  Throcking,  Herts.,  1592. 
V.  of  Sandon,  1607-23.  Perhaps  R.  of  Rippingale,  Lines., 
1603-15.   Died  1623. 

SLOWLEY,  JOSHUA.  Matric.  sizar  (age  18)  from  Pembroke, 
Easter,  1619.  S.  of  Robert,  of  the  Isle  of  Sark.  B.A.  1622-3. 
Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  June  4,  1626. 

SLY,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  July  2,  1639.  Ex- 
hibitioner from  Charterhouse.  Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1642-3; 
M.A.  1646.  Usher  at  Charterhouse,  1650-5.  Chaplain  to  the 
Bishop  of  London.  Preb.  of  Salisbury,  1661-77.  R.  of 
Upton  Lovell,  Wilts.,  1671;  also  R.  of  Sherrington.  Died 
Aug.  10,  1677. 

SLIE,  HENRY.   B.A.  from  Clare,  1597-8. 

SLYE,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1567. 

SLYE,  THOMAS.   B.A.  from  St  John's,  1613. 

SLYFELD,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1561.  S.  and  h.  of  Edmund,  of  Slyfeld,  Surrey.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  23,  1566.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1574.  Died 
1598,  aged  56.  Buried  at  Gt  Bookham.  M.I.  Will,  P.C.C. 
(H.  M.  Wood;  T.  A.  Walker.) 

SLYFORD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  May  20,  1684. 
S.  of  John,  citizen  of  London.  Matric.  1685.  Probably  of 
St  Benet,  Paul's  Wharf,  London.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of 
John  MicheU,  of  Field  Place,  Sussex,  July  9,  1691. 

SLYME,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1572. 
Of  Little  Thurlow,  Cambs.  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1575-6,  as 
Slynne.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  21,  1578,  age  23.  R.  of 
Boyton,  Norfolk,  c.  1600. 

SLYN,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Lent, 
1618-9.  Of  Norfolk.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  10;  priest, 
Mar.  II,  1621-2.  V.  of  Binham,  Norfolk,  1628. 

SMALES,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 
May  3,  1718.   Of  Durham.  School,  Houghton-Ie-Spring. 

SMAYLES,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1614. 

SMALES,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  11, 
1696.  S.  of  Matthew,  gent.  B.  at  Gilling,  Yorks.  School, 
Sedbergh.  Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1699-1700;  M.A.  1703.  Fellow, 
1702-8.  R.  of  Kirkby  Stephen,  Yorks.  R.  of  Wycliffe, 
1706-30.  Y.  of  Brignal,  1707-30.  Buried  May  22,  1730  (sic). 
Will  dated,  Mar.  3,  1724,  at  Brignal;  proved  (York)  Jan.  20, 
1752.  Brother  of  Robert  (1703).  (ScoW-Mayor;  H.  M.  Wood; 
Sedbergh  School  Register.) 

SMAYLES,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1582;  B.A.  1585-6.  Perhaps  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1584; 
of  Beverley,  Yorks. 

SMALES,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  2, 
1703.  S.  of  Matthew,  deceased.  Bapt.  Dec.  25,  1685,  at 
Gilling,  Yorks.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1703;  B.A.  1706-7; 
M.A.  1710;  B.D.  1717.  Fellow,  1708-21.  Taxor,  1713.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Feb.  21,  1713-4;  priest  (London)  Apr.  25,  1716. 
V.  of  Sawston,  Cambs.,  1715-9.  Brother  of  Francis  (1696). 
(Sedbergh  School  Register.) 

SMALES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  24, 
1730.  S.  of  Matthew,  gent.,  of  Yorkshire.  Bapt.  Dec.  27, 
1710,  at  Gilling.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1731.  Buried 
June  19,  1742.   (H.  M.  Wood.) 

SMALHORN, .  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Oct.  13,  1669. 

SMALL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  14,  1651;  ex- 
hibitioner from  Charterhouse.  Of  London.  Scholar,  1652. 
Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  25;  priest.  Mar.  10, 
1660-1.  One  of  these  names  C.  of  Knutsford,  Cheshire,  in 
1662;  died  before  July  3,  1663. 

SMALLEY,  ADAM.  Adm.  at  Emmanuel,  c.  1603;  Scholar;  B.A. 
1604-5;  M.A.  1608.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1608. 

SMALEY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  23, 
1725.  S.  of  John,  of  Billington,  Lanes.  School,  Blackburn. 
Matric.  1725;  Scholar,  1728;  B.A.  1728-9;  M.A.  1732. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1738.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  24, 
1730.  R.  of  Aldingham,  Lanes.,  1759-60.  Brother  of  the 
next. 

SMALEY,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  May  3, 
171 7.  S.  of  John,  of  Billington,  Lanes.  School,  Clitheroe, 
Lanes.  B.A.  1720.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June  4, 1721.  Brother 
of  Edward  (above). 


Smallwood,  George 

SMALLEY,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May  31, 
1728.  S.  of  Robert.  B.  at  Kirkham,  Lanes.  School,  Kirkham 
(Mr  Taylor).  Matric.  1728;  Scholar,  1731;  B.A.  1731-2.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Apr.  8,  1733;  C.  of  Chfton,  Beds.  (Peile, 
II.  217.) 

SMALEY,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  29, 
1676.  Of  Nottinghamshire. 

SMALLEY,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  10, 
1723-  Of  Staffordshire.  Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1726-7;  M.A. 
1730;  R-D.  1737-  Fellow,  1729.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept. 
21,  1729;  priest,  June  4,  1732.  R.  of  North  Luffenham, 
Rutland,  1742-76.  V.  of  Preston,  near  Lavenham,  Suffolk, 
1742-76.  Married  Elizabeth  Tomlin,  of  Kettlebaston, 
Suffolk,  Oct.  24,  1742.  Died  Dec.  22,  1776.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1777.   (G.Mag.) 

SMALLEY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  20,  1646. 
B.  at  Beeston,  Notts.  Matric.  1646;  B.A.  1649-50.  V.  of 
Greasley,  Notts.,  ejected,  1662.  Probably  minister  of 
'Willowbie';  married  Susannah,  dau.  of  Richard  Haulkins, 
at  St  Mary's,  Nottingham,  June  2,  1652.  Died  Sept.  7,  1670. 
(Calamy,  11.  289;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

SMALLEY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  28, 
1681.  S.  of  William,  husbandman.  B.  at  Beeston,  Notts. 
School,  Repton.  Matric.  1681;  B.A.  1684-5.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  19,  1686;  of  Mansfield  Woodhouse. 

SMALLPAGE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1575;  B.A.  1577-8;  M.A.  1581.  Fellow,  c.  1580.  Perhaps 
adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  15,  1581.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1597. 

SMALEPAGE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Christ's, 
Mar.  28,  1657.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Woodhouse  Carr,  Yorks. 
School,  Leeds  (Mr  Garnet).  Matric.  1657.  Died  at  Leeds, 
July  15,  1660.  Buried  there.  (Peile,  1.  576;  Due.  Leod. 
1-33-) 

SMALLPIECE,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1646.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas  (1610-1),  deceased.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  4,  1646.  Died  1652.  M.I.  at  Metfield, 
Norfolk.   (Blomefield,  v.  385.) 

SMALLPIECE,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Dec.  11, 
1700.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Worlingham,  Suffolk  (and 
Frances,  dau.  of  Thomas  Love,  of  Beccles).  B.  there,  Feb.  10, 
1683.  School,  Beccles  (Mr  Leeds).  Matric.  1701;  Scholar) 
1701-9;  B.A.  1704-5.  Of  Worlingham,  gent.  Married  Mary 
Leigh,  of  Worlingham,  Feb.  17,  1727-8.  Buried  at  North 
Cove,  Aug.  1,  1760,  'aged  75.'   (Venn,  i.  506.) 

SMALLPEECE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Mar. 
1610-1.  Doubtless  s.  and  b.  of  Francis,  of  Norwich.  Adm. 
at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  4,  1613.  Admon.  Oct.  17,  1639;  of 
St  Sepulchre's,  London,  to  his  widow,  Ann.  Father  of 
Francis  (1646). 

SMALLSHANKS,  GILBERT.   B.A.  1514-5;  M.A.  1518. 

SMALEWOOD,  ALAN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1624.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Egton,  Yorks.,  and  nephew  of  James 
(1607).  B.  1608.  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1632;  D.D.  1661  (Lit. 
Reg.).  V.  of  Impington,  Cambs.,  1632.  V.  of  Marske,  Yorks., 
1638-62.  V.  of  Norton,  Durham,  1661-3.  R-  of  Greystoke 
Cumberland,  1663-86.  Died  Oct.  15,  1686.  Buried  at  Grey- 
stoke.  (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1666;  B.  Nightingale.) 

SMALWOOD,  ALAN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  28, 
1707.  S.  of  Charles  (next),  LL.B.  B.  at  Salkeld,  Cumberland! 
School,  Appleby  (Mr  Banks).  Matric.  1707.  Father  of  Charles 
(1739)- 

SMALLWOOD,  CHARLES.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall, 
Feb.  13,  1664-5.  Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1665;  LL.B.  1669! 
Father  of  Alan  (1707). 

SMALLWOOD,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 
June  30,  1739-  S.  of  Alan  (1707),  of  Salkeld,  Cumberland, 
gent.  Matric.  1739;  B.A.  1743-4-  Ord.  deacon  (Carlisle) 
June  8,  1745 ;  priest.  May  24,  1746.  V.  of  Ainstable,  Cumber- 
land, 1749-71.  V.  of  Kirkoswald,  1761-7.  Buried  there 
Mar.  7,  1771. 

SMALWOOD,  GABRIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 
May  16,  1668.  Of  Yorkshire.  School,  Westminster.  Scholar, 
1668;  Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1671-2;  M.A.  1675.  Ord.  deacon 
(Carlisle)  Sept.  21,  1673.  V.  of  Wetheral,  Cumberland,  c. 
1674-81.  V.  of  St  Lawrence,  Appleby,  1681-98.  Died  Mar.  7, 
1698-9,  aged  48.  M.I.  at  Appleby.  Brotherof  Thomas  (1664), 
(r.  A.Walker,  136.) 

SMALLWOOD,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1623.  S.  of  Randolph,  of  London,  mercer.  B.  Aug.  24,  1604. 
School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  B.A.  1625-6;  M..^.  1629.  R.  of 
St  Mildred  Poultry,  London.  R.  of  St  Margaret,  Fish  Street, 
1660-2.  R.  of  St  Mary-lc-Bow,  1662-79.  Of  Chipping 
Barnet,  Herts.  Married  Catherine,  dau.  of  William  Fletcher, 
of  Chipping  Barnet.  Sept.  1634.  Buried  at  St  Mary-le-Bow| 
Sept.  16,  1679.  Father  of  Matthew  (1658).  (Hennessy.) 


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Smallwood,  James 

SMALLWOOD,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1607.  Of  Yorkshire.  Doubtless  4th  s.  of  Alan,  of  Egton, 
Yorks.  (died  1614).  Migrated  to  Queens'  Oct.  1609.  B.A. 
1610-1;  M.A.  1614.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1613;  pnest, 
June,  1615.  (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 
SMALWOOD,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  24,  1674. 
School,  Westminster.  Scholar,  1675;  Matric.  1676;  B.A 
1677-8-  MA.  1681.  FeUow,  1680.  Chaplam  to  the  Earl  of 
Romney.  Chaplain  to  the  ist  Foot  Guards.  Author,  Sermons 
in  the  Camp  in  Flanders.  Died  Sept.  27,  17I9-  i^l-  Westmon., 
176;  Musgrave.) 
SMALLWOOD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June 
28  1728.  S.  of  Thomas,  clerk,  of  Staffordshire.  B.  at  Mear. 
School,  Trentham  (Mr  Hargreaves).  Matric.  1728;  B.A. 
1731-2.  P.C.  of  Mere,  Staffs.,  i734- 
SMALLWOOD,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens', 
Easter  1658.  Of  Hertfordshire.  S.  of  George  (1623),  R.  of 
St  Mildred  Poultry,  London.  B.  at  Bamet,  Herts.,  Mar  3, 
1640-1.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  B.A.  1661-2;  M.A. 
1665- B  D.  1674.  Senior  Proctor,  1672-3.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1673'  R.  of  St  Botolph,  Cambridge,  1668-72.  R.  of  Cookley, 
Suffolk,  1675-6,  and  of  Huntingfield,  1 675-95-  V.  of  Bram- 
field  1676.  To  be  distinguished  from  a  contemporary  name- 
sake'(dean  of  Lichfield  and  preb.  of  St  Paul's)  for  whom  see 
Al.  Oxon.  (Al.  Oxon.) 
SMALLWOOD,  OLIVER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  June  30, 

1624.   Of  Lincolnshire. 
SMALWOOD,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Peterhouse, 
Dec    16    1664.    Of  Yorkshire.    Schools,  Westminster  and 
Hertford.    Matric.  1665;  Scholar,  1665;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A. 
1672.    Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1670;  priest,  June,  1671. 
V.  of  Ormesby,  Yorks.,  1673-6.   Brother  of  Gabriel  (1668). 
SMALLWOOD,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Apr    17    1724.    S.  of  T.,  of  Derbyshire.    B.  at  Ashbourne. 
School,  Stockport,  Cheshire  (Mr  Dale).    Matric.  1724;  B.A. 
1728-9. 
SMART,  ADAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1585-6. 
SMART,  ADRIAN.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1587. 
SMART,  CHRISTOPHER.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
Oct    20    1739.    S.  of  Peter,  late  of  Barming,  Kent,  gent. 
B    Apr    II,  1722,  at  Shipboume,  Kent.   Schools,  Maidstone 
aiid  Durham  (Mr  Richard  Dongworth).    Matric.  1739;  B.A. 
1743-4-  M..^.  1747.  FeUow,  1745-   Won  the  Seatoman  prize, 
i75o-<i,'  and  again  in  i755-   The  well-known  poet.    Married 
Anna  Maria,  dau.  of  William  Carman,  a  printer,  of  Reading. 
Introduced   by  Dr  Bumey  to   John   Newbery,   the  book- 
seUer  for  whom  he  conducted  The  Midwife  or  Old  Woman  s 
Magazine,  175 1-3,  and  other  periodicals.    Fell  into  poverty 
and   ill-health    and   was   twice   confined   in   a   mad-house. 
Visited  by  Dr  Johnson.    Died  May  18,  1770,  in  the  King's 
Bench.    Buried  in  St  Paul's  churchyard.    (Surtees,  iv.  142; 
D.N.B.) 
SMART    DANIEL.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1616. 
Of    Warwickshire.     Perhaps    R.   of   Axhill,    Warws.     WiU 
(P.C.C.)  1643. 
SMART,  DANIEL.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  4, 
1650.    S.  of  Nathaniel  (1608),  of  Ipswich,  clerk.   Bapt.  May 
31   1632,  at  St  Nicholas,  Ipswich.  Matric.  1650;  B.A.  1653-4; 
MA.  1657.   Ord.  priest  (Bishop  Brownrigg,  of  Exeter)  Sept. 
21   1659.  V.  of  Woolverstone,  Suffolk,  1660.  R.  of  Chehnon- 
dis'ton,  1662.  Half-brother  of  Nathaniel  (1633)  and  Ezechiel 
(1635)- 
SMART,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  29, 
1693.    S.  of  Edward,  gent.,  of   Kibworth,   Leics.    School, 
Kibworth  (Mr  Dand).  Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1606-7;  M.A.  1709. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  24,  1699;  priest,  June  3,  1705. 
Probably  V.  of  Mucking,  Essex,  1706-11. 
SMART   EZECHIEL.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  i,  1635. 
Of  Suffolk.   S.  of  Nathaniel  (1608).   Bapt.  Sept.  5,  1620,  at 
St  Nicholas,   Ipswich.    Matric.   1636;  B.A.   1639-40;  M.A. 
1643.    Minister  of  the  parish  of  Reade,  Suffolk,   1645-50. 
Died  there  1650.    Admon.  of  goods  to  brother  Nathaniel,  at 
Bury   Apr.  6,  1650.    Brother  of  Nathaniel  (1633)  and  half- 
brother  of  Daniel  (1650).   {Add.  MS.  Brit.  Mus.,  15,669.) 
SMART,  HENRY.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1573- 

Perhaps  brother  of  Peter  (i575)- 
SMART  ITHIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  8,  161&-7. 
S  of  Robert,  of  Preston,  Northants.  Matric.  1617;  B.A. 
1620-1;  M.A.  1624.  V.  of  Womboum,  Staffs.,  1632-52. 
Perhaps  sequestered  to  St  Mary  Magdalen,  Old  Fish  Street, 
1642.  V.  of  Ashby-de-la-Zouch,  Leics.,  1652-61.  Died 
Nov  22, 1661,  aged  62.  Father  of  the  next.  Probably  brother 
of  Nathaniel  (1608).  (Shaw,  i.  308;  Nichols,  iii.  619.) 
SMART,  ITHIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  20, 
1654.  S.  of  Ithiel  (above),  V.  of  Ashby-de-la-Zouch,  Leics. 
B.  at  Womboum,  Staffs.  School,  Birmingham  (Mr  Brooksby). 


Smear,  John 

Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1657-8;  M.A.  1661.   V.  of  Ashby-de-la- 
Zouch,    1676-92.     R.   of   Packington,    1690-2.    Buried   at 
Ashby,  Jan.  27,  1691-2.   (Nichols,  iii.  636.) 
SMART,  JOHN.   B.Civ.L.  1487-8. 

SMART,  JOHN.  M.A.  1655  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Sometime 
of  Merton  College,  Oxford.  Of  Evesham,  Worcs.  Scholar  of 
Trinity,  Oxford,  1648  by  the  Parliamentary  Visitors;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1651;  M.A.  1653;  B.D.  1662.  Died  Mar.  26,  i666. 
Buried  in  Trinity  College  Chapel,  Oxford.  (Al.  Oxon.) 
SMART,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  15,  1694.   Of 

Lincolnshire.   Perhaps  same  as  next. 
SMART,  JOHN.   M.D.  1728  (Com.  Reg.).   Of  Chelsea  Hospital. 

Died  Sept.  1740.  (Musgrave.) 
SMART,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  1608. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Robert,  of  Preston,  Northants.  (But  he  does 
not  appear  in  the  pedigree,  Nichols,  in.  619.)  B.  at  Preston, 
Northants.  Matric.  1608;  Scholar;  B.A.  1611-2;  M.A.  1615. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  18,  1614,  age  24.  C.  of  Braintree, 
Essex.  Minister  of  St  Nicholas,  Ipswich,  Suffolk,  16x7-32- 
Buried  there  Feb.  28,  1632.  Doubtless  brother  of  Ithiel 
(i6i6-7),  father  of  the  next  and  Ezechiel  (1635)  and  Daniel 
(1650). 
SMART,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  30, 
1633.  Of  Suffolk.  Doubtless  s.  of  Nathaniel  (above).  Bapt. 
July  26,  1618,  at  St  Nicholas,  Ipswich.  B.A.  1637-8;  M.A. 
1641.  Preacher  of  St  Mary  Tower,  Ipswich,  1639-43. 
Minister  of  St  Nicholas,  1642-6,  and  of  St  Lawrence,  1655. 
Probably  R.  of  Kimbolton,  Hunts.,  1658-9.  Buried  there 
Aug.  14,  1659.  Father  of  Samuel  (1672)  and  probably  of  the 
next,  brother  of  Ezechiel  (1635)  and  Daniel  (1650). 
SMART,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  at  St  Catharine's,  May  1,  1661. 
Of  Suffolk.  Probably  s.  of  Nathaniel  (above).  Bapt.  Mar.  5, 
1644,  at  St  Nicholas,  Ipswich.  Matric.  1662;  B.A.  1664-5; 
M.A.  1668.  R.  of  Bamardiston,  Suffolk,  1677-8.  Died  1678. 
Probably  half-brother  of  Samuel  (1672).  (J.  Nicholas, 
Ipswich  Parish  Register.) 
SMART,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1575; 
B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582.  Perhaps  brother  of  Henry  (1573)- 
For  a  contemporary  namesake  see  D.N.B.  and  Al.  Oxon. 
SMART,  RICHARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  3,  1636. 

Of  Essex.   Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1640-1;  M.A.  1644. 
SMART,  ROLAND.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1567. 

One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1571. 
SMARTE,  SAMSON.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Mar.  17,  1645-6. 
Perhaps  intruded  as  R.  of  Greatworth,  Northants.,  1648; 
conformed,  1660.   Buried  there  Aug.  23,  1674. 
SMART,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  sizar  (age  15  (sic))  at  Sidney,  June  5, 
1672.    S.  of  Nathaniel  (1633),  minister  of  St  Nicholas  and 
St  La^v^ence,  Ipswich,  deceased.   Bapt.  Dec.  (?)  13,  1654,  at 
St  Nicholas,  Ipswich.    School,  Ipswich.    Matric.  1672;  B.A. 
1675-6.    Ord.  priest  (London)  Mar.  16,  1678-9.    Probably 
half-brother  of  Nathaniel  (1661). 
SMART,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1611. 

SMART,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  4,  1667.  Of 
Grendon,  Northants.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1;  M.A.  1674. 
Signed  for  deacon's  orders  (London)  Sept.  23,  1671.  Perhaps 
ord.  priest  (Oxford)  May  21,  1676.  Probably  V.  of  Eari's 
Barton,  Northants..  1676-8.  V.  of  Chalfont  St  Giles',  Bucks., 
1679.  R.  of  Byfleet,  Surrey,  1687-1710.  See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a 
contemporary. 

SMART,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1546;  B.A.  1551-2.  Fellow  of  Christ's,  1552-4-  Perhaps 
master  at  Stratford-on-Avon  Grammar  School,  1554-65-  V. 
of  Stratford,  1565-7-  Living,  1588.  (E.  I.Fripp;  P«;«,  i.  41-) 

SMART, .   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  20,  1617-8. 

SMATHWAITE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1586. 

SMEAR,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall, 
Jan.  11,  1662-3.  Of  Suffolk.  Perhaps  s.  of  WiUiam,  of 
Gislingham.  Matric.  1663;  LL.B.  1667.  R-  of  Wyverstone, 
1670-1718.  C.  of  Gt  Ashfield,  1671.  Died  1718.  Father  of 
Lynne  (1704)- 

SMEAR,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
June  1,  1719.  S.  of  Christopher,  gent.  B.  at  Norwich. 
School,  Botesdale,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1719;  B.A.  1723-4-  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1724;  priest,  June,  1726.  V.  of 
Reydon  and  Southwold,  Suffolk,  1727.  V.  of  Mutford  and 
Bamby,  1730-81.  Admon.  Nov.  1781;  of  Frostenden, 
clerk. 

SMEAR,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  4, 1672.  Probably 
s.  of  Christopher,  of  Gislingham,  Suffolk,  yeoman.  Scholar, 
1674;  Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679-  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Mar.  1679-80;  priest,  Dec.  1683.  R.  of  Groton, 
Suffolk,  1689-1703.   Buried  there  July  12,  1703. 

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SMEAR,  LYNNE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  x,  1704.  S.  of 
Christopher  (1662-3),  of  Wyverstone,  Suffolk.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Scott).  Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1711-2;  M.A.  1727. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  27,  1711;  priest  (Norwich)  Jan. 
18,  1712-3.  R.  of  St  Augustine's,  Norwich,  till  1730.  Pre- 
centor of  Norwich  Cathedral,  1731.  V.  of  Eaton,  Norwich, 
1735-61-  V.  of  Bawburgh,  Norfolk,  1739.  R.  of  Alderford, 
and  V.  of  Attlebridge.  Died  Dec.  30,  1761,  aged  76.  (G.  Mag.) 

SMEATH,  see  SMETHE. 

SMEATON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 
25,1674.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  York.  School,  Sherbum.  Matric. 
1674;  B.A.  1677-8.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  1678.  Probably  V.  of 
Nether-Wallop,  Hants.,  c.  1704. 

SMEATON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Dec.  26,  1707. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1708;  B.A.  1711-2;  M.A.  1718.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Sept.  1713;  priest,  Sept.  1715.  V.  of  Melboum, 
Cambs.,  1716-22. 

SMETON, .  B.A.  1478-9;  M.A.  1482. 

SMEDLY,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  22)  at  St  John's, 
Aug.  21,  1663.  S.  of  Thomas,  deceased,  of  Howden,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  Heydon  (aWas  Hedon),  Yorks.  B.A.  1667-8. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  c.  1666-7;  priest,  June,  1667. 

SMEDLEY,  CORNELIUS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
June  15,  1665.  S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Caulk,  Derbyshire. 
B.  there.  School,  Repton.  Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1668-9. 
Master  of  Osgathorpe  School,  Leics.,  1673-1714.  Died  1714. 
WiU  (Leicester)  1714. 

SMEE,  FRANCIS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  4,   1718. 

Of  Cambridgeshire.     Matric.    1718-9;   B.A.    1721-2;    M.A. 

1725.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Feb.  1724-5.  V.  of  St  Andrew, 

Ilketshall,  Suffolk,  1727-48. 
SMEE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  18,  1714.    Of 

Cambridgeshire.    Matric.    1714;   B.A.    1717-8;   M.A.    1721. 

Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June,  1720;  priest  (London)  Feb.  18, 

1721-2. 

SMEGREGYLL  or  SMYGRELL,  ADAM.  B.A.  1515-6. 

SMELT,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1628;  B.A.  1631-2. 

SMELT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  11  (or 
May  u),  1639.  2nd  s.  of  Matthew  (1610),  gent.,  of  Kirkby 
Fleetham,  Richmonds., Yorks.  B.  there.  Bapt.  Nov.  15,  1622, 
at  Thornton  Watlass.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1639;  B.A. 
1644-5;  M.A.  1648;  B.D.  1655.  Fellow,  1647.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  July  1,  1644.  Probably  V.  of  Boynton  with 
Camaby,  Yorks.,  1663-7.  Brother  of  Leonard  (1637)  and 
Matthew  (1639),  father  of  Thomas  (1663).  {Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1663.) 

SMELT,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Sept.  23, 
1674.  2nd  s.  of  Leonard  (1637).  B.  at  Kirkby  Fleetham. 
School,  Northallerton  (Mr  Thomas  Smelt).  Matric.  1674. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  6,  1675.  Brother  of  Leonard  (1674). 
{Peile,  u.  55-6.) 

SMELT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Sidney,  May  26,  1744. 
S.  of  Luke  (1702),  V.  of  Lastingham,  Yorks.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Kirby,  Yorks.  and  Thornton.  Matric.  1744;  B.A. 
1747-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln,  Lift.  dim.  from  London)  Mar. 
4;  priest,  Mar.  19,  1747-8. 

SMELT,  LEONARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1614. 
Of  Richmondshire.  Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Leonard,  of  Kirkby 
Fleetham.  B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621.  Fellow,  1619-23. 
Buried  at  AU  Saints',  Cambridge,  Aug.  30,  1623.  Brother  of 
Richard  (1617)  and  Matthew  (1610).    {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

SMELT,  LEONARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  6, 
1637.  S.  and  h.  of  Matthew  (1610),  Esq.  B.  at  Kirkby 
Fleetham,  Yorks.  Bapt.  July  i8,  1619,  at  Thornton  Watlass. 
School,  Ripon.  Matric.  1637.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  14, 
1639.  Of  Kirkby  Fleetham,  Esq.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of 
John  WasteU,  of  Scorton,  Yorks.  Living,  1665.  Died  before 
May  6,  1675.  Father  of  the  next  and  of  John  (1674),  brother 
of  John  (1639)  and  Matthew  (1639).   {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

SMELT,  LEONARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Sept. 
23,  1674.  S.  and  h.  of  Leonard  (above),  of  Kirkby  Fleetham. 
B.  there.  School,  Northallerton  (Mr  Thomas  Smelt).  Matric. 
1674.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  6,  1675.  Of  Kirkby  Fleetham. 
(Apparently  not  the  M.P.  for  Northallerton  as  stated  by 
Peile.)  Married  Grace,  dau.  of  Sir  William  Frankland,  of 
Thirkleby.  Died  1710.  Brother  of  John  (1674)  and  father 
of  the  next.  {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665;  Peile,  11.  55;  Genealogist, 
N.S.,  vii.  98.) 

SMELT,  LEONARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  Aug.  27,  1700. 
Of  Yorkshire.  S.  of  Leonard  (above),  of  Kirkby  Fleetham. 
M.P.  for  Thirsk,  1709-10;  for  Northallerton,  1713-40.  Clerk 
to  the  Ordnance,  1733-40.  Died  May  30,  1740.  (Ingledew, 
Northallerton,  138;  A.  Gray;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 


Smethe,  Simon 

SMELT,  LUKE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June  8,  1660. 
S.  of  Thomas  (1629),  schoolmaster.  B.  at  Danby,  Yorks. 
School,  Northallerton  (under  his  father).  Matric.  1660;  B.A. 
1663-4.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1664;  priest,  June,  1667. 
R.  of  Easingwold,  Yorks.,  1668-9.  R.  of  Welbury,  1669-90. 
R.  of  Burythorpe,  till  1720.  Died  Dec.  1720.  Brother  of 
Thomas  (1664)  and  father  of  the  next.   {Peile,  l.  591.) 

SMELT,  LUKE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  May  23,  1702. 
S.  of  Luke  (above),  R.  of  Welbury,  Yorks.  School,  Coxwold. 
Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1705-6.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Jan.  1705-6; 
priest,  1708.  V.  of  Lastingham,  Yorks.,  1709.  Died  1770. 
Father  of  John  (1744). 

SMELT,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1610. 
Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Leonard,  of  Kirkby  Fleetham,  Yorks., 
gent.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  13,  1613.  Of  Kirkby  Fleet- 
ham, Esq.  Married  Alice,  dau.  of  John  Dodsworth,  of 
Thornton  Watlass,  Dec.  9,  1617.  Died  Sept  22,  1652,  aged 
59.  M.I.  at  Kirkby  Fleetham.  Brotherof  Leonard  (1614)  and 
Richard  (1617),  father  of  Leonard  (1637),  Matthew  (1639) 
and  John  (1639).   {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

SMELT,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 
or  May  ir,  1639.  3rds.  of  Matthew  (above),  gent.,  of  Kirkby 
Fleetham,  Richmonds.  B.  there.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric. 
1639;  B.A.  1646;  M.A.  1650.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  July  i, 
1644.  Died  unmarried.  Brother  of  John  (1639)  and  Leonard 
(1637).  {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

SMELT,  MAURICE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse,  May  8, 
1732.  Of  Yorkshire.  School,  Coxwold.  Matric.  1732; 
Scholar,  1732;  B.A.  1735-6;  M.A.  1739.  V.  of  West  Wittering, 
Sussex,  1739-93.  V.  of  Donnington,  1751-93.  Died  1793. 
WiU  (P.C.C.)  1793. 

SMELT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  May  27,  1617. 
3rd  s.  of  Leonard,  of  Kirkby  Fleetham,  Yorks.  Matric.  1617; 
B.A.  1620;  M.A.  1624.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1624;  priest, 
Mar.  1624-5.  Preb.  of  York,  1625-40.  R.  of  Easington-in- 
Cleveland,  1640-66.  Died  i666.  Brother  of  Matthew  (1610) 
and  Leonard  (1614),  father  of  William  (1648).  {T.  A .  Walker; 
Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

SMELT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  c.  1589. 
Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Richmond,  Yorks.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  6,  1594-5.  {Genealogist,  N.S.,  xxxiii.  27.) 

SMELT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Sidney,  Oct.  15,  1605. 
Probably  of  Ainderby  Myers,  Yorks.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Oct.  26,  1614,  from  Barnard's  Inn. 

SMELT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1629; 
B.A.  1632-3.  Probably  master  of  Danby  Wiske  School, 
Yorks.;  afterwards  Head  Master  of  Northallerton  School, 
1652.  V.  of  North  Otterington,  i66i-86.  Buried  at  North- 
allerton, Nov.  19,  1686.  Father  of  Thomas  (1664)  and  Luke 
(1660).   (Ingledew,  Northallerton,  197;  Peile,  i.  610.) 

SMELT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  June  5, 

1663.  S.  of  John  (1639).  B.  at  Kirkby  Fleetham,  Yorks. 
School,  Northallerton  (Mr  Thos.  Smelt).  Matric.  1663;  B.A. 
1666.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  22;  priest,  Dec.  20,  1668. 
C.  at  Langton,  in  1691.   {Peile,  i.  604.) 

SMELT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May  27, 

1664.  S.  of  Thomas  (1629),  schoolmaster.  B.  at  Richmond, 
Yorks.  School,  Northallerton  (under  his  father).  Matric. 
1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.  Ord.  deacon  (York);  priest, 
Sept.  1669.  Brother  of  Luke  (1660).   {Peilt;  i.  610.) 

SMELT,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  June  24, 

1726.    S.  of  Thomas.    B.  at  Stockton,   Durham.    School, 

Kirk  Leatham  (Mr  Clarke).  Matric.  1728;  M.B.  1731. 
SMELT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i8)  at  St  John's,  Nov.  15, 

1648.  S.  of  Richard  (1617),  R.  of  Easington,  Yorks.  B.  there. 

Matric.  1649. 
SMELT,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Trinity,  June  21, 

1 73 1.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Greengates,  Yorks.  School,  Sedbergh. 

Matric.  1731;  Scholar,  1734;  B.A.  1734-5;  M.A.  1738;  B.D. 

1750.    Fellow,   1737.    V.  of  Shudy  Camps,  Cambs.,  1752. 

V.  of  St  Andrew,  Enfield,  Middlesex,  1758-67.   Died  Apr.  8, 

1767.   (A.  B.  Beaven.) 
SMELTER  or  SMILTER,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)   at 

St  John's,  May  26,  1658.  S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Ecclesfield, 

Yorks.    B.  there.   School,  Sheffield  (Mr  Whitaker).    Matric. 

1658;  B.A.  1661-2;  M.A.  1669.   V.  of  St  Nicholas-at-Wade 

with  Sarre,  Kent,  1671-1700.   Died  Nov.  26,  1700,  aged  59. 

Buried  at  St  Nicholas-at-Wade,  Thanet.   (H.  G.  Harrison.) 
SMELTHE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1615; 

B.A. 1618-9;  M.A.  1622. 
SMETHE  or  SMEATH,  SIMON,    .^dm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse, 

May  27,  1617.    Of  Middlesex.    Matric.  1617;  B.A.  1620-1; 

M.A.  1624.  Fellow,  1623-36.  Perhaps  V.  of  Walkem,  Herts., 

1648;  deprived,  i66o.  Died  Jan.  6,  1679-80.   {T.  A.  Walker, 

6;  Cussans,  Herts.) 


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SMETHERS  or  SMITHERS,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus 
Christi,  Michs.  1578. 

SMETHHURST,  see  also  SMITHURST. 

SMETHURST,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  3, 
1672.  Of  Lancashire.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6.  C.  of 
Whetworth,  Lanes.  Buried  at  Rochdale,  Sept.  8,  1679. 
(E.  Axon.) 

SMETHURST,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  27,  1682. 
Of  Lancashire.  Malric.  1682;  B.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1685-6. 
Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  Dec.  19,  1686,  age  23.  Probably  buried 
at  Rochdale,  Apr.  2,  1691;  of  Balderston,  cleik. 

SMITH,  ABEL  B.A.  1563-4.  Of  Huntingdonshire.  M.A.  1567; 
B.D.  1574.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1567.  Senior  Fellow,  1580. 
Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  June  22,  1573.  R.  of  Water 
Newton,  Hunts.,  1573-80.  R.  of  Knapton,  Norfolk,  during 
1573.  University  preacher,  1577.  R.  of  Glaston,  Rutland, 
1579-84.  R.  of  Thomhaugh,  Northants.,  1581-1616.  R.  of 
Stibbington,  Hunts.,  1589-C.  1612.  Deanof  Stamford,  Lines., 
1610.  Died  1616.  Benefactor  to  Stibbington  Church. 
Probably  brother  of  Christopher  (1555). 

SMITH,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  Dens,  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  1582. 
Matric.  1582;  Scholar,  1582-6;  B.A.  1585-6. 

SMITH,  ABRAHAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Sx  John's,  c.  1596. 
B.  c.  1579.  B.A.  1600-1 ;  M.A.  1604.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1611. 
Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (York)  Oct.  6,  1604.  V.  of  Winterton, 
Lines.,  1605-21.  R.  of  West  Halton,  1612-4,  ejected.  V.  of 
Burton  Stather,  1614-26.  R.  of  Gt  Coates,  1624.  V.  of 
Grasby,  1641.  Died  1651-2.  Will  proved  (Lincoln)  Apr.  6, 
1652.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

SMITH,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Pembroke,  Jan.  23, 
i668-g.  S.  of  Henry,  weaver.  B.  at  Halifax,  Yorks.  Matric. 
1672;  B.A.  1672-3.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  June,  1672;  priest 
(Norwich)  Feb.  1675-6.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  North 
Barsham,  Norfolk,  1686-g.   Buried  1689. 

SMITH,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sx  John's,  June  24, 

1670.  S.  of  Gabriel  (?  1646),  deceased,  of  Audlem,  Cheshire. 
B.  there.  School,  Audlem. 

SMYTH,  ABRAHAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Jesus,  July  i, 

1671.  Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1676;  priest  (London)  Feb.  24, 
1677-8. 

SMITH,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinixy,  May  27, 
1728.  S.  of  James,  of  Bishop  Auckland,  Durham.  School, 
Bishop  Auckland  (Mr  Emarson).  Matric.  1728;  B.A.  1731-2. 
Ord.  deacon  (Durham)  1734;  priest,  Sept.  1735.  P.C.  of 
Escomb,  Durham,  1736.  P.C.  of  St  Andrew's,  Auckland, 
1756.  Married,  at  Coniscliffe,  May  30,  1739,  Ann  Hilton,  of 
Barnard  Castle.  Buried  at  St  Andrew's,  Auckland,  Mar.  18, 
1786.   (D.  S.  Boutflower;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

SMYTHE,  ADAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Pexerhouse,  Easter, 

1555- 
SMITH,  ADAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Sx  Catharine's,  c.  1593; 

B.A.  1596-7.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  22,  1605;  priest, 

Dec.  20,  1607.  C.  of  Kelmarsh,  Northants. 
SMITH,  AEMILIUS.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21,  1634;  'B.A. 

from  Cambridge.'    Possibly  Miles  (1630-1). 
SMITH,    ALBAN.     Matric.    sizar   from    Jesus,    Miehs.    1550. 

Protsably  2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Welboum,  Lines.;  under  age, 

in  1541.  Perhaps  brother  of  Thomas  (1550).  (Lines.  Pedigrees 

899.) 

SMITH,  ALEXANDER.  Scholar  of  Sx  John's,  1550.  Of  York- 
shire. B.A.  1553-4.  Fellow  of  Queens',  1554,  when  he 
received  tonsure  (London).  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1555. 
Probably  R.  of  Ilketshall  St  John,  Suffolk,  1579-1608.  R. 
of  Bamaby,  1582-1613.  R.  of  Thorpe-by-Haddiscoe, 
Norfolk,  1591-1613. 

SMITH,  ALTHAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Oct.  3,  1667.  Of 
Essex.  S.  of  Sir  Thomas  (1618-g),  of  Hill  Hall,  Essex,  Bart. 
Matric.  1667.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  8,  1670.  Barrister- 
at-law.  Married  (1)  Susannah  Gore;  (2)  Lucy  Garden, 
widow  of  Mark  Lane,  of  London.  Buried  at  Theydon  Mount, 
Feb.  23,  1705-6.  Brother  of  Charles  (1659)  and  Edward 
(1654).   (Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  iv.  242.) 

SMITH,  AMBROSE.  B.A.  1585  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Rutland,  pleb.  Matric.  (Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford)  Apr.  15, 
1580,  age  16;  B.A.  1583.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1588; 
'of  Withicote,  Leics.' 

SMITH,  AMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  May  19,  1693. 

SMITH,  ANDREW.   B.Civ.L.  1513-4. 

SMITH,  ANDREW.   B.A.  1520-1. 

SMITH,  ANDREW.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinixv,  Michs.  1576; 
B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584.  Perhaps  V.  of  Fulham,  Middlesex, 
1593-8,  deprived.   R.